What is a urgoynaecologist?
A Urogynaecologist is a doctor who has completed training in obstetrics and gynaecology but has gone on to complete an additional three-year fellowship dedicated to pelvic floor problems. The urogynaecology fellowship provides the best training in Australia to treat complex problems such as pelvic organ prolapse and female urinary incontinence.
Why choose Dr Alexander?
Dr Alexander has performed consultations, investigations and surgeries for pelvic floor and gynaecological conditions every working day for over ten years. He is a sub-specialist urogynaecologist which means when it comes to your pelvic floor, you are receiving a doctor who has undergone the highest level of training in Australia.
Will I need an operation?
What is Dr Alexander's Approach?
Every patient has a different story and Dr Alexander will want to get to know you to determine the best options available to you. He understands that what might be best for one patient may not be best for you! Often, non-surgical and surgical options will be available and Dr Alexander will always explain why he recommends one or the other.
Dr Alexander always wants to get to know you before making any recommendations. He works to make sure you get the best outcome for you. This means providing you with holistic care that aims to meet your goals and expectations. He ensures you receive excellent advice by staying up to date with the latest evidence and research.
Do I need a referral to see Dr Alexander?
I have chosen to have surgery. What do I need to do to prepare for it?
You can make an appointment to see Dr Alexander without a referral, but to receive a medicare rebate, you will require a referral from another doctor.
Where can I see Dr Alexander?
Surgery can feel scary but Dr Alexander will provide information about what to do and what to expect. If you have any questions, please call the rooms and Dr Alexander will help clarify any questions or concerns that you may have.
Dr Alexander has rooms conveniently located in St Leonards (North Shore Private Hospital) and Wahroonga (SAN Parkway- opposite the SAN).