Dr. Peter Georgius

Dr. Peter Georgius

Pain Medicine Specialist, FFPMANZCA
Rehabilitation Physician, FAFRM

Dr Peter Georgius is an accomplished specialist who holds a dual Fellowship in both Rehabilitation and Pain Medicine. He is a Fellow of the Australian Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine, the Royal Australian College of Physicians, and the Faculty of Pain Medicine, Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists.

Dr Georgius embarked on his career by completing Basic Surgical Training in Melbourne in 2002, after which he went on to achieve his Pain Fellowship in Tasmania in 2004. In 2007 he completed his Fellowship in Rehabilitation Medicine in Melbourne. Dr. Georgius established his pain practice on the Sunshine Coast in 2008 and has held appointments as the Director of the Rehabilitation Unit at Nambour Selangor Private Hospital and Noosa Private Hospital. Dr Georgius is the Director and Principle Investigator of Sunshine Coast Clinical Research (SCCR) a research organisation that he established and that is involved in numerous national and international clinical research trials.

Dr Georgius currently works full time in private practice with suites in Noosa Heads and the Sunshine Coast University Hospital (SCUPH). He also provides consultant services at Selangor Private Hospital Rehabilitation Unit, Sunshine Coast University Private Hospital (SCUPH) and Noosa Private Hospital Day Rehabilitation Unit.

Dr Georgius provides a multidisciplinary approach to pain management and has expertise in advanced pain management techniques, such as diagnostic blocks, radiofrequency neurotomies, dorsal column stimulators, and peripheral nerve stimulators. He has extensive experience managing the rehabilitation of patients with complex conditions. Additionally, he has expertise in complex pain conditions such as Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) and employs the latest techniques in assessment and therapy, including neuroplasticity therapies such as Graded Motor Imagery. Dr Georgius is actively involved in national and international CRPS research and has several publications in the area. Additionally, he offers emerging therapies for chronic pain including Medical Cannabis and Scrambler Therapy. Dr Georgius’s knowledge and specialist approach to patient care make him a highly respected and sought-after medical professional in the sector of pain management and rehabilitation.

Dr Georgius’s commitment to further discoveries and innovation within his field is showcased by his multiple publications in peer-reviewed journals, as well as his contributions to national and international medical conferences. Additionally, he is a nationally and internationally requested speaker and a medical consultant to medical device and research companies. Dr Georgius’s expertise and passion for his profession continues to positively impact the lives of many patients.

  • Fellow of the Australian & New Zealand College of Anaesthetists (Faculty of Pain Medicine)
  • Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine)
  • Member of the International Neuromodulation Society (Australian Chapter)
  • Australian Medical Association (AMA)
  • International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP)

Three-Year Durability of Restorative Neurostimulation Effectiveness in Patients With Chronic Low Back Pain and Multifidus Muscle Dysfunction, September 2023.
Read more https://www.neuromodulationjournal.org/article/S1094-7159(22)01254-5/fulltext

Long-Term Safety Of Spinal Cord Stimulation Systems In A Prospective, Global Registry Of Patients With Chronic Pain. 2023. Read more https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/36691862/

Po166 / #706 Pain Relief Outcomes Using Neuromodulation Systems With Multiple Waveform And Programming Modalities: An Australian Case-Series. 2022.G Read more

Taxonomy and Pain Clinic Patients (2022). Read more https://journals.lww.com/pain/citation/2022/08000/taxonomy_and_pain_clinic_patients.26.aspxE964.

Long-Term Outcomes of Restorative Neurostimulation in Patients With Refractory Chronic Low Back Pain Secondary to Multifidus Dysfunction: Two-Year Results of the ReActiv8-B Pivotal Trial, Dec 2021. Read more https://www.neuromodulationjournal.org/article/S1094-7159(21)06386-8/fulltext

Durability Of The Therapeutic Effect Of Restorative Neurostimulation For Refractory Chronic Low Back Pain. 2021 Read more https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34242440/

Consensus Recommendations On Dosing And Administration Of Medical Cannabis To Treat Chronic Pain: Results Of A Modified Delphi Process.  (2021) Read more

Commentary On: Outcomes Of Amputation Due To Long-Standing Therapy- Resistant Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Type 1. 2020 Read more

Novel immune biomarkers in complex regional pain syndrome, 2020. Read more

Novel immune biomarkers in complex regional pain syndrome. 2020. Read more

The changing face of complex regional pain syndrome treatment. In book: Australasian Anaesthesia. 2019. Read more

Leptin and Associated Mediators of Immunometabolic Signaling: Novel Molecular Outcome Measures for Neurostimulation to Treat Chronic Pain. 2019. Read more

A new hypothesis for the pathophysiology of complex regional pain syndrome, 2018. Read more

New Therapy for Refractory Chronic Mechanical Low Back Pain—Restorative Neurostimulation to Activate the Lumbar Multifidus: One Year Results of a Prospective Multicenter Clinical Trial. 2017. Read more https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/ner.12741

Targeting the cause, not just the symptoms: A new treatment for chronic low back pain – results of the
ReActiv8-A trial. 2016. Read more https://www.jsams.org/article/S1440-2440(16)30310-3/fulltext

Healing of brain abscess by secondary intention: Case report (December 2003). Read more

Cancer cells circulate. Can we prevent their metastatic spread? ANZ Journal of Surgery (2001), 71, (Suppl) A70, Fedorine S., Dahlstrom J., Georgius P., Akaishi T., Nishihira T., Sasano H., Abe K., Moris S.

Some experiences in laboratory data collection at the hospital ward level. Proceedings from Health Informatics Conference, (November 2000), Hartley T., Georgius P. 

A novel method to remove an unusual intravesical foreign body (Blu-Tack, trademark). 2000. Read more https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/11069389/

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