David B. Redwine, MD, has been treating endometriosis since 1978. He is the medical director of the Endometriosis Treatment Program at St. Charles Medical Center, in Bend, Ore. In his practice, he focuses entirely on endometriosis.
The foundation of Redwine's approach is simple: better identification of the manifestations of the disease and meticulous removal of all diseased tissue. The goal of his work is to safely and completely remove endometriosis from the pelvis of each patient.
As a pioneer in the field, Redwine is often asked to participate in medical symposia and clinical courses concerning endometriosis. Articles detailing his work have appeared in newspapers, magazines, and medical journals in the U.S., Canada, and Europe. Clinical video tapes illustrating his techniques have been exhibited at a number of major medical conventions. Redwine has also been invited to present his work in person at many of these national and international gatherings.
Redwine has a BA from Stanford University and an MD from Baylor University. He completed post-doctoral work at Oregon Health Sciences University. Redwine is a diplomate of the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology.