Pelvic Pain


Pelvic Pain

Dr.Ganu has keen interest in endometriosis and pelvic pain. She works along with the team of the Adelaide Pelvic Pain Network. (https://www.adelaidepelvicpainnetwork.org/) She has extensive experience with patients in chronic pain due to a range of different conditions including, period pain (dysmenorrhoea), abdominal cramping, diarrhoea / constipation, bladder pain, leg pain, buttock pain, lower back pain, headaches, migraine and more. These problematic symptoms, can occur under the umbrella of ‘Chronic Pelvic Pain’. She is a highly experienced laparoscopic surgeon, if surgical intervention is required. However as part of your ongoing holistic care, she also collaborates with a team of physiotherapists, a dietician and psychologists with a special interest in pelvic pain to help support you on your road to a pain free life.

The Pelvic Pain Foundation Australia website at www.pelvicpain.org.au has a wide range of information for girls, women and men with pelvic pain. We know it can be difficult to get the information you need about pelvic pain so please feel free to download and read the free 2017 copy of the booklet below so Dr. Ganu can answer any questions you may have at the time of consultation and work together with you on an individualised management plan.

If you find the booklet useful, you are free to send it the link on. Download the free e-booklet here:
http://www.drsusanevans.com.au/wp-content/uploads/Pelvic-Pain-Booklet-2017-copy.pdf