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.
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.
Dr Nicole Limberg MBBS, FRACP
Neurologist and Director of Migraine Specialist