Endocrinologist

Natalie Marijanovic

Dr Natalie Marijanovic is a Specialist Endocrinologist. She completed medical degree at The University of Melbourne in 2005 and trained at The Royal Melbourne Hospital (Melbourne Health) and at Western Health before undertaking her Endocrinology and Diabetes specialist training at Flinders Hospital in Adelaide, Monash Medical Centre and University Hospital Geelong. She has specific training in the management of nutritional problems including overweight and obesity and also has an interest and has done research in bone disease (Osteoporosis) and diabetes.

Natalie has expertise in and can help you manage the following problems:

    Diabetes including Type 1 diabetes (including insulin pumps), Type 2 diabetes, prediabetes, gestational diabetes, diabetes due to pancreatic damage/removal, pre-conception management of diabetes and preventing diabetes in high risk people.
    Bone and calcium problems including low or high serum calcium concentration, Osteoporosis, Osteopaenia, Paget's disease of the bone and parathyroid gland problems.
    Thyroid problems including over and underactive thyroid, thyroid nodules and thyroid cancer.
    Nutrition including underweight and overweight/obesity.
    Pituitary gland problems including prolactinoma, Cushing's disease, pituitary cysts and tumours, hypopituitarism).
    Adrenal gland problems including Cushing's syndrome, Addison's disease/hypoadrenalism, overactive or underactive adrenal glands, adrenal gland masses
    Reproductive Endocrine problems including menopausal symptoms, delayed puberty, hypogonadism, elevated testosterone or excess hair in women, polycystic ovarian syndrome and infertility.
    Difficult to control hypertension and metabolic problems including high lipids/cholesterol.

Please make sure you have a current Referral from your Doctor.

Natalie is also at : Address: 54 Maribyrnong Rd, Moonee Ponds VIC 3039

Phone:(03) 9078 7170

 

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