He is one of very few surgeons worldwide who has formal training in Neuropelveology, which enables him to offer treatments to those patients where pelvic nerves are affected either by endometriosis or other pathologies. He is currently the honorary secretary of the International Society of Neuropelveology (ISON).
He also sees and treats women with other benign gynaecological conditions such as heavy menstrual bleeding, ovarian cysts and menstrual disorders.
He is also an NHS Consultant at Ashford and St Peter’s Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (ASPH) in Surrey. ASPH has a long history in treatment of severe endometriosis for many years and was one of the first few centres accredited for treatment of sever endometriosis by the British Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy (BSGE). In 2012 Mr Khazali co-founded CEMIG (Centre for Endometriosis and Minimally Invasive Gynaecology) at ASPH, which has been one of the busiest accredited centres for treatment of severe endometriosis in the UK. In 2018 and again in 2019, CEMIG treated more patients than any other accredited endometriosis centre in the UK, making it the busiest BSGE centre