Dr Angstmann undertook training in Obstetrics & Gynaecology in Sydney at Royal North Shore Hospital. He subsequently worked in Canberra and established a fertility practice with Genea. Gynaecology aspects of this practice included minimally invasive options with a full suite of robotic and endosurgical treatments available. After a working sabbatical in the Northern Territory and rural Australia, Dr Angstmann relocated to Melbourne in 2019 and has been working in a variety of senior clinical and leadership roles. He is a RANZCOG training supervisor and site accreditation team leader.
BSc(Chem) UNSW 1999
MBBS USYD 2005
MRMed UNSW 2012
APPOINTMENTS & MEMBERSHIPS
Frances Perry House
Linacre Private Hospital
Peninsula Private Hospital
Holmesglen Private Hospital
Royal Women's Hospital
Bass Coast Health
Senior Lecturer in Obstetrics and Gynaecology- Monash University
Member of AGES, ASCCP, FSA, ESHRE, ASUM, IST, ACOG, AMA, ATMA.
I think that in tackling any medical problem, it is important to consider the full spectrum of treatment options. Surgery, whilst always an answer, is not always the answer. I believe in complementary approaches and in forming therapeutic partnerships and teams. There are highly effective medical and non-surgical options for a range of gynaecological conditions.
When appropriate, I present surgical options that use the most appropriate minimally invasive technique.
I have a special interest in, both laparoscopic and hysteroscopic fertility related procedures. This includes excisional procedures for endometriosis.
As well as fertility procedures I provide expert laparoscopic or robotic hysterectomy.
I am a teacher and an innovator. I am active in medical education at all levels and have presented my research nationally and internationally.