Your Gynaecology Concerns

Comprehensive care to address and manage gynaecology concerns for women of all ages.

How We Manage

Your Gynaecology Concerns

Your health makes a big impact on how you live your life, so it’s only natural that you may have some concerns. And, as women, we’re often more comfortable discussing gynaecology concerns with other women.

As a clinic specialising in women’s reproductive health, we understand the various types of health issues or reproductive complications that can arise during your lifetime. 

Our goal is to create a safe, nurturing environment where you feel comfortable discussing any issues, any topics, and asking any questions you might have about your health.

Whatever Your Gynaecology Concerns Are

We're Here To Help


A colposcopy examines your cervix to detect any abnormalities, such as abnormal results from a cervical screening test, or you’ve noticed a strange lump on your vagina or cervix.


A small, flexible rod about the size of a matchstick that’s inserted just under the skin on the underside of your arm. It slowly releases a progestogen hormone into your bloodstream, and can prevent pregnancy for up to 3 years.


Endometriosis will affect 1 in 9 women by the time they reach their 40s. Dr Nathan can provide you with options for management and treatment of this uncomfortable condition.

Heavy Period & Menstruation

Also known as menorrhagia, abnormally heavy and sustained bleeding during your period can have a big impact on your quality of life.


Whether a partial or a total hysterectomy, we provide you with a treatment plan that outlines which procedure is right for your situation.

Iud Insertion And Removal

An IUD is an intrauterine contraceptive device to help prevent pregnancy. We specialise in safe IUD insertion and removal.


A type of keyhole surgery, this low-risk, minimally-invasive procedure is used when we need to examine the organs inside your abdomen.


Menopause signals the start of a new stage of your life. We can help guide you on your journey through the physical and emotional changes that come along with it.

Pelvic Pain

Pelvic pain can happen for any number of reasons. Dr Nathan will provide you with careful diagnosis and a personalised treatment plan for your specific condition.

Pelvic/vaginal Prolapse

We help you manage situations where you’re experiencing a pelvic or vaginal prolapse, and provide surgery to restore your vagina or pelvic organs back to their positions.

Polyps, Fibroids, And Cysts

We help you manage the pain involved with these conditions, and provide guidance, support, and care during your treatment process.

Sti Testing & Care

We provide simple, confidential testing to detect any sexually transmitted infections, and can talk you through a treatment plan to help you move forward.

We're on this journey with you.

Get in touch today to book your consultation.

Booking Your
Gynaecology Consultation

We know that these things can weigh on your mind, so it’s important to speak to someone about your gynaecology concerns.

That’s where we can help. Get in touch with our clinic to book in for a gynaecology consultation with Dr Nathan.

Dr Nathan will talk with you to understand your specific situation, discuss both your medical and menstrual history, current medications, and discuss your symptoms. She will then arrange for any testing that may be needed, and explain your condition so you understand exactly what’s going on, and why. Then she will start you on your management path, and advise on any further appointments or specialist consultations that may be needed.

Will I
Need Surgery?

Depending on your presenting symptoms the results of your test, some conditions can require further investigation. While treatment for most cases doesn’t involve surgery, some conditions can require a surgery procedure to take place.

If this is the case, we will contact you and bring you in for a follow-up gynaecology consultation. Dr Nathan will discuss the procedure required, walk you through all your options, and discuss an appropriate management plan with you.

We’ll keep you aware and informed of all the information you need to know, so you can make the best choice for your body, and your health.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What should I bring to my appointment?

Please bring a referral (if required), your medicare card and private health insurance details, and any previous results for pathology or ultrasound.

If you’re able to fax, email, or send in your referral and other information ahead of time, this will help us to get to know a bit about you first, and will make your initial consultation much more specific to your needs.

What if I have my period on the day of my appointment?

This depends on whether your appointment is for a gynaecology consultation or a procedure. As a courtesy, we prefer if you notify us ahead of time if you have your period. We can then tell you the best course of action. This may mean we’ll need to reschedule your appointment to another day.

For a colposcopy it’s always best to view your cervix when you’re not bleeding.

If you’re not sure whether or not bleeding is due to your period, please call our offices to discuss your situation.

Can I have my IUD inserted at my appointment?

Depending on your circumstances, and if it’s suitable for your situation, Dr Nathan can perform an IUD insertion in the rooms. If preferred, or for patients who haven’t had a previous vaginal birth, we can book you in for a day procedure.

We’ll send you information prior to your visit in preparation for your IUD insertion.

The best time for insertion of an IUD is during the first 5 days of your cycle.

Give us a call at reception, and speak with Justine or Sally to discuss any specific questions you might have.

What is your COVID Policy?

The advice on COVID-19 is changing constantly, so we will update you on our social media pages as new advice comes through.

Our current COVID-safe plan includes:

  • Asking patients if they have any flu-like symptoms or have been in contact with anyone who has COVID-19 to please reschedule their appointment.
  • Temperature check on arrival to the clinic.
  • Our staff regularly clean and sanitise all surfaces and wear PPE.
  • We also offer Telehealth appointments where suitable.

Currently we ask our patients to please wait in their car, and we call you in when we’re ready for your appointment, in order to minimise the number of people in our waiting room.

Book Your Gynaecology Appointment

Get in touch with us to book a consultation at a time and clinic that suits you. Either give us a call on the number below, or send us a message with your details and we’ll get back to you to confirm your appointment.

(03) 9527 9000
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