Endometriosis Pain

At Greencare, we specialise in treating the pain caused by endometriosis.

According to the Australian Department of Health and Aged Care, endometriosis affects at least one in 9 females in Australia. 

Symptoms of endometriosis can vary in severity and may include pain such as pelvic pain, pain in the back and hip areas, and painful periods.

Endometriosis can start at a person’s first menstrual period and last until menopause, and can cause moderate to severe pain throughout this period of time. 

Initial consultation


No referral required

New patient consultation and personalised assessment.

Consultation is by telehealth only (telephone or video available).

Practitioner applies to TGA for prescription approval if treatment is necessary.

Please confirm that you are 18+ years of age.

Follow-up consultation


Only for existing Patients

You are already a patient in our system.

Practitioner will review your treatment and condition. 

TGA application / submission included for 3 prescriptions if required.

Clinic Transfer


Coming from another Clinic

For new patients who have had previous consultation with a doctor, and who are wishing to transfer from their current clinic or doctor.

TGA application / submission included for 3 prescriptions if required.

What are the traditional treatments for the pain caused by endometriosis?

Traditionally, treatment for the pain cause by endometriosis includes pain management with over-the-counter or prescription medications, hormonal therapy to suppress ovulation and reduce estrogen levels, and surgery to remove or destroy the endometrial tissue. In severe cases or when fertility is a concern, a hysterectomy or removal of the ovaries may be recommended.

Are there alternative treatment options for managing the pain caused by endometriosis?

If you are experiencing pain caused by endometriosis and have tried other pain management methods that haven’t worked for you, we encourage you to seek medical advice and speak with one of our practitioners. 

After assessing your individual needs, our practitioners will determine if alternative treatments are suitable for you.


To make an appointment with one of our practitioners, click here to book online or call our friendly patient care team on 1300 508 888, who will work with you to find a suitable time for an appointment.

We are authentic, affordable and have a highly trained team of doctors and nurse practitioners who put patients’ needs first. Our practitioners only recommend treatment options that are suitable for each patients’ individual situation.

  1. Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care. What we’re doing about endometriosis. July 2023 

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Our Women's Health Medical Expert

Kathleen Kuntz, MSN/NP

University of Pennsylvania BSN/MSN Nursing 2002 
Australia – AHPRA Registered Nurse with Nurse Practitioner
Specialisation in Obstetrics/Gynaecology/Sexual Health

Kathleen is an experienced Nurse Practitioner with a proven track record of assisting clients in finding relief through alternative plant based medications.

With over 25 years experience in women’s health, Kathleen has extensive experience in looking after female veterans who experience chronic pain, anxiety, PTSD and related insomnia (at unacceptably high rates); women experiencing chronic pain associated with endometriosis or other chronic pelvic pain syndromes; sexual health, vulvovaginal pain, pain with intercourse, and pain related to menopause.

After experiencing the positive effects plant based medicine had on patients in the USA, Kathleen undertook the training/education to become a certified cannabis prescriber. After moving to Canberra from the USA, Kathleen became an authorised prescriber in Australia. 

Kathleen is driven by her passion to help patients on their healthcare journey through alternative medication.