Center for Specialized Gynecologic Surgery

Welcome to our minimally invasive gynecologic surgery practice! Our goal is to provide the highest quality care for women with gynecologic conditions using the latest minimally invasive techniques. Our team is dedicated to providing personalized care to each patient, ensuring that you receive the best possible outcome. 

How can we help?

We treat a range of gynecologic conditions

Endometriosis – This is a condition in which the tissue that normally lines the uterus grows outside of it, causing pain and other symptoms.  Fibroids – These are noncancerous growths in the uterus that can cause heavy bleeding and pain.  Ovarian cysts – These are fluid-filled sacs that develop on the ovaries and can cause pain and other symptoms.  Abnormal uterine bleeding – This is a condition in which a woman experiences heavy or irregular periods.  Pelvic organ prolapse – This is a condition in which the pelvic organs, such as the uterus, bladder, or rectum, protrude into the vagina.  – This is a condition where the cervix is unable to hold the pregnancy resulting in fetal loss or very premature delivery. A laparoscopic cerclage placement is a very effective treatment option for this condition.

Lets make it easy

Traveling to Iceland

The Reykjavík Center for Specialized Surgery (Klíníkin in Icelandic) is a private hospital facility located centrally in Reykjavík, Iceland. It is about 5-minute drive from downtown and about 45 minutes from the international airport (KEF). The facility offers a variety of surgical services including orthopedic surgery, plastic surgery, general surgery, bariatric surgery, colorectal surgery and gynecologic surgery. Conveniently, Hotel Island is in the same building, and many of our patients elect to stay there during their visit.  

Our Specialist

Dr. Einarsson

Dr. Jon I Einarsson MD PhD MPH is a Professor at Harvard Medical School and the Founder of the Division of Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery (MIGS) at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. He is the past President of the AAGL, the largest international organization in MIGS and a current board member of the European Society of Gynecologic Endoscopy (ESGE). He has published over 200 peer reviewed articles and abstracts and is the author of a textbook in the field. He has given over 200 lectures, live telesurgeries and keynote addresses in 5 continents. Dr. Einarsson is also an innovator with several granted and pending patents and has also pioneered surgical techniques that are now standard of care, such as the use of barbed suture in laparoscopic surgery.

A native of Iceland, he established a private practice at the Reykjavík Center for Specialized Surgery in 2021 that is focused on offering advanced surgical options for benign gynecologic conditions. Among the procedures offered are laparoscopic hysterectomy, laparoscopic myomectomy, laparoscopic excision of endometriosis, laparoscopic cerclage for cervical incompetence and neuropelveology procedures. He also continues to practice part time at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. Dr. Einarsson is specialized in complex gynecologic surgery and is almost always able to offer patients a minimally invasive option when patients were told their procedure could only be done through a large incision (laparotomy).

Knowlegede is power

Patient Education

Information after laparoscopic surgery

Information after laparoscopic surgery

General information Incisions Your surgery was performed through small incisions on the abdomen and the incisions are closed with sutures…

Recovery after laparoscopic surgery

Recovery after laparoscopic surgery

How is the Recovery?  The recovery time after laparoscopic surgery can vary depending on the type and extent of the…

Botox and pelvic floor disfunction

Botox and pelvic floor disfunction

How does botox help with pelvic floor dysfunction?  Botox (Botulinum Toxin) injections are a treatment option for pelvic floor dysfunction…


Frequently Asked Questions

If there you have fever or there is pus coming from the incision then you will need antibiotics. If not, please watch the incision for 1-2 days. If the redness and pain increases then please let your physician know.

This is normal. The sutures will dissolve in the next 4-6 weeks and there is no need to remove them.

No, leave the glue there until it is about to fall off like dead skin

Yes, it is normal to have some light spotting on and off for the next 6-8 weeks after a hysterectomy. There are sutures at the top of the vagina that may cause some irritation as they are slowly dissolving. If you have vaginal bleeding that is like a period or more, this is not normal and you should contact a physician.

Please avoid immersion in water for the first 2 weeks after surgery. You can take a shower right away.

It is best to listen to your body; if it hurts, don‘t do it is the rule. Generally, patients resume exercise at around 3 weeks after surgery.

Why choose us?

Professional and profound experience


Highly Experienced in the Medical Field, providing Skilled and Professional Care.


Providing Nurturing Trust and Well-being through out your Stay.


Pioneering Healthcare with Innovative Solutions, Compassionate Care, and Dedicated Research for the Best Outcome.


Ensuring Confidence and Comfort for Every Patient Journey.