Dr Danielle Delaney

Dr Danielle Delaney

MBBS FRACS (UROL)

Dr Danielle Delaney is an experienced Paediatric and Adult Urological Surgeon who has practised Urology in metropolitan and rural NSW and Victoria and she has worked on a voluntary basis in Shanghai, China. She has served as Head of the Department of Urology at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick where she continues to work regularly.

Dr Delaney is well known for her empathic patient care. Dr Delaney will take a wholistic approach to your child and their problem with their bladder, as from years of experience in this area she knows it is simply not a “lazy bladder” or your child doing it “on purpose”.

Find out more about Dr Delaney on her website: www.drdanielledelaney.com.au

Dr Katherine Roy

Dr Kathy Roy

FRACGP, DIP PAED, MBBS, B.SCI

Dr Kathy Roy is a general practitioner working in the lower North Shore since 2005.

She graduated from the University of NSW with honours in 1997. As a student and undergraduate she enjoyed working in a broad spectrum of environments ranging from Prince of Wales hospital and Sydney children’s hospital to the mount Druitt Aboriginal medical centre and Kathmandu. Her ongoing specialty interests are Paediatrics and women’s health. She obtained a diploma of Paediatrics in 2002 and is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practicioner’s.

Kathy continues to train in the management of daytime incontinence and bedwetting under the mentorship of her friend and colleague Dr Danielle Delaney. She is a member of the continence foundation of Australia and the international Children’s continence society.

Kathy is the mother of two teenage children and enjoys cooking, travel, pilates, ceramics and playing the piano.She is excited by the possibility of establishing an incontinence service in Sydney with Dr Delaney.

The Physiotherapy Clinic

Dr Danielle Delaney has collaborated over the past 2 years with Joelene Murdoch, Director at The Physiotherapy Clinic to train Physiotherapists with experience in adult Continence physiotherapy to provide specialised services for children with a fun and friendly approach.