MRCOG MSc (Res)
"It is a pleasure and a privilege to work in the Spire hospital where specialist care is provided to a local community."
I am an accredited sub-specialist in Urogynaecology since 2019, focusing on female pelvic floor disorders. My clinical interests include treatment of the primary and recurrent pelvic organ prolapse, primary and recurrent urinary incontinence, voiding dysfunction, recurrent UTI, bladder pain syndrome and pelvic mesh complications.
My clinical expertise includes addressing pelvic floor disorders from both non-surgical and surgical approaches depending on individual patient's needs.
My research focused on pelvic floor imaging in pregnancy and application of network metanalysis in effectiveness of medical therapies for overactive bladder.
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In my previous consultant post at the Liverpool Women's Hospital, I held the position of Gynaecology Safety Lead.
My research project, called the PLUSS MODEL (Pelvic Ultrasound Scanning and Mode of Delivery) at the Birmingham Women's Hospital, I investigated whether distensibility of pelvic floor muscles, measured by ultrasound scanning in the 3rd trimester predicted mode of delivery. I identified the differences in pelvic muscles performance that could be associated with delivery type. This research project helped me to understand better pelvic floor disorders after pregnancy and delivery.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Aneta Obloza at Spire include:
COVID-19 testing or antibody tests are not available as a standalone service at Spire Leicester Hospital.
MD / Collegium Medicum Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland / 2003
Doctor of Medicine
Degree given to medical doctors after graduation.
British Society of Urogynaecology (BSUG)
International Urogynecological Association (IUGA)
United Kingdom Continence Society (UKCS)
British Menopause Society (BMS)
"Mens sana in corpore sano" I strongly believe that physical activity ie sport is a vital part of my wellbeing. I, therefore, enjoy playing tennis and golf. I love the feeling of freedom and the breeze on my face whilst running, which I find very relaxing too.
I also attend personal training sessions. I understand links between metabolism, intermittent fasting and a balanced diet to encourage my body for self-healing and to serve me well for all my life. Thus, my holistic approach to practice medicine to empower women by helping them to understand and take care of their bodies, so they lead better and healthier lives.