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Please find below patient information on many of the procedures and surgeries that Dr Marshall commonly performs.  Please remember that these are general notes and your particular procedure or surgery will be individualised according to your particular problems and circumstances.  At your consultation he will discuss your procedure in detail and give you adequate time for questions.  Dr Marshall will also supply you with detailed information sheets and recommended Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists treatment information pamphlets, so that you are fully informed. When Dr Marshall's secretary, Marion, books you for any surgery, she will also go through some important checklists. Marion has worked with Brett for more than 20 years and has considerable experience in managing patient enquiries.  She has a nursing background and understands the range of issues that may present.  Marion will help you with any concerns or questions along the way.

If you need surgery in hospital, Dr Marshall will see you before and after your procedure and explain the findings and what has been done. He will ensure you are well before you are discharged home. At both Peninsula Private and Beleura Private Hospitals, Dr Marshall works with a regular, highly experienced team in operating theatre who understand the advanced surgical techniques and ensure a high safety level. He has worked with this experienced team for more than 15 years. His anaesthetists are also experienced specialists who he has worked with regularly long term.

Advanced Hysteroscopic Surgery

Dr Marshall was one of the first surgeons to perform endometrial ablation (http://www.drbrettmarshall.com.au/treatment/endometrial-ablation) in Australia and is recognized as a subspecialist in ad.. read more

Colposcopy / CO2 Laser Treatments of the Cervix

A colposcopy is an examination of the cervix, vagina or vulva using a magnifying microscope to check for signs of disease and this is often recommended if you have had an abnormal Pap smear. If an.. read more

Cystoscopy

This is a keyhole procedure using a very fine telescope to look inside the bladder via the urethra. It may be done for investigation of conditions such as pelvic pain, urinary tract infections, u.. read more

D and C, Hysteroscopy

D and C stands for Dilatation and Curettage. It is a procedure that is used to obtain a sample of the lining of the uterus for examination by a pathologist. The cervi.. read more

Endometrial Ablation

Abnormally heavy or prolonged bleeding during menstruation (menorrhagia) is an incapacitating and distressing problem for many women. Unfortunately it is quite common. A very effective, safe and .. read more

FemTouchâ„¢ - Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation

FemTouch™ for improved vaginal health FemTouch™, a new solution for treatment of vaginal health related conditions. FemTouch™ is a vaginal laser that addresses vaginal healt.. read more

Hysterectomy

Hysterectomy is an operation to remove a woman’s uterus. A woman may consider having a hysterectomy for a number of reasons but the operation is usually only performed when other trea.. read more

Laparoscopic Sterilisation

This must be looked on as permanent female contraception and the woman should be absolutely sure that she does not want any further pregnancies. She must treat the sterilization as irreversible, .. read more

Laparoscopic Surgery

Laparoscopic surgery is often called “keyhole” surgery. This is because it is performed through tiny incisions in the abdomen, usually of 5-10 mm length. The laparoscope is a surgica.. read more

Laser Laparoscopy

Laser laparoscopy is used to perform a multitude of gynaecologic operative procedures in the treatment of pelvic pain, painful periods and infertility. It has been used around the world and in Aus.. read more

Mirena IUD

Mirena IUD is a T-shaped, hormone-releasing system placed in your uterus to prevent pregnancy for up to five years. It releases a progestogen (a hormone similar to the hormone progesterone, .. read more

Neotonus Pelvic Floor Chair

The NeoTonus Pelvic Floor Chair is a non-invasive and painless therapy for urinary incontinence. It can also help treat prolapse and recent studies have also shown benefit for men after pros.. read more

Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist

The role of the Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy is to provide help with assessment and management of pelvic problems. Pelvic floor muscle rehabilitation will be part of the management plan. Caroli.. read more

Prolapse Repair Surgery

The aim of prolapse repair surgery is to restore normal anatomy, correct bladder and bowel abnormalities, and restore normal sexual function. Dr Marshall will thoroughly assess the symptoms and s.. read more

Sling Surgery for Incontinence

If conservative treatment of stress incontinence (as above) does not adequately resolve this problem, then minimally invasive sling surgery is now the most common surgical treatment. This ur.. read more