My Address

Note my recent change:

As of the 6th October 2015, My address is:

The Caboolture SuperClinic,

Corner George and Bertha Street,

Caboolture. (Opposite Centrelink.)

From the Bruce Highway, exit at the main Caboolture/Bribie island interchange(Exit 152)

The exit will take you into King Street. Continue until just past the Caboolture Park Shopping Centre, turn Right into George Street and the Clinic will be 100 metres further on. Enter from George Street, opposite Centrelink.

Caboolture Super Clinic - Location Map

Tel No (07) 5315 8888.


Access is easy from the Caboolture Railway Station. Exit the Station along Bertha Street and the Clinic will be a few blocks further on.




  1. Thank you. I went to the Dr last week as I booked in for a blood letting and they refused to take blood as they said my haemoglobin was in a normal range and I don’t have Haemeochromatosis. I went the the Red cross to donate blood today but refused as you said I have haemeochromatosis so , Wheres a razor

  2. See your GP and ask him/her to take 300 ml blood from you. Ignore the red cross as it is too bureaucratic.

  3. Read my web site for the section on the MTHFR mutation

  4. Louise again. I dont know if it makes any difference but I didn’t get a chance to tell you I also have MTHFR gene mutation

  5. Hi, Louise here , I seen you today at 9.40 am and I have no other way of contacting you. I just contacted the Red Cross for you to refer me for therapeutic donations for Haemochromatosis but when i fill in the 2 main parts . Haemo. Genetics and Ferritin which is H63D HETEROZYGOUS and FERRITIN 424 It says Im not eligible… ## Your patient is ineligible for therapeutic venesection because they do not have the gene combination (ie C282Y/C282Y or C282Y/H63D) that predisposes to iron overload. It is extremely rare for patients who have only one gene (eg.H63D or C282Y) or other gene combinations (eg.H63D/H63D) to have an inherited form of iron overload. Other more likely causes of a high ferritin (>200) need to be considered (Learn more).

    If you have adequately excluded other causes for high ferritin and your patient would like to become a volunteer blood donor please print off Isolated High Ferritin Form, complete, sign and give to donor to bring in to the Blood Service at their first donation.

    If however you believe your patient has iron overload on the basis of a diagnostic response to sequential phlebotomy and/or FerriScan and/or liver biopsy please email Request for Individual Assessment to the Blood Service Therapeutic Help Desk at for individual assessment of eligibility by a Blood Service Specialist Medical Practitioner. Individual assessment may take up to two weeks to process. ##

  6. LDN may benefit you. Ring for a telephone appointment. If you cannot get one email me privately and i will see if i can fit you in.

  7. I can do a telephone consultation. Ring my office to arrange.

  8. Hi, I live in Sydney and would love to see the Dr. ,what are my options?

  9. Hello,

    I sent through an email last week, but I am yet to hear back.

    I am 29 years old and suffer from the MTHFR dna defect which has effected almost every angle of my life this far. Two years ago I almost died due to a bad reactions with antidepressants. It was after that I was tested for MTHFR and diagnosed with MTHFR Homozygous C677t. My methylation system works at under 20%.

    I have also had issues with a ‘fatty liver’ which is concerning me as many people in my family have died due to liver conditions. My mother is currently in hospital being treated for Lung Cancer and a growth on her liver.

    I also suffer from PCOS but found no help using the pill of Metformin.

    My most recent issue however is Raynaurds and Vasospasms in my nipples and spine. I have been working with my GP, neurologist and rheumatologist with still no treatment options available. I have been told to ‘Rug up’ ‘Move to Queensland’ or ‘Try hypnosis’. None of which are a treatment option.

    I have looked into the use of LDN for my current issues and have spoken to several doctors and specialists but no one in Melbourne has heard of LDN or the use I want it for.

    I am at my whits end, Im exhausted and close to being broke due to all these specialist appointments and tests with nothing to show for it.

    I desperately want to try LDN for my condition in hopes of living a normal life and returning back to the workforce (Currently unemployed due to medical issues).

    Please help me.

  10. Rebecca Mosley

    Hi there just wondering if you prescribe naltrexone for alcohol addiction?

