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Spine Plus

Spine Plus

Show Phone NumberBrisbane Private Hospital Level 7, 259 Wickham Tce, Spring Hill, QLD, 4000
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Spinal Rehabilitation - Neck and Back Injury
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About Spine Plus

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Accreditations

  • MBBS - Bachelor of Medical and Bachelor of Surgery (Australia) 
  • FRACS - Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (Australia) 

Provides

Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy

 
Physiotherapist Consultation
 
Spinal Rehabilitation - Neck and Back Injury

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Dr Paul Licina

Biography:
M.B.,B.S. (Hons), F.R.A.C.S. (Orth), F.A.O.A., Adjunct Professor, QUT, is a spinal surgeon based at the Brisbane Private Hospital on Wickham Terrace, Brisbane. He qualified as an orthopaedic surgeon in Queensland and then undertook further spinal training under world-renowned spinal surgeon John Webb in Nottingham, England. Although his primary interest is degenerative spinal conditions, in particular back pain, he treats all conditions of the spine. Despite his busy private practice, he devotes considerable time to research and education. He helped establish the AO Spine Centre of Excellence in Brisbane and oversaw its incorporation into the QUT Orthopaedic and Trauma Research Group, and has been granted the title of Adjunct Professor by the QUT. More recently he has established the Brisbane Private Hospital Spine Research Group. He has traveled extensively both nationally and internationally as faculty for various spine courses and conferences. He has published a number of papers, and was involved in ground-breaking research involving spinal cord injury, being part of the team that performed the world's first transplant of specialized olfactory cells into the spinal cord of a paralysed patient in an attempt to develop a technique to promote spinal cord recovery. His current research interests involve computer-assisted image-guided surgery and less invasive spinal surgery including bone graft alternatives.

Dr Brendan Moore

Biography:
Specialist pain medicine physician who has worked in private practice in central Brisbane for the past 12 years. As part of the SpinePlus team, Dr Moore assists patients who suffer from persistent pain, providing comprehensive, individualised care. As a pain medicine specialist physician, Dr Moore has a holistic approach to pain management assessing the role of pain related medication, physical therapies, psychological advice and interventional spinal therapies where appropriate including epidural corticosteroid injections, nerve and joint injections and radiofrequency neurotomy ablations. Dr Moore is a QLD medical graduate whose specialist medical training included three years of advanced study in Ireland. Dr Moore is currently the Dean to the Faculty of Pain Medicine of the Australian and New Zealand College of Anesthetists, having been on the Board for the faculty since 2005. He has had extensive input into Faculty policy development in areas of Specialist training and Training Unit Accreditation. Dr Moore has an appointment as an Associate Professor at the University of Queensland Centre for Integrated Preclinical drug development. He continues an active interest in research and education including significant contribution to initiatives in primary care medical education in the field of Pain Medicine.

Mr Stephen Boyd

Job Title:
  Physiotherapist
Biography:
Physiotherapy from the University of Queensland in 1984. He gained post-graduate experience, particularly in the areas of Orthopaedics and Spinal Injuries while working at the Princess Alexandra Hospital. Stephen spent the next 25 years developing his skills in both inpatient and outpatient settings across Brisbane. He has had the opportunity to work alongside Orthopaedic Surgeons and Spinal Surgeons in various settings, assisting with conservative management, pre-operative, post-operative, and outpatient care. Stephen’s physiotherapy protocols are adapted to suit the needs of his patients with consideration of best clinical practice and current surgical procedures. His private physiotherapy practice has expanded to cover several locations in private hospitals and outpatient clinics around Brisbane city. His team of physiotherapists provide quality care in these settings. Throughout his professional career, Stephen has held positions on committees at the state and national level of the Australian Physiotherapy Association. He has also been a member of a number of committees within private hospitals around Brisbane. He is currently on the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal as a State Government appointed assessor in physiotherapy matters. Since 1999, Stephen has provided physiotherapy care for Dr Licina’s spinal patients, both surgical and non-surgical. This association has now developed into regular combined clinics with Dr Licina and Exercise Physiologist, Nathan Wade, to optimise patient rehabilitation.
Show Phone NumberBrisbane Private Hospital Level 7, 259 Wickham Tce, Spring Hill, QLD, 4000