|Professor Dr Rudolf Hoërmann, MD PhD
Rudolf received his MD and PhD from the University of Munich, Germany and is a board certified Internist and Endocrinologist. His training included a fellowship with Harvard University, Boston, USA. During his career Rudolf has worked in various positions at leading universities in Germany. He has also headed the Department of General Medicine, Gastroenterology and Endocrinology at Klinikum Luedenscheid, a major teaching hospital for 10 years. He currently lives at the Sunshine Coast, Australia.
Rudolf's ongoing interest in thyroidology and extensive experience in basic and clinical research is documented by the authorship or co-authorship of more than 100 articles or reviews in peer-reviewed journals, numerous book sections as well as by many international scientific presentations.
Specialties: Thyroidology, Endocrinology, Immunology, Internal Medicine, Laboratory Medicine.
|Dr John Midgley B.Sc (Leeds) D Phil (Oxford)
University Lecturer, Biochemistry/Molecular Biology; Leeds and Newcastle-upon-Tyne Universities 1962-1975: Clinical Trials Coordinator, Diagnostic Products, Amersham 1975-1988: Inventor, one-step methodologies for FT3/FT4 measurement 1980 and 1988: Winner, Prince of Wales Award for Industrial Innovation and Production 1985: Consultant, Diagnostic Methodologies 1988-1998: Trials Abstractor, Gastroenterology, Cochrane Collaboration, 1999-2006. Independent writer and reviewer, thyroid function test interpretation 2001-date: Author of 70 + papers and reviews on bacterial molecular biology/ clinical thyroid function diagnostics.
|Dr Sarah Myhill
Special interest is in treating fatigue and in preventive medicine.
She believes that many diseases are entirely preventable through good diet and nutrition. Her aim has always been to look for causes of disease and treat by addressing those causes, be they infectious, allergic, nutritional or toxic, or a combination.
|Dr Bo Wickland
Practising physician, special interest in thyroid problems, in particular "mild" or "atypical" hypothyroidism.
|Jacob Teitelbaum, MD
Board certified internist and medical director of the Fibromyalgia and Fatigue Centers of America. Having suffered with and overcome these illnesses in 1975, he spent the next 30 years creating, researching, and teaching about effective therapies for fatigue and pain.
|Kent Holtorf, M.D.
An expert in complex endocrine dysfunction, including thyroid dysfunction (difficult thyroid cases), fatigue syndromes, adrenal insufficiency, growth hormone replacement, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia and chronic infections.
|Dr Alyssa Burns-Hill PhD, MSc, FRSH, MIHPE
Dr Alyssa Burns-Hill practices a natural health approach to balancing hormones and provides advanced medical testing that can identify 'hidden' hormone imbalances that explain why you feel the way you feel. Working with Alyssa is about education and partnership in order to create a sustainable health solution that comes from addressing underlying hormone imbalances.
For absolute clarity – I am not a medical doctor.
|Dr Mark Starr
Dr. Mark Starr is board certified by the American Board of Pain Medicine and the Arizona State Board of Homeopathic Medical Examiners. He has been in private practice since 1996, in 2005, he published the widely acclaimed "Hypothyroidism Type 2: The Epidemic." Dr Starr is called upon to speak internationally regarding his book, now in its third print.
Last updated 18/02/2013