Your body.
Your life.
Your choice.

Sydney Fibroid Clinic is dedicated to improving the quality of life for women suffering from fibroids, adenomyosis and pelvic congestion syndrome.

We practise evidence-based medicine.

We emphasise collaboration between doctors to apply the least invasive treatment possible.

We empower women to avoid unnecessary hysterectomies.

Our Services

Interventional Radiologist collaborating with gynaecologist

Sydney Fibroid Clinic engages multidisciplinary collaboration between interventional radiologist and gynaecologist  to offer advanced minimally invasive treatment plans to women who wish to avoid a hysterectomy.

 

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Media

Today Tonight

Today Tonight

Dr Eisen Liang and Dr Bevan Brown Discussing UFE as treatment for Fibroids.

Watch this 3-minute video produced for Today Tonight by Channel 7.

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Breaking News

Breaking News

San study offers fresh hope for women suffering debilitating menstrual condition

A groundbreaking new study undertaken by two doctors from Sydney Adventist Hospital is offering fresh hope for women whose lives are severely impacted by heavy menstrual bleeding and period pain.

The study, led by San interventional radiologist Dr Eisen Liang and gynaecologist Dr Bevan Brown, has shown that Uterine Artery Embolisation (UAE) treatment may be a potential alternative for those women who otherwise faced the prospect of a hysterectomy. UAE is a little-known, non-surgical procedure, often used to shrink fibroids, which are non-cancerous tumours of the womb.

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Ross Walker

Ross Walker

Radio interview with Dr Eisen Liang.

Listen to Dr Ross Walker’s radio interview with fibroid embolisation specialist Dr Eisen Liang on UFE (Uterine Fibroid Embolisation)

Dr Eisen Liang

Sydney Fibroid Clinic was established by Dr Eisen Liang, an interventional radiologist with a passion for improving women’s quality of life through research, innovation, education and collaboration with other specialists.

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