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Highly skilled and expert gynaecologists in Melbourne
Gynaecology is women’s health medicine, and more specifically the health of the reproductive system, and any concerns that are affecting it. These issues are often sensitive, sometimes painful and may be stressful, and we know they can have a significant impact on a woman’s life and wellbeing.
The experienced gynaecologists at Create Health are caring and supportive and we understand what you are feeling and experiencing. It is our priority to keep you well-informed and supported so you feel confident in the decisions you make about your health. It is our job to restore your quality of life and happiness, and we are here to help.
Some women may experience complex gynaecological conditions with pelvic and/or bowel pain, heavy or abnormal periods, urinary incontinence and bladder issues.
Many women come to Create Health following a specific diagnosis of endometriosis, fibroids, ovarian cysts, polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), infertility, prolapse, and cervical screening.
Contraception and pre-conception health are also common issues our gynaecologists can assist with.
If you are not sure what to do and you are concerned about your health or are living with pain and discomfort, it is important to see your GP and consider a referral to a specialist gynaecologist.
Gynaecology appointments across Victoria
Create Health’s highly skilled gynaecologists offer private gynaecology services across Melbourne and regional Victoria. We strongly believe women benefit from the wide range of expertise and collaboration our gynaecological team provides.
If gynaecological surgery is required, Create Health has some of Australia’s most skilled and sought-after surgeons as well as the benefits of the group knowledge and expertise. Create Health gynaecologists offer minimally invasive treatment including single incision procedures and robotic surgery through to the most complex surgeries associated with endometriosis and fibroids.