Dr Frank David Smallbone
Dr Frank David Smallbone M.B.,Ch.B.,L.R.C.P.,M.R.C.S.,M.F.Hom.,F.C.O.H
Nutritional Medicine, Supplemental Medicine, Endocrinologico-psychology
(especially associated with hormone changes), Homoeopathy, Physical
Medicine, Healing and some Orthodox medicine.
Dr Smallbone has been in medical practice
for 38 years, having qualified medically at Birmingham University
Medical School and the Royal College of Physicians and the Royal
College of Surgeons (London and England) in 1962.
He did a post-graduate qualification
in Homeopathy at the Royal Homeopathic Hospital and obtained his
Membership of the Faculty of Homeopathy in 1968.
He is a Fellow of the Royal Society
of Medicine and a Member of the New York Academy of Sciences.
Dr Smallbone has been involved, in an
advisory capacity, by Midlands television and appeared as an expert
medical advisor on several T.V. programmes, having a regular medical
"spot" during the 1970's and 1980's.
He regularly contributes to Positive
Health and NH3 - magazines for the alternative approach
to medicine. He has been widely published and quoted in several
women's magazines, daily newspapers and Sunday supplements.
He is co-founder and Co-Principal and
Senior Tutor in the College of Healing (Malvern). He has lectured
in England and abroad on nutritional topics, homoeopathy, and endocrinological
interactions and was invited to give a paper to the Royal College
of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists on "The Alternative
Approaches to HRT" in 1999.
He believes in treating the whole person,
not just "aspects" of them and uses several approaches,
singly or in combination, depending on the most appropriate. These
changes, physical medicine, healing
and, occasionally orthodox medical treatment.
He has a working knowledge of most of
the complementary forms of therapy and knows when they may be most
appropriate (for referral).
His special interest is in the relationship
between the endocrine system, the nervous system and psychological
responses, with special regard to life-change processes such as
To see a practitioner call: 0207 243
1968 or e-mail us
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