We offer advice and practical support to couples in the North of England’s Jewish community who were faced with the challenge of infertility.
Kivisi has a medical panel of specialist fertility consultants and medical practitioners who can provide comprehensive advice.
We recognise that in many cases the challenge of infertility includes the cost of treatment. We may be able to help you find grants and financial assistance can to help defray the costs of both diagnostics and treatment. Taking a holisitic approach Kivisi is here to provide as much help as possible. This includes self injection support, rigorous laboratory supervision and delicious meals for couples undergoing the challenge of treatment who quite simply do not have the time to cook. Our aim is to offer practical help to all couples and families in our communities in the best way possible.
Dr Edi-Osagie underwent basic specialist training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in the North West of England, acquiring the MRCOG in 1995. He had further specialist and research training in Reproductive Medicine and Surgery, during which time he obtained an MD for research into the structure and ultra-function of the endometrium.
He maintains specialist clinical and research interests in Reproductive Medicine and Surgery, particularly endometriosis and advanced laparoscopic surgery.
He is an accredited RCOG preceptor in advanced laparoscopic and hysteroscopic surgery. His other interests include recurrent early pregnancy loss.
Dr David Polson qualified at St. Marys, London in 1980, he held a 2 years post in Reproductive Endocrinology and pioneered the use of ultrasound in recognition of PCOS. He subsequently spent 21 years as a Consultant in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in Salford Royal and developed his interest in the investigation and management of recurrent miscarriage.
Dr Fitzgerald qualified in Manchester in 1986. She is a consultant gynaecologist and an accredited sub-specialist in reproductive medicine.
She completed her MD in 1994, researching changes to ovarian endocrinology as women age and their response to hormonal manipulation.
Mr Nysenbaum has been a Consultant Gynaecologist in Trafford since 1986. He completed his training in Manchester and at St Bartholomew’s & The Royal London Hospitals. Mr Nysenbaum’s practice includes all aspects of gynaecology including gynaecological cancer and colposcopy.
Dr Busby trained at the University of West Indies and qualified in 1996. She trained in obstetrics and gynaecology in Manchester and gained her MRCOG in 2002. She was appointed as a Consultant Gynaecologist at Saint Mary’s Hospital in 2009.
Dr Busby is the clinical lead consultant for benign gynaecology at Saint Mary’s Hospital.
She has established a tertiary service for paediatric and adolescent gynaecology in Saint Mary’s, which links with the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital to provide a more effective and robust service for these clients.
Dr Busby has a keen interest in medical education and is a member of the educational board at Saint Mary’s Hospital.
Dr Seif is the Lead Gynaecologist for the Reproductive Endocrinology Clinic and Lead Consultant for the Multi-disciplinary Menopause Service, which was founded on a team approach to managing menopausal health – particularly in women with serious co-morbidity.
Dr Seif gained his PhD from Manchester University (1989) in the biology of the endometrium. He is a lead clinician for major clinical trials such as UKCTOCS. He was a Member of the Councils of the Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists (2000-06) and has been a member of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health Care since 2005. He is a member of various professional societies, including the Editorial Board of the Cochrane Collaboration in menstrual disorder and sub-fertility group, which provides the foundation for evidence-based practice in this speciality.