Canberra Urology & Gynaecology Clinic
Dr Omar Gailani, a Canberra Obstetrician & Gynaecologist has joined Dr Ahmad Saadi Al-Sameraaii, a Canberra based Urologist to form Canberra Urology & Gynaecology Clinic
Canberra Urology & Gynaecology Clinic is a state-of-the-art private clinic dedicated to the diagnosis and management of a range of urogynecological and pelvic floor disorders.
Both surgeons have well established private practices over the past decade, now, Canberra Urology & Gynaecology Clinic is a centre of excellence for women's health,
The clinic’s focus is on the diagnosis and treatments for urogynaecology conditions that do not require surgery as well as the diagnosis and treatment of more serious conditions that may require surgery.
CANBERRA UROLOGY & GYNAECOLOGY CLINIC’S TEAM
As Canberra Urology & Gynaecology Clinic’s medical director, Dr Omar Gailani is a recognised gynaecology and pelvic floor medicine leader and is internationally accredited as a Surgeon of Excellence in Robotic Surgery who works together with a multi-disciplinary team of professionals to ensure that patients receive innovative but evidence-based care that is never biased by a single specialist's view
Our patients benefit from this unique collaboration and appreciate our holistic approach. Our mission is not only to make you well but also to help you take control of your own health, beyond treatment and for life.
CONDITIONS TREATED AT CANBERRA UROLOGY & GYNAECOLOGY CLINIC
The Canberra Urology & Gynaecology Clinic offers a unique combination of specialist services that focus on pelvic floor conditions.
There are three main conditions that Canberra Urology & Gynaecology Clinic treats. They are:
- Urinary Incontinence
- Vaginal and Urethral Prolapse
- Pelvic Floor Disease and Pain
Dr Omar Gailani and his team employ advanced technologies and treatments to
- Maximise diagnostic information
- Help with effective treatment outcomes
- Minimise patient inconvenience, and
- Avoid hospital visits where possible
- prostate enlargement
- prostatitis (inflammation of the prostate gland)
- prostate cancer.
Canberra Urology & Gynaecology Clinic employs a number of technologies and diagnostic process to enable accurate diagnosis. These include:
- Rectal examination
- PSA Pathology Test
- Magnetic resonance imaging
- Transrectal ultrasonography
- Bone scintigraphy
- An atypical small acinar proliferation
- Bladder biopsy
- Transrectal biopsy
- Transperineal biopsy