Professor Marc Gladman will present on the latest research surrounding birth after OASIS. Decision making, informed choices and how anorectal physiology may assist. Marc is a colorectal surgeon practising exclusively in the management of anorectal, functional bowel and pelvic floor disorders.
He set out on his journey to better understand bowel and pelvic floor dysfunction 20 years ago, by training in gynaecology, urology and colorectal surgery in London and Sydney.
Marc now works in Adelaide and is Director of The Bowel Clinic where he is committed to preventing, treating and curing bowel problems in Australians. He is recognized as an international expert for his pioneering research that he has conducted into these conditions and for the education resources that he has delivered to colleagues and sufferers but to his patients he is simply know as “The Bowel Doctor”.
Professor Marc Gladman is a specialist who practises exclusively in the management of problems affecting the bowels, pelvic floor and their function, such as abdominal and pelvic pain, bloating, constipation, bowel leakage (incontinence) and bleeding from the back passage. He set out on his journey to better understand how the bowel and pelvic floor work and how and why things go wrong by training in gynaecology, urology and colorectal surgery in London and Sydney. Now with over 20 years experience, he is the Director of The Bowel Clinic, Adelaide where he is committed to preventing, treating and curing bowel problems. Currently, he is Chair of the Section of Academic Surgery and the Academic Surgery Committee and of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and immediate-past Chair of the Surgical Research Society of Australasia. He is a passionate educator and has written numerous textbooks, including "Examination Surgery: A Guide to Passing the FRACS in General Surgery" and the highly acclaimed "Clinical Cases and OSCEs in Surgery", which has won recognition at the British Medical Association national book awards. He is recognised as an international expert for his pioneering research to better understand and treat these conditions and for the educational resources that he has delivered to colleagues and sufferers but to his patients, he is simply known as “The Bowel Doctor”.
Women's and Men's Pelvic Health National Group
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