Research at Melbourne Headache Centre
Research Active Clinic
What does it mean for the Melbourne Headache Centre to be a research active clinic?
It means that our therapists are on the cutting edge of the latest research, working hand in hand with experts in the field to continue the scientific validation of the results we see every day.
Below is a list of projects that are either completed, currently active, and being developed.
Persistent post-concussion syndrome, Vestibular Migraine
The Melbourne Headache Centre is collaborating with new partners to further investigate the role of brainstem sensitisation in PCS and VM.
Research design phase
Chronic nausea and vomiting case study. The Melbourne Headache Centre through collaboration with the University of South Australia, completed a case study with one patient.
Data collection completed
Manuscript being drafted
Vestibular Migraine case series. The Melbourne Headache Centre through collaboration with the University of South Australia, completed a series of three patients.
Draft manuscript completed
Migraine with aura case series. The Melbourne Headache Centre was one of four clinics from Australia and New Zealand to collaborate with the University of South Australia, contributing two out of eight patients.
Submitted for publication