I've only recently discovered this information about CPN.
I have asthma, it's not particularly severe, but it effects my life and has been getting worse instead of better, despite ever increasing medication dosages.
I went to a doctor about the connections between asthma and CPN and he seemed open to looking into it. I directed him to this site so he could do some reading and went back to him a week later. He didn't seem particularly convinced but agreed to prescribe me some Azithromycin and Doxycycline. The dosages didn't follow any of the recommended treatments but I thought if I tried it out and had a reaction then I could go back.
After taking the Azithromycin I noticed my asthma symptoms were noticably alleviated, so I finished off the Doxycycline course and went back to the doctor.
He then told me he didn't believe that I needed anymore medication because what he had prescribed me was the standard treatment for the STD Chlamydia.
I tried to explain the lifecycle of CPN but he dismissed this and said he'd prescribe me one more lot of Azithromycin but that he would not give me anymore.
I was quite disappointed as I'd thought I'd managed to luck out and find a good doctor on my first try.
After this I went to my regular GP to see if she would be open to treating my asthma with the CAP, but all she asked me was "Is it mainstream? I won't do it if it's not mainstream" so that was a no go.
I noticed on this blog - http://www.cpnhelp.org/blog/peta - that a couple of Melbourne people had posted of doctors that were open to it.
The blog is over a year old but I'm hoping someone still has that information, or can tell me of other doctors they know of in Australia (preferably Victoria) that I could see.
Any information appreciated!