At Territory Medical, we’re right behind supporting the health and wellness of girls and women in our community.
To our team of medical professionals, women’s health means compassion, care and the right paths to happy active lifestyles backed by sound medical advice.
Women’s health services include:
- General health and check-ups
- Preventive care (inc. annual screenings for breast and cervical cancer, etc)
- Family planning services (inc. birth control options and counselling)
- Prenatal care for expectant mothers
- Menopause management
- Mental health
- Sexual health
- Cardiovascular health (inc. weight management and heart health)
Why so many women in the NT choose Territory Medical for their healthcare
In the NT, we’re known for our outdoorsy, social and active lifestyles in long days of sunny weather, and that can present some unique health challenges.
We understand the healthcare needs of women at every stage of life, from kids to adolescence to menopause and beyond.
Whether you’re seeking preventive screenings, specialised treatments, or guidance on maintaining a healthy lifestyle, we are here to support you on your journey to optimal health. We’re honoured to be your trusted partner in women’s healthcare.
Experience comprehensive and compassionate women’s healthcare that supports a holistic approach delivered by a professional team.
You can find more information for patients here.
FAQs about women’s health
Some common women’s health concerns include menstrual irregularities, urinary tract infections, pelvic pain, and hormonal imbalances.
Additionally, conditions such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), endometriosis, and breast health are also important considerations for women’s overall wellbeing.
General health, including heart health, weight management and mental health are also important topics.
You can maintain heart health by adopting a balanced diet, engaging in regular physical activity, managing stress, avoiding smoking, and keeping track of blood pressure and cholesterol levels.
Regular cardiovascular screenings and check-ups are also important.
Endometriosis is a condition where tissue similar to the lining of the uterus grows outside the uterus, often causing pain and fertility issues.
Treatment options include pain management, hormonal therapies, and in some cases, surgery to remove the abnormal tissue.
Menstrual cramps, or dysmenorrhea, can be managed through various methods.
Over-the-counter pain relievers, applying heat to the abdomen, practising relaxation techniques, regular exercise, and maintaining a balanced diet can help alleviate discomfort.
Prioritising mental health involves practising self-care, managing stress through relaxation techniques and mindfulness, seeking support from friends, family, or professionals, and being open about feelings and emotions.
Regular exercise, a balanced diet, and getting adequate sleep can really boost overall mental well-being.