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Opening Hours : Monday to Friday - 8am to 5pm
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Colonoscopy Specialists

Colonoscopy Specialists

Conducting expert-led procedures in a leading colonoscopy clinic

Colonoscopy Specialists

Conducting expert-led procedures in a leading colonoscopy clinic

Dr Suhirdan Vivekanandarajah

Interventional Gastroenterologist and Hepatologist,
Bsc (Med) | MBBS (Hons) | FRACP

Dr Andrew Kim

Consultant Gastroenterologist and Hepatologist
BSc (Med) | MBBS | FRACP

Sydney gastroenterologist - 4

Dr Clare Wu

Gastroenterologist and Hepatologist,
MBChB | FRAC

Dr Rohan Gett

Colorectal Surgeon,
BSc (Med) | MBBS (Hons) | FRACS MS

SGC - Dr Fei Wei Chen

Dr Fei Wen Chen

Consultant Gastroenterologist & Hepatologist,
BSc (MED) | MBBS (Hons) | FRACP

SGC - Dr Ria Kanazaki

Dr Ria Kanazaki

Consultant Gastroenterologist & Hepatologist
MBBS | FRACP

Natalie Linton

Accredited Practising Dietitian,
BSc (Nutr) I (Hons NutrDiet) Sy

Taryn Geller

Accredited Practising Dietitian,
Master of Nutrition and Dietetics

A colonoscopy may allow gastrointestinal specialists to identify various gastroenterological conditions and treat them.

Based on your specialist’s recommendations, you may require a colonoscopy if you are experiencing the following symptoms:

  • Blood in stool
  • Unexplained weight loss
  • Diarrhoea that lasts more than a few days
  • Narrow and thin stools
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Abdominal discomfort
  • A change in bowel habits

You may also need a colonoscopy if you are older than 50 years of age and have a family history of colorectal cancer.

In this procedure, a colonoscope, which is a long, flexible tube with a camera attached to one end, is inserted into the rectum and passed through to the large intestine. During this process, it’s common for doctors to extract biopsies (small samples of tissue) and undertake polyp removal.

At Sydney Gut Clinic, we specialise in colonoscopies and the investigation and treatment of a range of gastrointestinal conditions. Our team is trained to perform surveillance colonoscopies and interventional colonoscopies.

Schedule your appointment at Sydney Gut Clinic and rest assured that your procedure will be performed by experienced and highly qualified specialists.

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    A colonoscopy may allow gastrointestinal specialists to identify various gastroenterological conditions and treat them.

    Based on your specialist’s recommendations, you may require a colonoscopy if you are experiencing the following symptoms:

    • Blood in stool
    • Unexplained weight loss
    • Diarrhoea that lasts more than a few days
    • Narrow and thin stools
    • Chronic fatigue
    • Abdominal discomfort
    • A change in bowel habits

    You may also need a colonoscopy if you are older than 50 years of age and have a family history of colorectal cancer.

    In this procedure, a colonoscope, which is a long, flexible tube with a camera attached to one end, is inserted into the rectum and passed through to the large intestine. During this process, it’s common for doctors to extract biopsies (small samples of tissue) and undertake polyp removal.

    At Sydney Gut Clinic, we specialise in colonoscopies and the investigation and treatment of a range of gastrointestinal conditions. Our team is trained to perform surveillance colonoscopies and interventional colonoscopies.

    Schedule your appointment at Sydney Gut Clinic and rest assured that your procedure will be performed by experienced and highly qualified specialists.

    Appointment Request


      Fields marked with an * are required

      From the options below, please select one.

      If you selected either "Initial Consult" or "Procedure", please upload your referral here.

      If you selected "Procedure" above, please specify which one

      Please choose the doctor you would like to consult*

      Dr Suhirdan Vivekanandarajah

      Interventional Gastroenterologist and Hepatologist,
      MBChB | FRACP

      Dr Andrew Kim

      Consultant Gastroenterologist & Hepatologist,
      BSc (Med) | MBBS | FRACP

      Sydney gastroenterologist - 4

      Dr Clare Wu

      Gastroenterologist and Hepatologist,
      MBChB | FRACP

      Dr Rohan Gett

      Colorectal Surgeon,
      BSc (Med) | MBBS (Hons) | FRACS MS

      SGC - Dr Fei Wei Chen

      Dr Fei Wen Chen

      Consultant Gastroenterologist & Hepatologist,
      BSc (MED) | MBBS (Hons) | FRACP

      SGC - Dr Ria Kanazaki

      Dr Ria Kanazaki

      Consultant Gastroenterologist & Hepatologist
      MBBS | FRACP

      Natalie Linton

      Accredited Practising Dietitian,
      BSc (Nutr) I (Hons NutrDiet) Syd

      Taryn Geller

      Accredited Practising Dietitian,
      M Nutr&Dietet

      Preparing for a colonoscopy

      Find out everything you need to know about this procedure in our colonoscopy clinic

      Preparing for a colonoscopy

      Find out everything you need to know about this procedure in our colonoscopy clinic

      Any questions? Reach out to us!

      Any questions? Reach out to us!

      Where to find us

      Suite 1, Level 4, 15 Bowden Street, Alexandria NSW 2015

      (Sydney Gut Clinic is located within Alexandria Specialist Day Hospital)

      PHONE: 02 9131 2111
      FAX: 02 9131 2112

      Sydney Gut Clinic is currently operating at our regular hours. Kindly note that in light of the current pandemic, we are taking every precaution to prevent any chance of infection. Patients are screened before they enter the building and we space our appointments out to reduce the amount of people in the clinic at one time. Please note that telehealth service is available to patients that meet the government's criteria. Please call the rooms for more information.