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Woo

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I'd like to see a Neurologist that specialises in CH in Newcastle preferably although I will travel to Sydney if necessary. Can anyone recommend a good one?This post was edited on 23/01/2016 at 11:15 am
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Grant

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Dr David Sharpe in Randwick, he is one of Australia's best, there is also a good neurologist on the sunshine coast in Queensland Dr Peter Patrikious who studied under Dr Sharpe.
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Sandy9789

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nice post thanks for sharing
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shrek_2226

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Also, Associate Professor Alessandro Zagami is one of Australia's leading headache specialists and consults at Randwick and Kogarah. He is particularly interested in cluster headaches but unfortunately has a very unique bedside manner.
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Charlie-1A328B600E

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Hi
Anybody know of a headache specialist in Perth WA .
I need a specialist to advise work .
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Maendeleo

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shrek_2226 said:
"Also, Associate Professor Alessandro Zagami is one of Australia's leading headache specialists and consults at Randwick and Kogarah. He is particularly interested in cluster headaches but unfortunately has a very unique bedside manner."


Have just visited Zagami, (on recommendation from queens Sq clinic in London which seems to be one of the leaders in CH) and understand the bedside manner comment! Appears to be just his way as seems pleasant enough after that. Was disappointed he wasn't interested in the vitamin D I've been taking to prevent it. His preferred method is GONB followed by verapamil.
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