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Gerald Brookes

Gerald Brookes
Consultant ENT Surgeon, London

MBChB, FRCS

Dr Gerald Brookes is a Consultant ENT Surgeon in London. He co-founded The Harley Street ENT Clinic with his wife Dr Natalie Brookes in 2004. He specialises in Ear and Balance disorders including Meniere’s disease, Acoustic Neuroma and other Skull Base conditions, and neurologically related ENT disorders including Laryngeal Dystonia.

 

Dr Gerald Brookes MBChB, FRCS, graduated in Medicine from the University of Sheffield. He trained in general Ear, Nose & Throat surgery at Bristol Royal Infirmary and King’s College Hospital in London. Specialised training in Otology, Neuro-Otology and Skull Base Surgery was undertaken at The London Hospital and the University of Michigan, USA.

 

In 1984 he was appointed as Consultant Neuro-Otologist, ENT & Skull Base Surgeon at The National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery, Queen Square and The Royal National Throat, Nose & Ear Hospital, London.

 

Subsequently he was appointed Honorary Senior Lecturer in Otolaryngology at the Institute of Neurology and Institute of Laryngology and Otology. 

    Clinical interests

  • Dr Gerald Brookes, graduated in Medicine from the University of Sheffield and trained in general Ear, Nose & Throat surgery at Bristol Royal Infirmary and King’s College Hospital in London. He undertook specialised training in Otology, Neuro-Otology and Skull Base Surgery at The London Hospital and the University of Michigan, USA.

    Research interests

  • Dr Brookes has published well over 100 original articles and 8 book chapters especially on Ear and Balance disorders including Meniere’s disease, Acoustic Neuroma and other Skull Base conditions, and neurologically related ENT disorders including Laryngeal Dystonia.

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