  11. Thankyou so much for the effort you put into this fabulous webpage! You have helped me and are obviously helping many others. 🙂

  12. Ring my clinic again, or email me privately for an appointment.

  13. Hello Dr Holloway. I am a 59 yr old male with low testosterone which in the past I have had injections for but am concerned with the possible cardiac symptoms associated with this therapy. I am experiencing many symptoms still. I rang your clinic and left my details but no response. That has been nearly six months ago. I’d like to have an appointment for your assessment and what treatment options you recommend.

  14. Ask for a script for LDN 4.5 when you finish your 3mg script.

  15. Sandy Stapleton

    Dear Dr. Holloway,

    My LND dose is 3mg capsule daily. How should I increase this dosage to 4.5mg daily?


    Sandra Stapleton

  16. I can fit you in on the 26th Jan 2017, if this is suitable.

  17. Turmeric and Cinnamon, and 12 gms fish oil daily will all help. The LDN should be 4.5 mg daily

  18. Sandra Stapleton

    Dear Dr Holloway,
    We have just helped our son and his family to relocate to Sydney for work.
    I am in a great deal of pain in my knees and hips from the necessary work that is involved in packing and unpacking a house full of stuff.
    My question is : Is it ok to take a turmeric based antiflamatory with the Naltrexone you have prescribed for me? Or can I increase the dose of the Naltrexone until I feel some relief?
    I look forward to hearing your advise on this matter.
    Sandra Stapleton

  19. Hi Dr Holloway, I have been wanting to see you for some time however I am 2 and a half hours drive so getting that first appointment has been diffiicult to coordinate. I rang to day as I was travelling to Brisabne early on 25\01\2017 but your books are closed. My gp has given me a script for Tibolone. Main menopause issues are lack of libdo and energy. I am 51. Previous bloods revealed low testosterone but this gp is not willing to test any hormone levels. I am uncertain about starting a synthetic treatment. Do you think it would be advisable. I am on your wait list now.
    regards Jill

  20. I do not have the answer to that so cannot help you.

  21. Hi Doctor,I am a 67 year old male that was given a Zoladax injection last December for a serious mestatised prostate cancer and now doing OK after letting it expire 4 Months ago.
    I am on a low methionine diet with supplements and appear to be doing ok but am worried that the hormones will come back at me and overwhelm my system.
    Is there anything we can do to balance my hormones before this happens?

  22. Hello dr Holloway, my mother started me on the pill early on at primary school as I experienced a lot of clotting, I was on it for most of my life from 12ish to around 32. I’m now 52. When I stopped taking the pill I also gave up smoking & became aware of ovulation, some hot flushes, mood swings, sweet cravings ( I experienced sweet cravings before pill) & sinus allergies. Around the age of 40 I began experiencing dryness, sensitive to heat, moody/emotional & slow increase of weight. I married at 41 & my symptoms have continued to my current state of peri-menopause for past 5years with last period 6months ago. Last 12 years I have put on 35 kgs, I run hot most of the time with extreme hot flushes daily & fan on at night & my legs get very itchy at times. I feel like I can’t cope with my weight & temperature. I have 2 half sisters, 1 that I know of has had gynae cancer & breast cancer & mastectomy & this makes me scared to take hormones to help my situation are you able to help me?

  23. There is a 3-4 month waiting list to see me. The natural thyroid will cost about $1 /day.

  24. Hi I have recently been diagnosed with hypothyroidism. My GP wanted to give me synthetic thyroid but I had heard of the natural thyroid. Consulted a naturopath which cost quite a lot of money to be told they are not allowed to prescribe it. My questions to you are : do you have a waiting list and what are your fees? Also what is the cost comparison on synthetic to natural thyroid. I am on a conscesion so am interested in cost.
    Thanking you
    Lyn Armstrong

  25. ok then. thx.

