|Dr Tim Ewer MB ChB, MSc, MRCP, FRACP, FRNZCGP, FACNEM
Dr Tim Ewer has been working in integrative medicine for the last 20 years and has a health centre near Nelson, NZ. Prior to this he was a hospital physician for 10 years after gaining his medical degree and specialist qualifications in the UK. He has trained in a variety of modalities including nutrition, environmental medicine, acupuncture and bio-energetic medicine. He has been an advisor to WHO on natural medicine and to the NZ government on CAM. He has a master of medical science degree in environmental medicine which involved a research thesis on heavy metal toxicity. He has also taught tai chi and qi gong and has a research interest in the effects of EMF, sound and light on health, as well as hyperbaric medicine (his practice has a 4 person hyperbaric oxygen chamber).
|Dr Debbie Fewtrell MBChB, Dip Obs, FRNZCGP, FACNEM
Dr Debbie Fewtrell has an integrative medical practice specialising in the biomedical treatment of children with neurodevelopment disorders.She has attended Pfeiffer and DAN! (Defeat Autism Now) physician training and is
a fellow of the Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine. Debbie has a strong focus to inspire and educate parents and professionals in Australasia to use integrative biomedical approaches to improve the health and neurological function of children.
|Ann-Mary Hromek RN, ND, MATMS, FACNEM (Hon)
Ann-Mary Hromek has twenty years experience in wholistic therapies and now works with husband Karel running a medical centre in Mullumbimby specialising in nutritional and environmental medicine. Ann-Mary has a special interest in female sexual health from menarche through to menopause. She also runs a busy intravenous therapy clinic utilising chelation therapy and other nutrients, especially vitamin C. She is an experienced group facilitator and lecturer and an integral part of the ACNEM education team.
|Dr James Read MBBS, Dip RANZCOG, FRACGP, FACNEM
Dr James Read is a rural GP specialising in Nutritional Medicine. He has worked as a qualified GP anaesthetist for 6 years and was the Director of Anaesthesia of Murwillumbah Hospital in 2007-2008. After 6 years as a visiting medical officer at Murwillumbah Hospital primarily working in anaesthesia and emergency medicine he has embarked on full time nutritional medicine practice. Dr Read’s interest in Nutritional Medicine Dr James read is a GP specialising in both nutritional medicine and rural remote area health. He has a Fellowship in Nutritional and Environmental Medicine and is a member of the ACNEM teaching faculty. He has presented at integrative and nutritional medicine conferences in India, Malaysia, Singapore, Australia and New Zealand. His current clinical practice is divided between a practice specialising in clinical nutrition in Singapore and remote area anaesthesia and emergency medicine in outback Australia. His interest in clinical nutrition developed from 8 years of practice in indigenous health in the top end and the Kimberley. Dr Read’s interest in disease prevention is reflected in his on-going study for a Master of Public Health focussing on nutritional and environmental medicine.
|Dr Matthew Shelton MBChB, MRCGP, DRCOG, FCAnaes DA, FACNEM
Dr Matthew Shelton graduated in medicine from Sheffield University in the UK in 1985. He practised between the UK and Australia, including three years in anaesthetics. He then did Locum work in New Zealand for a few years until discovering nutritional and environmental medicine in 2001. He was thrilled to find that this changed everything, in terms of finally feeling able to really help his patients, and he has run his own NEM practice in Wellington since then. Matt is also a professional orchestral trombonist and a keen presenter.
|Dr Christabelle Yeoh, MBBS (London), MRCP (UK), MSc (Nutrition)
Dr Yeoh graduated from medicine at the University of London in 1999 and has obtained her membership with the Royal College of Physicians (UK). She has a Masters degree in Nutrition from King’s College London. After practicing hospital medicine, she worked as a physician in the field of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine at Breakspear Medical Group in Hertfordshire, UK. She is a member of the American and British Academies of Environmental Medicine. She moved to Australia in 2012 and is working as a general practitioner. She has also been dedicated to developing the postgraduate curriculum and GP training for the Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine and is on the teaching faculty. She has a strong clinical interest in neurological, gastrointestinal and metabolic health. She is passionate about teaching on the interconnectedness of human metabolism, biology and behaviour.