Sydney Fibroid Clinic emphasises collaboration amongst GP, interventional radiologist and gynaecologist. Our doctors will ensure you’ve maximised conservative therapies before recommending interventional or surgical procedures.Get to know our doctors here.
Interventional Radiology Specialist
Dr Eisen Liang
MBBS (Hons), FRCR, FRANZCR
Dr Eisen Liang is an interventional radiologist with special interest in gynaecological intervention, including uterine fibroid embolisation, uterine artery embolisation and ovarian vein embolisation. Dr Liang is passionate about using minimally invasive treatments to improve women’s quality of life and has helped hundreds of women suffering from heavy menstrual bleeding, period pain, and bladder and pressure symptoms.
Graduating with First Class Honours from UNSW in 1988, Dr Liang completed his internship and residency at Westmead Hospital. He began his radiology training in Hong Kong in 1990, and was appointed Lecturer in Radiology at the Chinese University of Hong Kong in the Prince of Wales Hospital in 1994.
Dr Liang was awarded the Fellowship of the Royal College of Radiologists (FRCR) in 1995 and the Fellowship of the Royal Australian New Zealand College of Radiologists (RANZCR) in 1997. He performed his first uterine fibroid embolisation (UFE) in 1998.
Dr Eisen Liang has been an interventional radiologist at Sydney Adventist Hospital since 2004. When the Medicare rebate became available in Australia, he began performing UFE in 2007.
Dr Liang presented the results of the first series of uterine fibroid embolisation on Australian women at the 2011 Annual Scientific Meeting of RANZCOG. The paper was published in the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology in 2012. His paper on the effectiveness of embolisation in treating adenomyosis was presented in Vancouver in 2016 and published in the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology in 2017. In addition to conducting ongoing research, Dr Liang is also a Senior Clinical Lecturer at The University of Sydney School of Medicine.
Dr Liang consults at St Leonards, Bella Vista, Wahroonga, and Westmead. He performs procedures at Sydney Adventist Hospital, Norwest Private Hospital and the Mater Hospital. He is fluent in English, Mandarin and Cantonese.
Dr Bevan Brown
Dr Bevan Brown is a well-known obstetrician and gynaecologist based in Sydney’s Hills district. Upholding a caring and compassionate approach, he offers individualised and empathetic treatment.
After graduating from Sydney University, Dr Brown trained at the Royal Hospital for Women. He then became Staff Specialist at Liverpool Hospital and co-joint Clinical Lecturer in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the University of New South Wales. He completed his training at Liverpool Hospital, gaining experience in advanced laparoscopic surgery.
Dr Brown currently runs a busy private obstetrics and gynaecology practice, with special interest in hysteroscopic and laparoscopic surgery, treating pelvic pain, endometriosis, prolapse, fibroids and adenomyosis. He has co-authored many articles with Dr Eisen Liang in specialist and GP journals, on treatment of fibroids and adenomyosis.
He maintains a keen interest in the medical and surgical management of fibroids and adenomyosis – continuing research into fibroid and adenomyosis treatment options, while teaching students at the Sydney Adventist Medical School.
Fibroid Clinic GP
Dr Jacqueline Chan
MBBS FRACGP DCH
Dr Jacqueline Chan is a GP with special interest in Women’s Health. Jacqueline is committed to providing holistic and compassionate evidence based care to women. Following her graduation from Western Sydney University, Jacqueline completed her internship and residency at Westmead Hospital and was awarded the Diploma of Child Health through the University of Sydney and Westmead Children’s Hospital. She is passionate about teaching and is an examiner for the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Dr Chan has special interests in helping women with heavy menstrual bleeding, period pain, contraception, fertility, PCOS and pelvic pain. She works closely with gynaecologist and interventional radiologist in a multidisciplinary setting to look for the least invasive treatment options for women who are keen to avoid hysterectomy.