Dr Harpreet Arora is a Consultant Gynecologist and Urogynecology specialist, an accredited advanced Laparoscopic surgeon, with a standing staff appointment at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.
She consults privately providing urodynamics services from her specialist suite at Northern Beaches Hospital. She also runs menopause clinic services from her rooms managing various aspects of general menopausal including urogenital issues along with provision of hormonal and non-hormonal therapies. She has operating rights at Northern Beaches Hospital, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Mater Hospital and North Shore Private Hospital.
She completed her Obstetrics and Gynecology training from reputed centers in Melbourne and Brisbane. She did a year of advanced training in the endoscopy unit of Royal Brisbane Women Hospital whereby she gained laparoscopic surgical skills for management of benign gynecological conditions. After attaining her royal college fellowship in 2015, she undertook sub-specialty training in Urogynaecology and pelvic reconstructive surgery at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney and Auckland Hospital, New Zealand.
She specializes in vaginal and laparoscopic urogynecology and pelvic floor repair surgery for managing prolapse and incontinence. At her clinics, she also offers consultative services and has provisions for outpatient investigational urodynamic studies. She provides minimally invasive interventions such as posterior tibial nerve stimulation (PTNS) for refractory urgency cases.
She has extensive experience in medical and surgical management of all benign gynecological conditions including fibroids, AUB and abnormal cervical cytology. She offers minimally invasive surgery for fibroids and adenomyosis, ovarian cysts along with hysteroscopic resection of fibroids and colposcopy services for abnormal cervical cytology at her clinics.
She is actively involved in teaching either GPs or medical student teaching. She is the chair of Robotic special interest group for International Urogynecology association (IUGA) and regularly conduct 3 international webinars every year, covering various urogynecology topics and pelvic floor health which are attended by national and international surgeons. She is an active member of Australian Menopause Society.
She believes in teamwork and am a firm believer that great outcomes can be achieved with good communication and inter-specialty collaboration. She has a dedicated team of pelvic floor physiotherapist and continence nurse specialist for urodynamics in her team to provide holistic multi-disciplinary care for all her patients.