  26. You will need to see me to sort this out.

  27. Discuss this with me when you see me next. There is no quick answer.

  28. Hi Doctor, Just one week into my new troche’s and all is going smoothly so far. I just been wondering what does “finished and through” menopause actually mean. I mean when the hot flushes, night sweats, mood swings, sleeplessness etc are finished, what has actually happened to the body?? cheers Lorelle

  29. Hi Dr Holloway,
    I am a 51 y/o and I am suffering so badly with hot flushes that it’s almost driving me insane. I have been on HRT for around 6 yrs, I started on trisequens however I was still getting a period witch took its tole on my mood for about 2 weeks of every month so changed tol Livial which ceased my period however the hot flushes are just about driving me insane, I cannot deal with the lack of sleep very night anymore, I also suffer from anxiety which I have recently( 3 months) have been taking vsldoxon. I am at the end of my ability to cope, I am always so tired, I excercisr everyday and watch what I eat but cannot loose wt ( am 67 kg and 153 cm ) I have always been slim and never had wt problem when I was young. I am a nurse at the CCU at Caboolture hospital and work shift work so that makes my life Sven more miserable. I am going to try to get an appr. To see you but I understand you are difficult to see as you are very popular so wish me luck. Lol. Do you think you can help me with yr natural treatments ? I would really love to start enjoying life again. Thanks, looking forward to hearing from you and maybe meeting you.

  30. I am not a fan of saliva tests (see FAQ on my web-site)

  31. I do not know much about them and it is possible that it would effect your hormones

  32. LDN costs about $65 for 100 capsules (from the lowest cost pharmacists)

  33. Good day doctor. I live in Adelaide & have an appointment only in a few months with my gastroenologist to discuss low dose naltrexone for Crohn’s disease with him. Was just wondering if you could perhaps please give me an idea of what the cost would be for me.

  34. Hi Doctor
    At my visit today you informed me my Prog.was very low. Over the last 2 months I have been taking a product called Amino Boosters 4 per day. Perhaps it could be interfering with my troshes. You can find info on them at Just a thought.
    Many thanks

  35. I had Saliva tests done at 21 days which showed Cortisol at <0.2, E1,E3 and Testosterone all high (just outside top range). E2 & Progesterone lower end of normal range. Dhea 1470. Progesterone/E2 ratio 84. Dhea/Cortisol ratio undetermined. Last blood tests showed TSH 0.41 (on a slow decline) but other T4 etc all in range. These tests where taken1-2 months before my last real decline into fatigue etc. Not sure about FSH?
    Thank you!

  36. Have you had your FSH, Oestrogen, Testosterone and progesterone (late cycle) test done?

  37. Hi Dr Holloway, Really hoping you can help or point me in the right direction. Something is going on with my hormones/adrenals/thyroid and I am at my wits end as I have spent a lot of time and money and have yet got to the bottom of it. So the history is … approx. 2 years ago I overdosed on iodine that a naturopath prescribed me and ended up with a overactive thyroid which was treated with Carbinzole for approx. 6 months (via a endocrinologist) which stabilised me. A year later and I am starting to have the same symptoms of periods of extreme fatigue (3 days to 3 weeks), tremors, menstrual issues etc.
    My last period was 2 weeks late with very sore breasts and on Day 1 is when the extreme fatigue hit me. I have recently had saliva tests which showed all hormones very high (above highest range) yet Cortisol was practically zero. Dhea is fine. I also had blood tests a few months ago and tsh was quite low again although other hormones were still in range so the dr. wasn’t too concerned. I am awaiting results for blood cortisol test and have requested ths test again this week. I feel like the results will be the same but feel I am just going around in circles and not getting anywhere. Please don’t tell me I’m perimenopausal (I’m almost 46) … I’m not in denial of this ageing thing! There’s something else amiss and its a little frustrating. Can you recommend further things to consider checking … pituitary?
    I consider myself overall healthy … eat well, exercise, healthy weight etc. No family history of disease/disorders etc. Thank you!!
    Regards, Megan

  38. Barbara Cassell

    HI have an appoint for March and was requested to fill out and form. The actual form then request for me to do the DSDS Tool which I can’t find on your website. Can you please guide me to this tool.
    Barbara Cassell

  39. Make that visit ASAP as I may need to adjust your script.

  40. Dear dr Holloway , please can you tell me if my script is still ok as I don’t see you until April and have been having some worrying symptoms. Last night I noticed a yellowish crusty discharge on my nipples and one nipple is cracked and sore. I have just had on 2/11/15 a mammogram and ultrasound which were both ok. I had a pelvic ultrasound on 30/10 and there are no ovarian masses but a thickened endometrium for a post menopausal patient with associated fluid. I have been having pimple outbreaks, very greasy hair and sinus problems all of which I don’t usually suffer from. I will go and see my gp tomorrow as I am concerned about my breasts now. I have cut my troche back to 1/4 at night for the past three weeks.
    Thank so much,
    Regards, Shirley jack

