Dr Rajendra Sharma has 30 years of experience as an Integrated Medical Doctor utilising conventional, complementary and more recently Functional Medicine. He has an established practice off Harley Street, London and covers the South West of England from his practice in Exeter, Devon. He has a special interest in working with chronic disease and diagnosis of its underlying causes. Dr Sharma is not an oncologist but he maintains an interest in the myriad causes of cancer and the many associations with environment, lifestyle, exercise, diet and nutrition. He is trained in ecological health screening, investigating metal toxicity (amalgams), mitochondrial function and its association with the metabolic theory of cancer and chronic disease.
Dr Sharma works with all medical conditions including CAM therapy for those with cancer or those wishing to prevent the condition. He is trained in the use of the pioneering Research Genetic Cancer Centre (RGCC) testing and prescribes a broad range of natural options including IV vitamin supplementation (including Vitamin C and Cell Symbiosis/Mitochondrial Therapy, Far Infrared-hyperthermia, botanical (herbal) and nutritional therapies). He works with natural therapies to help people through surgery with pre-and post-operative protocols and has adjunct natural therapies to support those going through chemotherapy and radiotherapy.
Dr Sharma is the author of ‘The Family Encyclopedia of Health’ and the healthy ageing book ‘Live Longer, Live Younger’ in which CAM therapy is discussed in relation to cancer. Dr Sharma is a member of The British Society for Ecological Medicine and the Faculty of Homeopathy.
Also consults at: The Hale Clinic, 4 Harley St, Marylebone, London W1G 9PB. Correspondence address: 87 North Rd, Poole, Dorset BH14 0LT.
RGCC (Test), IV Vitamin Therapy IV Vitamin C Therapy, Cell Symbiosis Therapy, Far Infrared Therapy, Botanical Therapy, Nutritional Therapy, Homeopathy
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