No Scalpel Open Ended Vasectomy
Minimally invasive procedure
No scalpel vasectomy is designed to improve patient acceptability. Reduces operating time and complications.
Comfort and privacy a priority
Dedicated operating room heated to ensure patient comfort. Qualified nursing assistant. Effective and well tolerated analgesia.
Affordable and accessible
Competitive pricing and bulk billed initial consultation. Out of pocket approximately $350 to medicare card holders for the procedure.
Dr. Rob Burns
I look forward to discussing your options and assisting you. If you decide that vasectomy is right for you. I will provide up to date advice, safety, comfort and a listening ear in order to achieve the best possible outcome.
Dr Burns graduated from the University of Queensland in 1991. He was posted initially to the Royal Brisbane and Womens Hospital and attained the position of Medical Registrar over a period of 4 years.
After spending 6 months as an in house medical officer at Sunnybank Private Hospital ICU he started work as a rural GP in Tara (300klm west of Brisbane). He practised there between 1995 and 2002. This has provided him a broad range of experience in managing medical and surgical conditions often in urgent situations. He gained experience in taking and reading Xrays (incl Spinal) and performing ultrasound as a necessary adjunct to serving a rural population. He achieved both the FRACGP and the FACRRM whilst living and working in Tara.
After re-locating to Toowoomba, Dr Burns enjoyed admitting rights to St Andrew's and St Vincent's hospitals for his more complex patients as well as a busy private practice at The Range Medical Centre.
Since moving to Brisbane in late 2007, he has worked in Kenmore, Jindalee, Murrumba Downs and now Aspley.
On moving to Aspley in 2014, he became inspired by Dr Trevor Sauer who has now retired from a busy vasectomy practice at the Aspley Hypermarket. He has been assisted and mentored by Dr Alan Wallace from Townsville and Dr Mark Elvy from Coffs Harbour and Sydney in acquiring the skills to perform vasectomy. He currently provides medical and vasectomy services to the people of Aspley and the surrounding suburbs of north Brisbane at the Aspley Medical Centre.