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This page is here to provide you with a growing list of medical practitioners recommended by current sufferers. These GPs and specialists are ones who are well informed about Cluster Headaches, and are up to date with current treatments. They understand the depth of pain associated with them, and members have found them to be very understanding and willing to listen.

There are people who would welcome a chat with you if you are considering harming yourself as a way to escape the pain. Please contact them.

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South Australia

Dr J. Con O’Connor - MB ChB

(08) 8550 2000
89 Rowley Rd Aldinga Beach
Aldinga, Adelaide, sa

member comment:
CH "aware" GP. Has seen CH cases before. Prompt referral to specialist treatment and good follow up. Servicing Southern Adelaide.


Angaston Medical Centre

08 85 642266
46 Murray Street
Angaston, sa

member comment:
This practice has several Doctors who have good knowledge on CH.


Dr Casse



Adelaide, sa

member comment:
Neurologist. Very with it and helpful; extremely hard to get to see him. Recommend getting GP to contact.


Professor Paul Rolan

paul.rolan@adelaide.
Pain Management Unit @ the Royal Adelaide Hospital
Adelaide, sa

member comment:
Professor Paul Rolan Professor Paul Rolan is an Adelaide medical graduate who has been working in the UK for the past 20 years. He was medical director of Medeval, a clinical pharmacology contract research organisation owned by the University of Manchester. He was principal investigator in over 600 clinical pharmacology studies and in the later years had a heavy focus on evaluating potential new therapies for pain, including the development and refinement of a number of experimental pain models that were used to profile new compounds. He arrived back in Adelaide last year to take up the post of Professor of Clinical Pharmacology at the University of Adelaide. His main research interest is in the development of new compounds for neuropathic pain and how to deal with opioidrelated hyperalgesia. He also works at the Pain Management Unit at the Royal Adelaide Hospital principally seeing patients with problematic headache.


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