As a Specialist Gynaecologist based in Sydney with more than 20 years’ experience, I provide individualised care for a range of issues women struggle with. Most importantly, I make it a priority to talk to you in a language that avoids medical jargon.
It can be an anxious time when you’re experiencing symptoms and you’re not sure what’s wrong. First and foremost, I’ll listen to your story to gain an in-depth understanding of what’s been happening. My focus is to support you on your treatment journey to give you peace of mind and the confidence that you’re in good hands.
Problems related to menstrual periods or monthly periods can impact your quality of life and cause ongoing issues. Many women put up with a variety of symptoms without discussing it with their GP or a gynaecologist.
You may feel nervous about seeing a gynaecologist, which is understandable. As a Specialist with a compassionate and understanding approach, I’ll take the time to listen to you and address any concerns you may have.
Endometriosis is a condition affecting 10% of women causing pelvic pain and difficulty getting pregnant. The good news is that endometriosis can be treated and there are several treatment options.
It’s not always easy to reach out for help, especially when it concerns issues that are quite personal and intimate. My priority is to make you feel heard and listened to so we can talk about the challenges you’re facing and the best treatment options for your particular situation.
Menopause is a normal stage in life but can cause of a range of problems that disrupt women’s daily lives. Whether it’s hot flushes, night sweats or trouble sleeping, seeking professional help is the first step.
My priority is to create a safe and supportive environment where you feel at ease to talk about your challenges dealing with menopause. You’re not the only one and there are different treatment options to improve your quality of life.
An intrauterine device or IUD is a small T-shaped device that’s placed in the uterus or womb to prevent pregnancy or control heavy periods. It’s an alternative to the contraceptive pill.
Understanding what IUDs are, how they work and knowing the pros and cons is important before making a decision. I’ll sit down with you to explain your options and how they can benefit you.
Ovarian cysts are fluid-filled sacs in the ovary that are commonly picked up on pelvic ultrasounds. There are many types of cysts affecting the ovaries but most of them are no cause for concern.
Most ovarian cysts aren’t cancerous and don’t require surgery. If you’ve been referred to us because of ovarian cysts, I’ll help you understand what ovarian cysts are and explain if treatment is needed.