Author: Dr James Alexander

Dr James Alexander

Dr James Alexander is an experienced, Australian trained Urogynaecolgist, Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, specialising in pelvic floor disorders. James provides care in Sydney’s Northshore and the surrounding suburbs.

James completed his basic Obstetrics and Gynaecology training at The Royal Hospital for Women, Port Macquarie Base Hospital and St George Hospital in 2017 and went on to complete a year as the Gynaecological Oncology fellow at The Royal Hospital for Women. Following this, he commenced urogynaecology training and in 2022 obtained his fellowship in Urogynaecology at Monash Health & The Mercy Hospital for Women in Melbourne. James has been published in numerous peer-reviewed journals and spent time during 2017 on a Medical Mission running a maternity unit in Zambia.

James’ special interests include: Pelvic organ prolapse, Female urinary incontinence, Overactive bladder, Pelvic mesh-related concerns, Birth trauma, Recurrent urinary tract infections

James is a people person and a strong communicator. He prides himself on his ability to listen to his patients and provide personalised, high-quality care. James is committed to providing timely correspondence to his patients and their practitioners.

Outside of work, James is a family man and very active in his community. He loves following sport including AFL, soccer, American football, cricket, athletics, CrossFit and basketball.

Pelvic organ prolapse

In this episode of PodMD, experienced, Urogynaecolgist, Obstetrician and Gynaecologist Dr James Alexander will be discussing the topic of pelvic organ prolapse, including what pelvic organ prolapse is, how a patient would typically present, the treatment options available, the likelihood of recurrence, when to refer and more. Transcript Please note this is a machine generated… Read more »

Overactive bladder

In this episode of PodMD, experienced, Urogynaecolgist, Obstetrician and Gynaecologist Dr James Alexander will be discussing the topic of overactive bladder, including what an overactive bladder is, how a patient would typically present, the treatment options, any warning signs to look out for, when to refer and more. Transcript Please note this is a machine… Read more »