Diabetes Endocrinology Services

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Type 1 Diabetes


Our endocrinologists specialize in type 1 diabetes and are highly trained for the same. Our doctors have specialized interest and high experience in type 1 diabetes. Our team of endocrinologist’s works in coordination with our diabetes educators and dieticians offering the latest technology associated with the management of diabetes.

Our pediatric endocrinologists are highly experienced pediatric endocrinologist that have the expertise in the management of type 1 diabetes and make sure there is a smooth transition to adult endocrinologists present within our practice. You can contact our reception staff to book an appointment with the appropriate endocrinologist.

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Type 2 Diabetes


When it comes to the latest treatments in the management of type 2 diabetes our endocrinologists have the skills and expertise needed. They work in collaboration with our multidisciplinary team of diabetes educators and dieticians to make sure that your diabetes is managed in the best possible way.

Our doctors have a strong interest in research on the area of type 2 diabetes and the complications associated with it. Please contact our reception staff to book an appointment with an appropriate endocrinologist within our team.

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Thyroid Disease and Thyroid Cancer


Disorders of the thyroid gland are not very rare and need considerable experience to be managed appropriately. Our team of endocrinologist has the expertise to manage all facet of thyroid disease that includes hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism, nodular thyroid disease, and thyroid cancer. Thyroid cancer is a specific specialty of our practice.

We work in close association with our committed, high volume endocrine surgeons and nuclear medicine departments to make sure that we use the latest technology and are the best practice when it comes to the management of thyroid cancer. Our team of doctors holds regular meetings to review and offer the highest level of expertise in the care of our patients.

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Calcium / Bone Disorders including Osteoporosis and Hyperparathyroidism


Osteoporosis most commonly strikes in postmenopausal women, though a number of endocrine conditions can also contribute to it. Our endocrinologists have experience in the analysis and management of osteoporosis and are always willing to discuss the potential complications that are associated with it and also the long-term management and the treatment of this condition with you. Primary hyperparathyroidism is a condition that can be related to osteoporosis and uncommonly it can be related to a variety of genetic syndromes.

Our endocrinologists have the latest knowledge in the investigation and management of hyperparathyroidism and work with tertiary genetic and surgical teams to manage both general and higher-risk patients in the best possible way. Our doctors have access to the present day radiology and investigation techniques. We work in association with high volume specialist endocrine surgeons to ensure the best patient result.

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Pituitary Disease and Pituitary Tumors


The pituitary gland is also known as the “master gland” as it is the hormonal control centres that constantly receives signals and produces hormones. Abnormalities associated with pituitary function are increasingly identified as key role players in many conditions. Primary disorders of the pituitary gland include tumours, damage from radiation, infection, inflammation or head injury. Pituitary tumours are prevalent, found in up to 1 in every 5 people, but identifying those causing clinical problems requires expertise.

All our endocrinologists are trained in the recognition and management of pituitary disease. Dr Monique Cost in also has a pituitary focus within our practice. Dr Cost in has completed a research fellowship in pituitary tumours at the Garvan Institute. She regularly participates in the Sydney Pituitary Collaborative Group meetings.

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Polycystic Ovarian Disease and Insulin Resistance


Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a condition that commonly affects women in their reproductive age. Women having this condition may experience problems such as irregularity in their menstrual cycle, acne, or unwanted body hair. They may also find it difficult to lose weight. Insulin resistance can facilitate PCOS. All our endocrinologists have immense clinical experience in the diagnosis and management of this condition. Management of PCOS is specifically relevant in women who are planning pregnancy and should be optimally managed to lead to any pregnancy.

Our doctors are keenly interested in this area. Our dietitian has an enduring interest and experience advice patients about lifestyle management for PCOS.

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Reproductive Endocrinology / Fertility


Endocrinology is a branch of medicine that focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of diseases associated with hormones that also includes fertility. As many as 1 in 6 couples experience trouble getting pregnant after 12 months of trying and are recommended getting a medical help. This may be a result of female and/or male infertility.

Our endocrinologists will make arrangements for appropriate diagnosis and give advice on best possible way of management. Some patients may need specialized fertility treatment and that can be arranged by our IVF consultant who is dynamically involved in fertility research.

