In conjunction with Ramsay Health Care, Pain Specialists Australia would like to invite you to a free webinar on pelvic pain.
Pelvic pain is a complex condition that is not often discussed, although it can affect up to 1 in 5 women and 1 in 12 men during their lifetime and can significantly impact quality of life.
Join Pain Specialists Australia to hear from a multi-disciplinary team of experts experienced in pelvic pain – they’ll be exploring causes, diagnosis, and various treatment options. The aim of this webinar is to give you the confidence to speak up, seek help and how best to get back on track.
This webinar is presented to you by Frances Perry House, The Avenue Hospital & Warringal Private Hospital.
Date: Wednesday, 24 November 2021
Time: 7pm (AEST)
RSVP: 24 November 2021
This is a free and accessible webinar. Registrations are limited and will be taken till one day before the event, so get in fast. Click the link below and follow the instructions to register for the Zoom meeting.
Dr Nick Christelis
Dr Nick Christelis is medical director and co-founder of Pain Specialists Australia, a multidisciplinary pain clinic, that provides holistic, relief, care and treatments for individuals suffering from ongoing pain. The team utilise cutting-edge pain-intervention technology and draw from extensive anaesthetic and pain-specialist experience to support people to manage their pain and regain their quality of life.
Pain Specialists Australia was founded on the single belief that no one should suffer from pain.
Dr Rajiv Chawla
Dr Rajiv Chawla is a compassionate pain specialist with clinical expertise in pelvic pain, having set up and led the pelvic pain clinic at the Walton Centre in the UK for over 10 years. Dr Chawla has a proven ability to listen, assess, investigate your pain, and take appropriate decisions to formulate a comprehensive treatment plan. He thrives on making meaningful changes to his patients’ lives by reducing pain and pain-related disability and distress.
Dr Claudia Cheng
Dr Claudia Cheng is an Advanced Laparoscopic Surgeon and Gynaecologist. She has special interest in treating women with endometriosis and pelvic pain. To manage persistent pelvic pain, Dr Claudia Cheng is mindful that it requires understanding, attentiveness to details, comprehensive history taking and plenty of empathy. Treatment options need to be holistic and it is vital that the patient is actively involved in the decision making. Dr Claudia Cheng provides holistic and advanced gynaecological assessments and surgical care for the Frances Perry House Pelvic Pain Service.
A/Prof Susan Evans
A/Prof Susan Evans is a Gynaecologist and Pain Physician from Adelaide. She is author of the book ‘Endometriosis and Pelvic Pain’, Chair of the Pelvic Pain Foundation of Australia, author of the book ‘Endometriosis and Pelvic Pain’ and Co-Founder of the Periods, Pain and Endometriosis (PPEP-Talk) Program which is being rolled out to Australian schools nationally. Susan has a PhD in the role of the neuroimmune system in female pelvic pain, and is the director of Alyra Biotech Pty Ltd. She’s passionate about improving the lives of women with pelvic pain, with solutions that suit both sides of the consultation desk.