Dr Benjamin Wakerley

Consultant Neurologist

GMC 6028684


Specialist Headache Clinic

Dr Benjamin Wakerley is a Consultant Neurologist with a specialist interest in headache. He is the director of The Birmingham Headache Centre, a tertiary referral service for complex headache based at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham. Dr Wakerley sees private patients face-to-face at the Winfield Hospital in Gloucester or by videocall.

UK: 07814 062284

Overseas: +44 7814 062284


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About Dr Wakerley

Dr Wakerley trained as a neurologist in London and Oxford. He also has a PhD in molecular immunology and has written a number of research papers on headache. He is the clinical lead for headache at University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, Queen ELizabeth Hospital. For more information click here.

Areas of expertise

Dr Wakerley offers extensive diagnostic services and treatment options for all types of headache. He is particularly interested in the treatment of patients with daily headache, including chronic migraine and is able to advise on the latest treatment options. Dr Wakerley is very experienced in the administration of botulinum toxin injections (Botox) and greater occipital nerve blocks and able to advise on electronic devices used to treat headache (gammaCoreCefaly and eNeura).


Dr Wakerley is very experienced in using anti-CGRP monoclonal antibody therapies (Aimovig, Ajovy, Emgality) for the treatment of migraine and is able to prescribe them privately.

Clinics and contact details

Dr Wakerley sees private patients face-to-face at the Winfield Hospital in Gloucester. He works with most insurance companies. Telephone / video consultation available for UK and International patients. For more information click here.

Common headaches

Headache is a common neurological symptom. For more information on common types of headache, including: tension-type headache; migraine; cluster headache; post-traumatic headache; headaches associated with exertion and sexual activity; cervicogenic headache; occipital neuralgia click here.

Headache News

Over the last 5-years there have been significant advances in our understanding of headache, especially migraine. To learn more about recent the latest news click here.