Dr. Libby Dickens

Dr. Libby Dickens

Founder Director

BDS Dental Surgery & MS Pharmacology (University of Otago, NZ)
BS Psychology (Santa Clara University, USA)
Certified Fitgenes Practitioner
Member of ACNEM (The Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine)

I have suffered from chronic migraines for over 25 years. Under the care of GP's, neurologists, endocrinologists, etc. I have tried what seems like every medical and non-medical treatment out there except for surgery. Unfortunately, few have helped, some treatments have actually made me worse, and none have decreased the frequency of my migraine attacks. Triptan medications often relieve my migraine attacks, but even these have come with a host of confounding complications such as: migraine rebound, increased frequency, negative side effects, and serotonin syndrome. Refusing to submit to a life of pain, I have never given up on finding a way to get better.

By searching around the world to find the best non-pharmaceutical, non-surgical migraine treatments available I have achieved the results I used to believe were just a dream. I feel it is my responsibility to create the opportunity to share this amazing experience with other migraine sufferers like us. To save you the cost, time, and effort of seeking out each of these expert treatments individually, I formed The Migraine Clinic. The Migraine Clinic brings these experts to you in one place, at one time, with one goal; to assist in improving your migraine condition. Our specialized formula for treatment coordination greatly enhances the effectiveness of each individual therapy, specifically, aiming to reduce your migraine frequency, severity, and duration while improving your response to medication.

Scientific publications
  • Lindsay L, Liu P, Gliddon C, Zheng Y, Smith PF, and Darlington CL (2005). Cytosolic glucocorticoid receptors in the rat vestibular nucleus and hippocampus following unilateral vestibular deafferentation. Experimental Brain Research 162: 309-314.
  • Liu P, Gliddon CM, Lindsay L, Darlington CL, and Smith PF (2004). Glucocorticoid and mineralocorticoid receptor expression in the rat perirhinal and entorhinal cortex. Journal of Vestibular Research 14: 6, 411-417.
  • McClea P, Agnew A, Jo J, and Lindsay L (2011). The environmental sustainability of dental practice. New Zealand Dental Journal 107: 1, 24-26.

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