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Dr Mark Donohoe

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Dr Mark Donohoe

Dr Mark Donohoe is one of Australia’s most experienced and best known medical practitioners in the fields of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine. He has a long history working in the emerging field of “integrative medicine”, and continues to bring orthodox and complementary medicine together in his medical practice. He is a regular guest on the FX Medicine Podcast and in 2019 became the host of FX Medicine's newest podcast series; FX Omics - blending genetics into the modern practice of personalised medicine. 

Nov 13, 2019

Picking up where we left off in part 1 we continue the discussion of pain management with Dr Mark Donohoe

Oct 27, 2019

Pain. We’ve all experienced it. But what is it, really? Today in part 1 of The Complexity of Pain Management we welcome back Dr Mark Donohoe, who discusses how our definitions and perceptions differ.

The Medical Board of Australia Threat to Integrative Medicine
Apr 05, 2019

What is the Medical Board of Australia up to? Dr Mark Donohoe and Prof Stephen Myers critique their recent guidelines proposal affecting integrative medicine

Mar 06, 2019

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) and Prostate Cancer are some of the biggest health issues facing men today. Dr Mark Donohoe takes us through the changing approaches to this in healthcare.

Jan 23, 2019

Dr Mark Donohoe shares his insights into patient and practitioner self-care when supporting patients contemplating suicide. 

Mar 28, 2018

There is no "one size fits all" in personalised medicine. In this episodes Andrew and Dr Donohoe explore some of the nuances affecting individual biochemistry. 

Nov 29, 2017

What are the benefits and limitations of IV vitamin and nutrient therapy? Dr Mark Donohoe joined us on the FX Medicine podcast to discuss intravenous vs. oral delivery of nutrients.  

Oct 11, 2017

We may not have Borrelia burgdoerfi in Australia - but something is giving rise to chronic Lyme-like illness. Dr Mark Donohoe joins us to share his clinical experiences.