Gynaecologist, Specialist Pain Medicine Physician

Appointments with Dr Evans

Dr Evans offers long consultations for girls and women with complex pelvic pain concerns, who are looking for a comprehensive assessment of all their pain symptoms. She also offers management plans for teens with period pain, keen to optimise their future quality of life and fertility outcomes most effectively.

Dr Evans welcomes the opportunity to assist your usual gynaecologist, pain specialist or GP, by providing a comprehensive management plan for your pain.

As she does not live permanently in Brisbane, Dr Evans does not offer laparoscopic surgery, after-hours or ongoing gynecological care.


For Patient Appointments:

Dr Evans offers appointments to girls and women with pelvic pain through EVE Health in Brisbane.

These appointments can be in person, or online via Skype, so all girls and women in Australia are welcome.


Appointment Costs:

First visit (1 hour consultation, and preparation of a comprehensive management plan) – $400

(Medicare/Telehealth Rebate, if eligible, $128.30)

Review visit (30 minute consultation, and update of the management plan) – $200

(Medicare/Telehealth Rebate, if eligible, $64.20)

Women who attend Eve Health in person are eligible for part-reimbursement of costs through Medicare. A gap payment will still apply.

Women who request an online consultation and live outside capital cities in a Telehealth area, may be eligible for partial reimbursement through the Telehealth Program and their GP.

Women who request an online consultation and live in capital cities, are unfortunately ineligible for any Medicare Rebate.


What does an appointment include?

To ensure that you receive the maximum benefit from your consultations, your care involves 3 components: preparation before the appointment, the appointment, and the recommendations.

Before your appointment

If you have had surgery in the past, we ask you to obtain a copy of the Operation Sheet or photographs taken by your gynaecologist at that time, as well as any other important documents that relate to your pain. If you do not have these details, our staff can help you obtain them.

We will send you a questionnaire to complete that asks about a wide range of pain issues, and helps us understand the full picture of your pain more effectively.

We ask that you read the free Pelvic Pain Booklet available from the Pelvic Pain Foundation of Australia at

You will need to obtain a referral from your doctor.

At your consultation

Dr Evans will discuss your pain with you, explain the different aspects of your pain, and wish to know the particular issues that concern you most. She will discuss treatment options with you and help you decide which treatment options suit your personal situation best.

She will prepare a comprehensive management plan for you, with a copy of the plan sent to both you and your doctor.

She will provide you with a copy of her book, Endometriosis and Pelvic Pain, for further reading, and explain the particular areas that relate to your pain.

After your consultation

You will have the option of making a review appointment with Dr Evans 1-2 months later to assess your progress – or returning to your doctor to work through the recommendations in the management plan yourself.

Please note: Dr Evans offers a consultation service in pelvic pain. However, your day to day care remains with your normal Doctor. Dr Evans does not offer a full gynaecological service, laparoscopic surgery, or afterhours care.


To book an appointment, please contact EVE Health:

55 Little Edward St, Spring Hill, Brisbane

(07) 3332 1999

or email


For Information about Endometriosis and Pelvic Pain:

Dr Evans recommends that you read her book ‘Endometriosis and Pelvic Pain’ available in paperback version or in E-Book version from the online shop at   You will then be better prepared to discuss your individual situation with your health professional.

There is further information on a wide variety of pelvic pain conditions at the Pelvic Pain Foundation of Australia website at


For Media and Research Enquiries:

Please contact Ms Lyndall Bryden, Pelvic Pain Foundation of Australia,


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