Dr Ginni Mansberg

Ginni Mansberg
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A GP for over 20 years, Dr Ginni Mansberg brings warmth, humanity and, most of all, humour to her advice on health and wellbeing. 

Ginni is one of Australia’s best known and most trusted health and wellbeing experts. Ginni is currently appearing on our screens as the resident Doctor on Lifestyle’s Embarrassing Bodies series. She is also the resident doctor on Channel 7’s Sunrise and Morning Show, where she walks viewers through everything from acne to tuberculosis, premenstrual syndrome to heart disease. 

Ginni is the resident health expert for Women’s Health magazine, providing her readers with the hard to find answers to the most niggling health questions. With a Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism, she is also a columnist for Practical Parenting and That’s Life! magazines as well as writing regular contributions as our Club GP.

She is the author of three books; "Why am I so Tired?", "How to Get your Mojo Back" and her latest book, "How to Handle your Hormones". With all these titles, and her broader experience, Ginni is sought after as a speaker on wellness, work life balance, the role of social media in medicine as well as a wide range of health related topics. 

Ginni reaches out to audiences through Twitter and Facebook as well as her popular blog, www.drginni.com

In her general practice in Sydney’s Sans Souci, Ginni has a special interest in women’s health and paediatrics. She is also a supervisor in the Medical faculty of the University of Notre Dame. A speculum in one hand and a tissue box in the other to mop up tears of relief and pain, Ginni says being a GP and sharing in the lives of her patients keeps her grounded. 

Despite such a busy career, life for Ginni doesn’t end when she leaves the surgery – she’s also a wife and mum in a blended family of eight. She is also a proud ambassador for Barnardos Mother of the Year, General Practice Registrars Association and on the Advisory Board of the Australian Cervical Cancer Foundation. 

Dr Ginni's top 5 articles

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Depression during pregnancy

 

The information on this site does not constitute advice and should not be relied upon in making, or refraining from making, any decision. The information on this site should not replace the expertise of qualified professionals, and if you have any concerns, you should always consult a qualified professional.

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