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EEG Clinic 



New EEG clinic equipped with state-of-the-art technology.


Diagnostic reports are available for the following conditions; seizure, epilepsy, head injuries and sleep disorders.

Electroencephalography (EEG) is a diagnostic test used to measure electrical activity in the brain. It involves the attachment of electrodes onto the scalp. In your brain, the cells communicate through electrical impulses and are constantly active, even during sleep. This activity is detected on an EEG recording. 


EEG is the main diagnostic method for epilepsy, it can also be useful in diagnosing brain tumours, and damage from a head injury, and dysfunction; it is also used to diagnose sleep disorders, inflammation of the brain, and strokes. 


Reporting Clinicians 

Professor Peter Silburn AM

Dr Richard White

Clinical Scientist

Simon Issa

Patient Information

Please refer to the patient information sheet for details on what to expect, preparation, and additional information about EEGs.


Feel free to refer any patients to us using the referral template provided.


Referrals must be sent via the following:
Fax 07 3839 3588 

OR Medical Objects to
Prof. Peter Silburn 0809413L

OR Dr Richard White 452311KJ


EEG Referral
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