Roni is able to offer you care that is based on extensive experience working alongside renowned Australian surgeons.

 

She is one of only a handful of gynaecological surgeons Australia-wide who can offer single-incision surgery. Roni can provide you with the care that you deserve.

Specialising Areas:

Hysteroscopic Surgery

 

This involves inserting a narrow telescope (hysteroscope) into the uterus via the vagina and cervix. It allows for the examination of the lining of the uterus and can also be used to treat polyps, fibroids or for treatment of heavy bleeding.

 

Treatments include ablation, resection of fibroids or septae and adhesion management.

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Hysteroscopic Surgery

Advanced Laparoscopic 
Surgery

 

Laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery involves inserting a telescope into the patient’s umbilicus (belly button) through a small incision. A further 1-3 incisions may be
required to complete the surgery. These include ovarian cyst surgery, hysterectomy, myomectomy and complex endometriosis surgery.
The advantages of laparoscopic surgery cannot be understated, with shorter hospital stays, many patients able to go home on the day, less pain, faster recovery, reduced risk of infection and improved cosmesis.

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Advanced Laparoscopic
Surgery

Single Incision

Laparoscopic Surgery

 

In select patients, their laparoscopic surgery can be performed by making a single
1.5cm in their umbilicus. This can result in an even better cosmetic outcome than for traditional laparoscopy as the scar can be hidden in the folds of the umbilicus.

 

The reduced port number may
also result in reduced post-operative pain.

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Single Incision
Laparoscopic Surgery

Colposcopy

 

Colposcopy is used to further investigate an abnormal cervical screen test result. It involves a thorough examination of the cervix using a microscope (colposcope).

 

In some cases, abnormal cells will be visible and a small biopsy may be taken to determine if further treatment is needed. After a biopsy, there may be some light
bleeding or discharge and it is important not to use tampons and avoid intercourse for a week.

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Colposcopy

Other Treatments

 

If you have any other concerns, please contact Roni to discuss a customised treatement plan for you.

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Other Treatments