Dr Tom Manley


  • Infertility, IVF and Egg Freezing
  • Advanced Minimally Invasive Pelvic Surgery
  • Endometriosis
  • PCOS
  • Obstetrics

Tom's Latest Blog Post

Young family with 3 small children walking through a field

In this blog we will explore some of the options for birth control (contraception) after having a baby. Some of the do’s and don’ts as well as some potential risks to avoid.

Dr Tom Manley




About Tom

Dr Tom Manley is a gynaecology surgeon, an infertility specialist and also an obstetrician, allowing patients the unique opportunity to continue care from fertility treatments right through to birth.

Tom is a leading surgical gynaecologist in Australia, specialising in minimally invasive surgery including single incision laparoscopic surgery. He is a senior clinician at the Monash Health Gynaecology Endosurgery Unit and is the lead surgeon in the Royal Women’s Hospital Reproductive Services Unit.

Tom is an expert in the management of endometriosis, abnormal or heavy bleeding, fibroids, ovarian cysts and polycystic ovarian syndrome.

Tom completed a 2 year fellowship in advanced pelvic surgery before training in reproductive medicine and fertility treatment at the Royal Women’s Hospital.  While completing his fellowship in reproductive biology and IVF he also completed a Masters in reproductive medicine at the University of NSW.

The extra surgical and IVF training that Tom has been privileged to do is very uncommon in the field of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

Tom is a practicing obstetrician at Cabrini Hospital in Malvern. As a pregnancy care specialist, Tom feels it is a real privilege to travel with his patients on this journey. Labour and delivery can be an intense time and Tom’s expectant mothers should expect to feel completely safe through this experience.

Create Health would be delighted to assist your patients with any gynaecological, fertility and obstetric needs. We are able to prioritise urgent referrals.

Memberships and associations

Australasian Gynaecology Endoscopic Society (AGES)