  41. I have not come across this problem before, but it does look plausible.

  42. Yes, I am taking new patients but there may be a few months wait.

  43. I have been suffering from what I believe is a hormone imbalance after both getting the mirena and then weaning my baby. The worst of my symptoms is extreme fatigue/gastro problems/dizziness. My blood tests are ‘normal’ but I know my body and I absolutely know there is something wrong with me but no one is listening to me. Are you taking new patients at all?

  44. Hi Colin,
    I am not a patient of yours but read some very important information on your website. I am immune suppressed on Cimzia for psoriatic arthritis and was taking melatonin to regulate my sleep after caring for my Dad till his recent death.
    My arthritis symptoms were getting worse and after a couple of hours research I found that Melatonin may make immune suppressants ineffective. That’s a major interaction and I was amazed that it was not listed for pharmacies and doctors to be aware of. So I have stopped melatonin and continue on Cimzia. I am still taking a while to pick up. I was wondering if you’ve come across other patients that this has happened to and wondered if you have any further useful information. Have other immune suppressed patients who have taken melatonin taken a while to pick up again?
    Thank you for your very useful website.
    Anne Downes

  45. Ring my office on 5315 8888 and ask for an urgent Appt.

  46. I have been seeing a doctor out here at woodford and found out that i have hashimotoes she started me on thyroid eutroxsig and my blood work came normal but i just didn’t feel great so after 3 months i wanted to try ndt so she started 14mg one a day compounding its been 7 months and she had me on 16mg × 2 a day blood test bad im at a loss ….was hoping to get an appointment with you asap…

  47. Dr Colin,
    You have been treating me for around 6 months, and I can tell you, I am so much better and happier than I have been for around 20 years. You are an awesome Doc.
    Thank you so much.

  48. I can prescribe it for you – Book a tel cons and we can go through the process. I will send the script to a compounding chemist who will make it up for you.

  49. Hi Dr Holloway

    I am hoping you’ll be able to help me. I have suffered from eczema all my life and it has consistently gotten worse year after year. I’m strongly against using the traditionally prescribed “topical creams” because I’ve found that they only make it worse in the long run.

    After doing a lot of research I came to the conclusion that I would like to try LDN to see if it might help with my condition – especially since the risk is pretty much nil. The problem i have is that my doctor acknowledges the studies done on LDN as a treatment for different ailments, but due to his risk aversion is not willing to prescribe it for me.

    Are you able to suggest anyone in WA that would be open to prescribing it? Or are you able to prescribe it?

    Much appreciated,

  50. I will be making an announcement on this web-site very soon. Keep watching.

  51. Sandra McNaughton

    Dear Dr Holloway
    Can you advise what your new address is I rang a couple of weeks ago to make my phone appointment and the surgery said they were closing and didn’t know where you were going and it would be posted on your site but I haven’t seen anything. Help I am almost out of my script and no repeats left.

    Thank you


  52. Testosterone should not be given as a pill. Best as a cream. Your second Appt can be by Phone. Being on the Andriol will not effect my ability to diagnose your hormone problems.

  53. I can prescribe it – arrange a telephone consult.

  54. Hi,

    I am hoping you can assist me. I have had Hashimotos Disease all my life. I found a brilliant Doctor who as well as prescribing my normal compunded medications was Prescribing Low Dose Naltraxen 4mg. The Naltraxen is so successful for the past 10 months whilst taking this I have had none of the usual l Hashimotos symptoms at all, no pain, no tiredness. Problem is he’s been struck off for prescibing incorrect medications. My new doctor agreed that it works but said she cant prescribe it. Can you prescribe it or please can you suggest anyone on the Gold Coast that will prescribe it. I dont want to go back to being sick every day.

    Kind Regards

  55. Good Morning Dr Holloway,

    I have an appointment to see you in October. I have previously seen a doctor on the Goldcoast who has prescribed me andriol tetocaps 6 per day. How will this affect your ability to diagnose?

