The gynaecological services at Dr Tom Manolitsas are provided by our experienced specialist gynaecology team.
Dr Manolitsas has special training and expertise in the investigation and management of women with cancer of the reproductive system, including ovarian cancer, uterine cancer, vaginal cancer, cervical cancer, and vulvar cancer.Find out more
The surgical robot is a machine that enables the surgeon to perform complex minimally invasive procedures through small incisions. The robot does not think, or operate on its own – it must be driven by the surgeon.Find out more
Laparoscopic Surgery (also known as keyhole surgery), is a procedure used to examine the organs inside the abdomen and pelvis. It’s a low-risk, minimally invasive procedure that requires only small incisions. There are many different procedures that can be undertaken laparoscopically.Find out more
Dr Manolitsas has training and expertise in a variety of non-cancer related gynaecological conditions, with the exception of prolapse, incontinence and pelvic floor problems. He also does not manage infertility problems.Find out more
Colposcopy is the use of a special medical microscope to examine the cervix. It can also be used to examine the vagina and vulva. The colposcope provides an illuminated & magnified view of the cervix and the tissues of the vagina and surrounds. This enables us to identify and test for any abnormalities or precancerous conditions.Find out more
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Tom was born and bred in Melbourne, obtaining his primary medical degree from Monash University. He undertook postgraduate studies in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, training at Mercy Hospital and Monash Medical Centre, before leaving for the UK, where he spent 4 more years training at Princess Anne Hospital in Southampton. Whilst in the UK he also undertook scientific research in the field of molecular genetics of a tumour suppressor gene in ovarian cancer. This work led to the award of a Doctorate of Medicine and resulted in a number of papers published in peer-reviewed journals.