Oliver Lily BSc MB ChB MD FRCP
Dr Oliver Lily obtained his degree in Medicine and Pharmacology at the University of Leeds. He trained at St James University Hospital in Leeds before doing research in Oxford. He was appointed Consultant Neurologist at Leeds General Infirmary in 2005 and is an Honorary Senior Lecturer at Leeds University. He has ten years’ experience treating difficult headaches and migraines and is one of the first Neurologists in Yorkshire to use botulinum toxin treatment for chronic migraines. He has been interviewed by BBC Radio Leeds about the use of Botox in migraines. He is married with four daughters and enjoys playing bass guitar in a band made up of dads from his daughters primary school.
Erica Wright: Nurse Specialist
With 22 years clinical experience in various specialities including A & E, surgical wards, clinics as well as telephone triage, Erica has spent the last 13 years dedicated to enhancing her advanced neurotoxin skills. As a nurse prescriber Erica has a special interest in the use of Botox for the treatment of chronic migraines and is passionate about improving a migraine sufferers quality of life be that through the use of appropriate medications or alternative therapies.
Kevin Farley: Chartered Physiotherapist
Kevin is a Chartered Physiotherapist who specialises in musculoskeletal medicine.
As a physio Kevin has worked in the NHS, the M.O.D, professional sport and private practice, treating and rehabilitating all kinds of musculoskeletal conditions .In his current role Kevin works closely with GPs, receiving referrals for various disorders, of which migraines are of a specific interest.
Michaela Midgley D.Hyp PDCB Hyp MBSCH: Clinical Hypnotherapist
Michaela is qualified in Clinical Hypnotherapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy & EMDR having trained at London College of Clinical Hypnosis, Thames Valley University. She has a private practice in Leeds and also has worked at St James’s Hospital helping patients in the management of pain. Michaela has a personal interest in the treatment of migraines as she has been a migraine sufferer and therefore understands the impact they can have. The use of hypnotherapy helps to manage the frequency of the migraines and reduce the level of symptoms, and can also help with certain triggers that bring them on.