Pelvic pain clinic
January 23, 2019
Do you suffer from chronic pelvic pain?
Dr Gangaram has been a specialist Obstetrician/Gynaecologist since 2004. He has worked in many specialist clinics in RK Khan Hospital, King Edward VIII Hospital and Inkosi Albert Luthuli Central Hospital. He is currently in private practice at Hillcrest Private Hospital.
Dr Gangaram has identified a growing need for a pelvic pain clinic that can offer holistic care to it patients which is affordable.
Due to the spectrum of pelvic pain disorders, a multidisciplinary team approach with expertise in various aspects has been his vision. Dr Gangaram has extensive knowledge and experience in management of all gynaecological causes of pelvic pain. He has a special interest in endometriosis.
Dr Gangaram works with a multidisciplinary team:
Dr Amit Kalpee– Urologist. His interests are Incontinence, painful bladder syndrome (Interstital Cystitis) and Renal Calculi.
Haley Asbury -Clinical Psychologist. She has an interest in helping people with chronic pelvic pain by cognitive-behavioral interventions directed at decreasing certain pain related cognitions, including pain related fear and pain related anxiety.
Sudha Maharaj – Physiotherapist. She has an interest in women’s health, especially chronic pelvic pain and pelvic floor dysfunction. Sudah’s approach to patients is based on a firm belief in a thorough assessment coupled with evidence-based clinical reasoning to diagnose a patient and then draw up an individual treatment protocol to effectively manage each patient.
Dr Tymara Broughton – Homeopathic Physician. To provide in-depth assessments of patients and provide alternate treatments in conjunction with existing treatments.
Dr Debbie Nel- Physician Oesophageal manometry (investigation of swallowing disorders) and Ph/impedance studies (investigation of renal disease). Dr Nel recently started doing anorectal manometry after spending time in London and the Netherlands observing international GI physiology and completing her studies. She has a special interest in bowel pathology causing pelvic pain.
The Pelvic Pain Clinic was established to provide holistic care and ongoing support to people with pelvic pain.
We aim to provide:
1. Input from a multidisciplinary team to provide a treatment plan to meet your individual needs.
2. Expert treatment for a range of conditions causing pelvic pain, eg. Endometriosis, bladder dysfunction, pelvic organ prolapse and sexual dysfunction, just to mention a few.
3. The Clinic aims to establish links with local and international organizations to increase knowledge, support and provide and evidence-based approach to patient care.
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