Migraine
Specialist

Brisbane

Specialists in Headaches and Migraines ledby Neurologists

Streamlined Assessment Headache Clinic.
No referral required!



    Migraine
    Specialist

    Brisbane

    Specialists in Headaches and Migraines ledby Neurologists

    Streamlined Assessment Headache Clinic.
    No referral required!

    ENQUIRE NOW

    Migraine Specialist
    Brisbane

    Specialists in Headaches
    and Migraines led
    by Neurologists

    Streamlined Assessment Headache Clinic. No referral required to see our GP (with special interest in migraine & headaches)!

    ENQUIRE NOW

    What is a migraine?

    A migraine is a neurological disorder that affects a high proportion of the global population.

    Generally, migraine attacks are limited to one side of the head and are felt as a throbbing pain. In order for a person to meet the classification of having experienced a migraine, they must have had 5 or more attacks within their lifetime, each lasting 4-72 hours, that cause limitations to the daily routines of the individual.

    Migraines, unlike headaches, are generally accompanied by other symptoms including but not limited to: light sensitivity, sound sensitivity and/or nausea.

    Learn more about migraines

    Migraines are a serious neurological disorder

    As migraines are complex in nature, they often require specialist treatment plans, above and beyond the important treatments that are offered over-the-counter (OTC) at pharmacies or from GPs.

    Migraines affect 13% of the population

    Migraines have a massive impact on the population. They not only cause immense pain and impact daily routine – the weight of them can also impact our mental state, home life and work life.

    Women are twice as likely to be affected than men

    Up to 18% of women are affected by migraines, a rate almost double that of men

    You’ve experienced a migraine if…

    You’ve experienced 5 or more throbbing headache attacks, that have lasted between 4 and 72 hours and included nausea or light/sound sensitivity, and have been severe enough to impact routine daily activity.

    What is a migraine?

    A migraine is a neurological disorder that affects a high proportion of the global population.

    Generally, migraine attacks are limited to one side of the head and are felt as a throbbing pain. In order for a person to meet the classification of having experienced a migraine, they must have had 5 or more attacks within their lifetime, each lasting 4-72 hours, that cause limitations to the daily routines of the individual.

    Migraines, unlike headaches, are generally accompanied by other symptoms including but not limited to: light sensitivity, sound sensitivity and/or nausea.

    Learn more about migraines

    Migraines are a serious neurological disorder

    As migraines are complex in nature, they often require specialist treatment plans, above and beyond the important treatments that are offered over-the-counter (OTC) at pharmacies or from GPs.

    Migraines affect 13% of the population

    Migraines have a massive impact on the population. They not only cause immense pain and impact daily routine – the weight of them can also impact our mental state, home life and work life.

    Women are twice as likely to be affected than men

    Up to 18% of women are affected by migraines, a rate almost double that of men

    You’ve experienced a migraine if…

    You’ve experienced 5 or more throbbing headache attacks, that have lasted between 4 and 72 hours and included nausea or light/sound sensitivity, and have been severe enough to impact routine daily activity.

    Our approach
    to treatment

    No two patients are the same, and as such we create tailored treatment plans to best suit your individual needs, whether your treatment requires a GP or a Neurologist.

    Following your initial assessment with our registered nurse, and first consultation, your individualised management plan will be provided. The timing of further clinical follow up will depend on your particular treatment plan, and your response to this. We can also offer, in the event of an acute treatment breakthrough- an Occipital Nerve Block (ONB).

    Our approach
    to treatment

    No two patients are the same, and as such we create tailored treatment plans to best suit your individual needs, whether your treatment requires a GP or a Neurologist.

    Following your initial assessment with our registered nurse, and first consultation, your individualised management plan will be provided. The timing of further clinical follow up will depend on your particular treatment plan, and your response to this. We can also offer, in the event of an acute treatment breakthrough- an Occipital Nerve Block (ONB).

    Our Mission

    Create Effective Treatment Plans

    We make it our mission to achieve positive treatment results for, and positive feedback from, our patients.

    Reduce Migraine Emergencies

    With specialist experience and effective treatment plans, we aim to significantly reduce emergency migraine treatments and patient trips to the emergency department.

    Improve The Lives of Our Patients

    We understand that migraines can be extremely debilitating and make it our key mission to have measurable, positive impacts on the quality of life of our patients.

     
    Speak to one of our specialist staff to see if this treatment is right for you
    Get in touch
    Speak to one of our specialist staff to see if this treatment is right for you
    Get in touch

    Dr Nicole Limberg MBBS, FRACP

    Neurologist and Director of Migraine Specialist

    Dr Nicole Limberg is a Neurologist and the Director of Migraine Specialist in Spring Hill, Brisbane. The clinic is the largest dedicated headache and migraine clinic in QLD, and specializes in the treatment of chronic migraines, including the provision of injection therapies. Dr Limberg has participated as an investigator in further research of chronic migraine therapy, most recently, data from her clinic has contributed to a retrospective chart review for the efficacy of nerve blocking injection therapy for the prophylaxis of chronic migraine in Australian clinical practice.

    Dr Limberg provides training and education on the topic of chronic migraine therapy to her medical colleagues. She was recently selected to be part of an international mentor scheme in this capacity. She is also dedicated to improved patient education of the condition, and contributes to our blog, which Feedspot voted in the Top 50 Migraine Blogs and Websites to follow in 2018.

    Dr Limberg is a member of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Neurologists (ANZAN), as well as the Australian and New Zealand Headache Society (ANZHS). More recently she successfully completed the ANZHS, in collaboration with the International Headache Society (IHS), Headache Master School.

    Learn more about our team

    Streamlined Assessment Headache Clinic.
    No referral required!

    Specialists in Headaches and Migraines led by Neurologists

    1300 MYMIGRAINE
    (1300 696 447)
    07 3831 1611

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    St Andrew’s Place Level 2 Suite 312, 33 North Street Spring Hill 4000

    Business Hours

    Monday – Thursday 8.30am – 4pm
    Friday 9.30am -2.30pm
    Saturday, Sunday: Closed

    Streamlined Assessment Headache Clinic. No referral required to see our GP (with special interest in migraine & headaches)!

    ENQUIRE NOW

    Specialists in Headaches and Migraines led by Neurologists


    07 3831 1611

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