The Gynaecologist Sunshine Coast Women Turn to for Expert Care and Advice

Choosing a gynaecologist to care for your most personal health needs is an important decision. As a well-respected and experienced gynaecologist Sunshine Coast women have trusted Dr. George Bogiatzis with their treatment for over seventeen years of private practice. His medical interests include infertility and laparoscopic surgery.  He offers treatment in his rooms as well as at the Buderim Private Hospital, where staff provide our patients with the best of surgical and post-operative care.

 

Your Personal Health is our Priority

At our practice, we aim to create a safe, comfortable and open environment for you to share your concerns. We encourage our clients to take an active role in making decisions regarding their healthcare and treatment.

At your consultation, Dr Bogiatzis will take a detailed history and perform an examination if required.  He will keep you informed every step of the way and provide you with the most current medical information about any procedures being undertaken.

Minor procedures can be undertaken by Dr Bogiatzis in his treatment rooms at Buderim Private Hospital. The support of our midwife is available for you at this time on Monday and Wednesdays if you would like it. Dr. Bogiatzis also works in close association with Fertility Solutions for IVF, Buderim Private Hospital, providing fertility treatments if required. See our Fertility page for more information.

 

Services available for Gynaecology (Buderim Private Hospital)

  • Laparoscopic surgery
  • Hysterectomy
  • Treatment of abnormal Pap smear
  • Endometrial ablation
  • Endometriosis
  • Menstrual disorders
  • Polycystic ovary syndrome
  • Hysteroscopy
  • Contraception
  • Vaginal prolapse
  • Ultrasound
  • IUCD

Keep Informed on Women’s Health through your Gynaecologist Sunshine Coast

You can learn more about specific gynaecological conditions, treatments available and managing your personal health at any of these informative websites. Bring a list of questions to ask Dr. Bogiatzis and he will be happy to discuss your concerns and personal options.

 

Better Health Channel (Victorian State Government)

Women’s Health Queensland (Queensland State Government)

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Association of Australia

Family Planning Queensland

 

Meet with the leading gynaecologist Sunshine Coast women trust, to discuss your personal health care needs in a warm, friendly atmosphere.

Keeping Your Pelvic Floor Fit with our Physiotherapist, Fiona Rogers

Your pelvic floor is a group of ligaments and muscles which support your bladder, uterus and bowel. This group of muscles attach to your tailbone at the back, and your pubic bone at the front of your pelvis, to support your pelvic organs. A weakness of the pelvic floor can lead to issues with incontinence or prolapse (lack of support) of your pelvic organs.

It’s important to practice pelvic floor exercises each day, to strengthen these muscles and improve any weakness that develops. You may experience a weakness of your pelvic floor due to lifestyle, weight issues, childbirth, persistent heavy lifting, repetitive straining or coughing, menopausal hormone fluctuations and simply growing older.

We are so lucky to have a wonderful physio, Fiona Rogers, joining us at our clinic. Fiona is a pelvic floor physiotherapist and can help with the common pregnancy pelvic floor/pelvic instability problems through to postnatal recovery.

Fiona is available for appointments every fortnight on Fridays.

Contact Us to book an appointment to see Fiona when she is next in. Fiona will personally assess you, and teach you the most effective exercises for your individual needs. She will provide a program of take-home exercises to practice, using different positions, to help strengthen your pelvic floor. Remember, gentle exercise, such as walking, will also help you gain strength.

Visit Fiona’s Physiotherapy Website to learn more about how she can help you strengthen and manage your pelvic floor.