During our live webinar, we aim to shed some light on this common gynaecological condition, which affects 1 in 10 women. If you or someone you know would like to know more about endometriosis, please join us and hear from our experts at this live webinar on Wednesday, 21 April at 7pm.
- Definition of endometriosis - its symptoms, risk factors and how to diagnose it.
- Management of endometriosis - medical and surgical.
- Fertility and endometriosis - is there an impact and what can be done?
- Pelvic floor physiotherapy and its role in treating pain related to endometriosis.
Dr Amani Harris
Dr Amani Harris is an obstetrician, gynaecologist, fertility specialist and advanced laparoscopic surgeon working in the Sutherland Shire. She provides specialist care in endometriosis, laparoscopic surgery including hysterectomy, fibroid surgery such as myomectomy, single incision laparoscopic surgery (SILS) and hysteroscopic surgery. She is actively involved in teaching and research and an honorary lecturer with The University of New South Wales. She completed a Master of Advanced gynaecological Surgery during her fellowship year in Sydney West Advanced Pelvic Surgery. She has published numerous papers relating to endometriosis, considering its impacts on pain and infertility, as well as the molecular basis of fibroids and reduced endometrial receptivity.
Tamara is an experienced women’s health and musculoskeletal physiotherapist and Director of The Physiotherapy Clinic in Woolooware. Tamara treats a range of conditions including pelvic organ prolapse, stress urinary incontinence, and pelvic girdle pain. Her passion lies in both birth preparation for pregnant women and also treating women with pelvic pain (often related to endometriosis). Her approach is to consider and treat the whole body at the same time as the pelvic floor itself. Tamara also teaches courses on Diastasis and the abdominal wall and a birth preparation course for women called Born Ready.
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