    Secondly I have to travel to see you from Gladstone and my second appointment is when I am back at work. Is it necessary to see you in your office for the second appointment?

    Thirdly having researched a little I read that most oral testosterone tablets harm the liver. According to my research the Andriol I am taking at the moment don’t. What type of supplement do you prescribe for decreased testosterone?

    Thanks for answering my questions Dr Holloway

    Yours sincerely,
    Dan Cornford.

  56. Very nice article. I certainly appreciate this website.
    Keep writing!

  57. Email me direct ( and I will see if I can get you in earlier.

  58. Dear Dr Holloway

    I am a 53 year old women who is definitely going through menopause! I am having frequent hot flushes day and night and, needless to say, it is keeping me awake at night (I nearly fell asleep driving to Brisbane from the Sunshine Coast on Monday!) I thought that I would be able to cope with the menopause symptoms by just letting it take its course but I know that I am able to function properly anymore with horrible mood swings etc. I really don’t want to go on the generic hormones that my GP is wanting to put me on.

    I saw you years ago when you were still on the Sunshine Coast and I tried to book an appointment with you last year but I was told that you were no longer taking new patients and that they would put my name on a list in case you started taking on patients again but I never heard from anyone. It was only when my sister (who has been seeing you for some years now) mentioned this to you the other day that I realised that you are now taking new patients again. My problem is that the first appointment I am able to get with you is on 5 November (which I have booked) but I was wondering if you would be able to see me any sooner? I appreciate that you are incredibly busy but I can always live in hope! If this is not possible, do you think that I should start the generic hormone (he wants to put me on Femoston)?

    Thank you for your consideration.

    Kind regards
    Tracey Fettes

  59. Continue with the PAtch. I can make the necessary adjustment for the fact you are on HRT when I see you.

  60. Dear Dr Holloway

    I will be making an appointment me to see you as soon as i can get in about my hormonrs. I saw you several years ago about depression but my hormones were normal.

    Since then my psychiatrist put me on low dose estalis patches which have helped my mood. Unfortunatley, i am now having problems with my menstrual cycle and cannot lose weight despite a clean diet.

    My question is… Should i stop the HRT patches before i see you and should i do it slowly?

    Many thanks
    Sandra Jones

  61. Hi,

    I have found useful information in your website regarding natural hormone therapy for women. As I am suffering from this condition for many years I wonder if you could help me feel gain back my health.

    Since I live in South Brisbane it is hard for me to get to your office to simply give the treatment a try. Thereby I ask you to read below information about my condition and let me know if there is a chance to help me feel better if I be your patient. Then, the long way would n’t bother me at all and I ll make an appointment ASAP.
    I am 32 years old, 49kg, 159cm and have been suffering from irregular periods( always late) and a number of PMS. I have seen many doctors and have done numerous blood tests and ultrasounds. The blood test results come different every time. With the latest ultrasound, everything was normal but I used to have ovarian cysts prior to switching to a new diet (low carb, no sugar).

    chronic stress and high level of anxiety have been with me In the recent years and I started to feel extreme PMS from the last 2 years, including:

    -Lots of hair loss and hair thinning
    -irritable, anxious and moody
    -fatigue, low energy
    -trouble to think, talk and concentrate
    – very low sex drive and libido
    -depressed, bad dreams
    -low immune system, fragile nails
    -skinny legs and fatty waistline
    -very light period bleeding
    – bloated tommy and gas

    Please note that I used to have lots of energy, lean body and big thick hair.

    I do exercise 2 times in a week and I do eat very healthy. I had an abortion last year and was on pill for about a week last winter, then I quit the pill as it made me very sick.

    I used to use John Lee progesterone cream until last year as I didnt see much improvement. Although I know I am low on progesterone. Generally I do better in the first half of the month rather than second half. When my period doesn’t come, the PMS get very bad to the point that it influences my social activities and my appearance.
    Please let me know your suggestion.
    I hope you can help me to get my premium health back,


  62. Dear Dr Holloway, I have read your profile and did not realise what a great Dr you are and

    where you have been. You have helped my health and my well being and I am very grateful.

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