Personalised Medical Care
Women’s Health | An Individual Approach
Situated on the border of Upper Mt Gravatt and Wishart out GPs are dedicated to understanding and treating the special needs of women. We provide targeted care for women of all ages with a focus on education so our patients take an active role in the management of their health care.
With so many options available to you, we understand that navigating your way through common to complex health issues can be overwhelming. That is why our doctors want to make it as easy as possible by providing expert knowledge and guidance throughout the entire process. Our caring female and male doctors ensure your individual needs are being met and that you feel comfortable every step of the way.
We can help with a range of women’s health issues ranging from but not limited to:
- PMT management
- Sexual health
- Cervical Screening Test (Pap smears)
- Family planning and Contraception
- Implanon – insertion and removal
- Pre-pregnancy counselling
- Antenatal care with Mater Mothers Hospital
- Post pregnancy care
- Menopause advice
- Healthy ageing
- General health and well-being
- Vaccinations for the prevention of cervical cancer
- Reminder and recall system in place
Please call Reydon Street Medical Centre on 07 3216 8500 or make an enquiry via our online contact page for more information about the services we provide.
Make an appointment with a Lady Doctor in Mt Gravatt today.
If you prefer to see a female doctor to discuss your personal medical and health issues we have plenty of availability. It is easy to book online to see Dr Karen Shepherd or Dr Annette Kortlucke 24 hours a day. Alternatively, call our friendly team on 07 3216 8500 and simply specify that you would prefer a consultation with a female doctor.
We also have our male doctor Dr. Paul Colbrook available for appointment on any aspect of family practice.
Do you want to know a little more about women’s health? Whether its fact sheets for specific conditions, podcasts, or receipes the Jean Hailes is a well respected organisation. You will find a wealth of resources providing valuable advice on a wide range of women’s health topics on their website (and men can learn a thing or two too!).
The Australian Menopause Society (AMS) provides a range of educational material and resources on midlife and the menopause for the benefit of women. Access the AMS health information fact sheets and videos to get reliable information on what menopause is, how it might affect you and how to choose safe and effective treatment options. .
Learn more about how to prevent osteoporosis from the Osteoporosis Australia website which has articles on calcium, vitamin D and exercise. If you want to go further in understanding your risk factors for osteoporosis check the link https://www.osteoporosis.org.au/risk-factors.
You can also calculate your risk using the Know Your Bones tool.