In keeping with the updated Medicare guidelines, telehealth consultations with your specialist will cease as of the 1st July 2022.
Our rooms will provide standard face to face consults and patients will still be required to wear a mask during their visit. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.

Go Back

Who should consider a colonoscopy?

Patients with the following conditions should consider a colonoscopy;

  • Rectal bleeding
  • Iron deficiency anaemia.
  • Abdominal pain and alteration in bowel habit
  • The presence of colorectal cancer risk factors
  • Clarification of barium enema findings
  • Positive Faecal occult test

Next: When should I consider a repeat colonoscopy?

Previous: What are the common problems evaluated by a gastroenterologist?

Make an Enquiry

To book an appointment or to make an enquiry click the button below to contact us.

Make an Enquiry


Latest News

Why is Gut Health so Important?

4th July

We’ve all been told at one point or another that a healthy gut is responsible for lifting our


Am I a Suitable Candidate for Pill Capsule Endoscopy?

30th November

It is estimated that approximately 1.1 million Australians will suffer from Iron Deficiency Anaemia (IDA) at some point in their life.


View all

FAQs

Should I postpone my procedure?

Procedures that are booked in will go ahead in accordance...


View all

Client Testimonial

“The care, attention and medical knowledge that I receive, for both my daughter and I, from Dr Engelman is exceptional. He is very professional and informative with our diagnosis and treatment options to achieve the best results .”

- Hanan McCrea, longstanding patient

+