Dr Natasha Andreadis has a special interest in treating women’s health across all ages throughout their reproductive lives – from planning a pregnancy, to addressing fertility problems and the menopause. She takes pride in helping women through these challenges with compassion and understanding.
Natasha is a certified fertility specialist (CREI) and gynaecologist. After completing her Medical degree at the University of New South Wales in 2000, Natasha undertook specialist training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Sydney’s Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and was awarded the College Medal for highest mark in her oral membership examination in 2008. Natasha has also completed her Master of Medicine (Reproductive Health Sciences and Human Genetics) at the University of Sydney and additional sub-specialty training in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (CREI) at RPAH. She was awarded CREI qualification in March 2013.
Before joining Genea in March 2012, Natasha worked at leading fertility clinics in Oxford, London and Utrecht, in the Netherlands.
Natasha’s approach is integrative and holistic. She works with complimentary practitioners such as Chinese Medicine Doctors, Naturopaths, Nutritionists, Psychologists to help people attain ultimate health and give them the best chance of conceiving, both naturally and with fertility treatment. If fertility treatment is required she has experience in ovulation tracking, IUI, IVF, preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD), egg and sperm donation, fertility preservation. She also performs surgical procedures such as laparoscopy, hysteroscopy and testicular sperm extraction.
Her approach is to support people in attaining the best version of themselves and has completed Level 1 Wellness Coaching Australia. She has a special interest in fertility and nutrition and is on the Expert Panel of Sarah Wilson’s I Quit Sugar 8 Week program. Natasha is undertaking further studies in Nutritional Medicine. Natasha also considers the environment when assessing fertility and recommends people assess their exposure to everyday toxins and chemicals. She can advise on ways to reduce your chemical load to achieve optimal health for you and your baby. She has published in peer-review journals on infertility and endometriosis.
A clinical lecturer at the University of Sydney medical school, Natasha is a keen teacher of obstetrics and gynaecology at both the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Natasha has a warm and welcoming private practice in Sydney’s Inner West. She is a Visiting Medical Officer at Sydney Day Surgery Newtown and St Luke’s Private, Potts Point.
RPAH Medical Centre
Suite 318, 100 Carillon Avenue
Newtown Australia 2042
p: (02) 9519 9707
f: (02) 8088 8005
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