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Gestational Diabetes and Endocrine Conditions in Pregnancy


Our endocrinologists work in close association with obstetric teams to make sure that pre-existing conditions like thyroid cancer, PCOS, type 1 or 2 diabetes, obesity, and pituitary disorders are managed appropriately to lead to and during pregnancy. Gestational diabetes is a condition that is diagnosed in at least 5% of pregnant women, having pre-pregnancy weight, PCOS, and ethnicity that may aggravate the risk. Our group of specialist doctors’ has the expertise to manage complex pregnancy and medical complications.

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Obesity


Obesity is a complicated endocrine condition. Our team of committed endocrinologists and dieticians have experience with and can access the latest treatments for obesity. Our specialist doctors have a special focus on obesity and also are dynamic participants of research pursuits in this area.

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Paediatric Endocrinology


Our practice is very advantageous in a way that children and adolescents with an endocrine condition can experience an effortless transfer from pediatric to adult care. Our doctors are highly experienced in the management of pediatric endocrinology and have specific expertise in the management of type 1 diabetes, growth and puberty related issues, and endocrine tumors. Our diabetes educator has extensive experience in the management of type 1 diabetes in children.

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Adrenal Disease and Adrenal Carcinoma


Management of Adrenal disease and adrenal carcinoma need a high degree of experience and access to specialist pathologists, radiologists, and oncologists to get the optimum outcome. Our doctors are highly experienced in the management of adrenal diseases like Addison’s disease and strive to provide the latest and best alternatives for our patients.

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Diabetes Education


Our diabetes educators are extensively experienced and are also associated with many endocrinologists in Sydney. They are able to access the latest that is present in technologies associated with the management and the treatment of diabetes such as Insulin Pump Therapy, Insulin Pump Upgrades, and also Continuous Glucose Monitoring. They are able to help in the smooth transition of our pediatric diabetes patients to the care of our adult endocrinologists.

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Dietician


Our dieticians are highly experienced and have expertise in the management of conditions such as diabetes, obesity, PCOS, and weight gain.

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Eating Disorders & Hormones


HOW DO EATING DISORDERS HAVE AN EFFECT OUR HORMONES?
How you eat and how much you weigh has an important is important for your hormones.

If you develop an unhealthy eating pattern, it can have a huge impact on the hormones that regulate many systems in the body, putting a strain on functions that are designed to preserve energy and for the protection of essential organs – such as metabolism, fertility, and response to stress.

HOW DO I UNDERSTAND IF I HAVE AN EATING DISORDER?
People suffering from anorexia nervosa are very underweight as an outcome of extreme dieting or too much exercise. In bulimia nervosa, people have a normal weight but experience cycles of uncontrollable overeating after which they become sick after meals or make improper use of laxatives to make up for the food that is consumed.

People with a binge-eating disorder experience many episodes of uncontrollable binge eating but do not try to compensate for binges through vomiting, fasting, or over-exercising. People with binge-eating disorder often become victim of obesity.

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Over or Underactive Thyroid Conditions


The thyroid is a gland that is responsible for making a hormone which controls the metabolic rate, which is the rate at which our bodies burn energy. Thyroid hormones help our body use energy, stay warm and keep the brain, heart, muscles, and other organs functioning appropriately. Improper working of thyroid can lead to the development of a thyroid condition.

OVER ACTIVITY - HYPERTHYROIDISM
Hyperthyroidism is when your body makes too much thyroid hormone. There are many causes of hyperthyroidism.An over-active thyroid causes weight loss, feeling hot, tremors, and feeling of anxiety.

UNDER ACTIVITY - HYPOTHYROIDISM
Hypothyroidism is when the thyroid gland can’t make sufficient thyroid hormone to keep your body functioning normally, leading to too little thyroid hormone in your blood.An under-active thyroid causes weight gain, feeling cold, and feelings of depression.

In both cases one may feel exhausted – we manage and treat both disorders effectively.

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What is an Endocrinologist, and what health conditions can they help me with?

An endocrinologist is a doctor who has specialized knowledge and experience in the treatment of disorders associated with the hormones.

Hormones are chemical messengers thatare responsible for the coordination of many crucial functions in the body such as growth, general vitality, metabolism, and reproduction. Endocrinologists have specialized training in the diagnosis and treatment of hormonal imbalances and associated problems. They help to restore the normal hormonal balance in your system and thus eliminate the problems.

Why does an Endocrinologist work with a multidisciplinary team?

The focus of a multidisciplinary approach is to help you achieve the maximum benefits of your health care. Our allied health providers make sure you receive the education, support, and specific interventions to help you and your family cope with any difficulties in the recovery process in the best possible way.

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