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Persistent Pelvic Pain Service

A unique approach helping you treat and manage pelvic pain.

Persistent pelvic pain (PPP) affects 1 in 5 women at some stage in their lives. PPP is rarely discussed and can’t usually be diagnosed by blood tests and scans. The causes are varied and complex

Jean Hailes’ Persistent Pelvic Pain Service offers a unique approach to helping women manage the symptoms of PPP. Jean Hailes offers multidisciplinary care to develop an individual care plan for each woman. A range of women’s health professionals work together including general practitioners, gynaecologists, physiotherapists, psychologists, pain physicians, dietitians, naturopaths and acupuncturists.

If you’re affected by PPP, please contact Jean Hailes to find out more about the service, including fees.

You’ll be asked to fill in a form that will help us determine which specialists you’ll see.

Please call us for more information:
Toll free: 1800 JEAN HAILES (532 642)

Download PPPS information card (PDF)

Persistent pelvic pain service

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