Your consultation with the dietitian can last from forty to sixty minutes, depending on the complexity of the issues involved. At this consultation, the dietitian will review your usual diet in the context of your medical history and the specific reasons that your doctor reffered you.

Then the dietitian will work with you to develop a dietary plan that will fulfill your medical needs as well as being tailored to suit your lifestyle and particular situation. Education on this dietary plan will ensure that you are well equipped to make the necessary nutritional and lifestyle changes. The dietitian will then review you on an ongoing basis as required, to continue supporting you.


A medical consultation involves a meeting with your specialist lasting from twenty minutes up to one hour depending the complexity of each medical case. At the consultation, your doctor will review your/your child symptoms and perform an examination. He or she will also review your/and your child's medical history, including any past surgery, your family's medical history and medications - both current and previous medications, and any other relevant information. It is important you complete the online health questionnaire prior to your consultation.

After assessment, your doctor will create a management plan that may involve any of the following,

  • Diagnostic imaging / scans
  • Endoscopy or other procedures
  • Medical therapy
  • Recommended nutritional or lifestyle changes
  • Surgical options

Your opinion and feedback is of the utmost importance in this process.

An endoscopy is a long thin tube equipped with a light and camera, and sometimes small surgical devices. These procedures are important tools that your physician will use in diagnosing and treating some of the digestive health issues you may have.

Read more about the different types of endoscopic procedures by clicking on the links below...

Liver disease is in fact not one disease, but a range of conditions that can affect the liver, such as cirrhosis, fatty liver disease, hepatitis, haemachromatosis (too much iron in the body) and cancer. Some medications can also affect liver function. At GastroHealth we can conduct a medical examination and a range of tests to diagnose issues with the liver.

Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis is a chronic medical condition that require long term therapy and lifestyle changes. At Gastrohealth Australia, our treatment programs involve attention to all these aspects of your care. You will have priority in obtaining access to consultations and endoscopy, as we understand its unpredictable nature.

Gastrointestinal (GI) cancer screening is a service that GastroHealth provides to patients. GI screening is offered to patients who do not exhibit any symptoms of cancer but who nonetheless may be more likely to develop cancer due to either a family history or a genetic predisposition. Contact us for more information on GI cancer screening.

GastroHealth specialist surgeons are fully qualified and experienced in all aspects of colorectal surgery when required.

At GastroHealth we offer a range of weight loss techniques to suit people with a number of different gastric and digestive conditions. Contact us for further details.