Dr Gailani is a Gynaecologist at the Equinox Centre in Deakin. He is the Co-Director of the Canberra Urology and Gynaecological Centre with Dr Al-Sameraaii (Urologist).
Experience has taught us that almost always Chronic Pelvic Pain has more than one cause, further Chronic Pelvic Pain can involve several body systems, including the:
A Pelvic Pain Specialist possesses a broad knowledge and experience required to provide you with an accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment.
While some gynecologists have practices focusing on the Pelvic Pain syndrome, our Chronic Pelvic Pain Clinic offers an integrated team of specialists that include:
Colposcopy is a procedure in which a special magnifying instrument called a colposcope is used to look into the vagina and into the cervix. The colposcope gives an enlarged view of the outer portion of the cervix. Colposcopy is done when there are abnormal changes in the cells of the cervix as seen on a Pap test. Further, it may be done to assess problems such as genital warts on the cervix, inflammation of the cervix, benign growths or polyps, pain and bleeding.
Faecal Incontinence or Fecal Urgency
Faecal urgency occurs when the arrival of faeces in the rectum causes strong contractions and unexpected anal relaxation.
Conservative Management of Prolapse
Pelvic organ prolapse is common, and some degree of prolapse is seen in 50% of women who have given birth.
Frequent Night Visits to Toilet
One in three adults over the age of 30 make at least two trips to the bathroom every night.