Author: Dr Deepa Gopinath

Dr Deepa Gopinath

Dr Deepa Gopinath is a dedicated Gynaecologist and Obstetrician with dual subspecialist qualifications in Urogynaecology from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in the UK and the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in Australia.

Dr Gopinath is an experienced surgeon with an excellent track record in treating complex patients with recurrent incontinence or prolapse through vaginal, laparoscopic, robotic, and open surgery. Her other interests include peri and postpartum pelvic floor problems including levator avulsion, Obstetric anal sphincter injuries, vaginal endoscopic surgery, and vaginal mesh removal.

Dr Gopinaths’s special interests include:, Urinary incontinence, Pelvic organ prolapse, Laparoscopic surgery, Birth trauma, Vaginal mesh removal, vNOTES & Robotic surgery, Painful Bladder & recurrent UTIs, General Gynaecology

Deepa prides herself on her personable nature and communication skills which allow her to establish excellent rapport with patients. Deepa has a strong focus on patient care and education to empower her patients through the shared decision-making process, to achieve the best possible outcome for their needs.

Obesity and pelvic floor disorders

In this podcast, experienced urogynaecologist Dr Deepa Gopinath will be discussing the topic of obesity and pelvic floor disorders, including how obesity contirbutes to pelvic floor disorders, the major risks of this, the treatment options available, warning signs to look out for, when to refer and more. Transcript Please note this is a machine generated… Read more »

Childbirth trauma – part 2

In this podcast, experienced urogynaecologist Dr Deepa Gopinath will be discussing the topic of childbirth trauma. This is the second podcast in a two-part series on childbirth trauma. Part 1 focused on what childbirth trauma is and how patients typically present. Part 2 will be discussing the specific treatment options & the role of health… Read more »

Childbirth trauma – part 1

In this podcast, experienced urogynaecologist Dr Deepa Gopinath will be discussing the topic of childbirth trauma, including what childbirth trauma is, how a patient would typically present, physical injuries of childbirth, the tools available in assessment and more. This is the first podcast in a two-part series on childbirth trauma. Tune into our second podcast… Read more »