Level 12, 97/99 Bathurst St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
99 Bathurst Street Sydney NS
Physiotherapist, Doctor, Health
1300 722 206
Monday 7:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Tuesday 7:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Wednesday 7:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Thursday 7:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Friday 7:30 AM – 6:00 PM
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Womens Health Australia - WHRIA
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shi poopi said 3 years ago
I can't speak for the other doctors in this establishment but I had an appointment with Yasmin Tan. I will not be returning. The appointment and consultation was too rushed. The doctor did not care to answer most of my questions or explain my condition/ predicament in great detail. The doctor appeared to know what she was talking about from a medical stand point -- but it's the kind of appointment where you just get the impression that this doctor does not care about you or your well being.
Colleen said 4 years ago
I saw Professor Thierry Vancaillie at WHRIA. I had had surgery, radiation and medication. Sometimes you wonder if the treatments are worse than the disease (!) because I ended up with a condition as a result of this process. Thankfully, due to having a great GP, this was diagnosed early and addressed. I was referred to Professor Vancaillie. I really liked that he understood my anxiety of this new development after 5 years of cancer treatments. It really took a load off my mind to feel I was being heard and understood. He treated this condition and I have not had issues since.
Cate Walton said 4 years ago
I had my first consult with Prof. Vancaillie in September regarding having a tvt mesh sling removed. I felt so relieved finding such a compassionate, knowledgable surgeon and shall be going ahead to have it removed. I found all the staff to be very kind and helpful. HIs consult was thorough, and I am very grateful I found him.
Ashar Salia said 4 years ago
I have been here on several occasions and seen a variety of practitioners. The Dr’s at WHRIA are professional, thorough, personable and most importantly current with their knowledge. I have no hesitations in highly recommending this team.
Catherine Aurubind said 4 years ago
WHRIA is the first clinic of it's kind in Australia. Treating women with un-diagnosed chronic pelvic pain. In 2004, following a hysterectomy I was left with the most excruciating, horrendous pain imaginable. Passed from doctor to doctor with no answers to my problem, until I found WHRIA. Traveled from WA to Sydney many times for treatment. Without this group of dedicated professionals I wouldn't have found the answer nor would I be where I am today. Diagnosed with having a severe entrapment of the Pudendal Nerve. (PNE) Bringing together Conventional & Alternative Medicine is the way forward.
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