Referring to Sunshine Coast Brain & Spine Surgeons

Referrals can be addressed to either individual surgeons or to Sunshine Coast Brain & Spine and we will allocate to the most appropriate surgeon.

Our preferred method of receiving referrals is via Medical Objects electronic delivery.

Alternatively, you can send your referral:

ONLINE:  Fill out our online referral form, here.

FAX:           07 5493 6100

POST:        Pulse Oceanside Medical, Suite 506, Level 4, 11 Eccles Bvd, Birtinya QLD 4575

Sunshine Coast Brain & Spine gives you access to leading surgeons who will share their experience and knowledge in an open forum.

All events are complimentary, including food and beverages and include your Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) points. Click here for information on our upcoming events.

Once a year, we also hold our annual weekend CPD Conference, click here to find out more about this prestigious event. 

We thank all of our sponsors for their ongoing support, we would not be able to run our extensive CPD Program without them.

Research is an important part of medicine and Sunshine Coast Brain & Spine foster research through our close association with the Newro Foundation. The Newro Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation and registered charity seeking to develop new ideas and new research for new hope in the fields of neurology, neurosurgery, spinal surgery and the Newro Foundation Logoneurosciences. Through our extensive research and many clinical trials, it is our goal to improve the treatment and post-operative care of patients so that they can return to a normal life as quickly as possible.

The current research activities of the Newro Foundation are wide-ranging. As well as monitoring our treatment outcomes in our current clinical practice, they are also involved in research in many areas of neurosurgical practice.

Our current interests include Lab researchadvances in the treatment of brain tumours, surgical treatment of movement disorders, treatment of spinal conditions including complex spinal surgery and minimal access spinal/keyhole surgery, as well as skull base conditions such as pituitary tumours and acoustic neuromas.

Please visit the Newro Foundation website for more details.