40 years of GP experience
36 years as a Rural Private Practitioner in Laidley Qld
Caring for multiple generations from Paediatrics to Geriatrics and including palliative care
Special interests in Medicine unresolved chronic medical conditions including:
regional pain syndrome,
His personal interests include:
Dr Burrell and his team take a holistic approach when reviewing your chronic medical condition and the symptoms you are experiencing.
The pain and discomfort associated with chronic medical conditions can be debilitating for the individual and have far-reaching impact into your personal and professional life.
Dr Burrell's 40-year-long career as a Specialist GP enables professional insight to review and assess your current management regime and consider if an alternative management pathway is suitable to your individual needs.
This personalised approach is especially relevant if registered treatment pathways have been trialed and are no longer successfully managing you condition.
There is no one-size--fits-all approach when managing chronic medical conditions. The current TGA Guidelines suggest that an alternative product can only be prescribed is other registered treatments have failed.
The prescription of alternative plant based medicine can only be offered after consultation with your approved physician and subsequent federal approval from the Therapeutic Goods Australia.
The prescribing relationship can only commence if all the necessary considerations are met.
To review the guidelines of your relevant State or Territory, check here .https://www.tga.gov.au/medicinal-cannabis-information-consumers
Dr Burrell, alongside his wife, Wendy, have developed a love and passion for wine making. Their 20 yrs old plantings are now in full production making in some good vintages over 1000bottles a year. The grapes are harvested at vintage by their friends and a traditiional 'Harvest Festival' follows with payment in bottles. Many very successful vintages have come out of the year.
The gardens at farm occupy over five acres. There are seven lagoons spanning 600m interconnected connected with 6 waterfalls and crossed by five bridges. The gardens surround the 20yr old wine grapes. There is a sunken lawn, Monet garden, island and several garden rooms interconnected by over a kilometre of paths. There are some reception areas and viewing areas. The gardens are used for private social functions, weddings and Open Gardens. Many charity functions have been held here. A tour of the gardens can take over an hour to complete while you enjoy vistas framed by the gardens and enjoying some Hilldale Wine.
The property also carries 70 breeding Limousin cattle.
Dr Phil has raised three daughters who have their own careers. There is so far one grand daughter who is currently living on their farm with her parents. The farm is very busy with a lot of social functions with friends, occasional weddings and charity events.
In amongst the other activities Phil and Wendy have bred their Pembroke corgis. There has always been one corgi at Hilldale since they bought the property in 1988. The puppies have gone as far as Vietnam, Townsville, Sydney and Melbourne. The girls; "the corgis" are now retired from breeding but there is another generation coming through