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Dr Siegfried Trefzer (m)

Dr Trefzer

Diploma in Geophysics awarded by completing the 5-yr-degree course incl. Physics, Mathematics Geology at the ‘Free University (FU) of Berlin’ (1977-1982); thesis published on the the 'behaviour of electromagnetic waves in solids'. 

Preclinical Medical Training University of Bologna/Italy from 1982-1984 followed by 'clinical years' at several European medical schools including FU Berlin, Kantonsspital Basel, American Army Hospital Berlin, and 9-month at 'Hammersmith Hospital’ and the ‘National Hospital for Nervous Diseases’ in London. 'Final exams' passed at the FU medical school Berlin, equivalent full UK-GMC registration in 1987 ( GMC.No. 3222081). 

The MD-dissertation on ‘EEG-Fourier-Analysis of selected cognitive trials’ became published in: 
’EEG: Approach for the Under-standing of the Higher Functions of the Brain (1988)'.

The many years of clinical work in the NHS included both GP-work and hospital positions. Under a contract with the University London Hospital Trust regular sessions as an Associate Specialist are provided for the Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine. 

In 2007 Dr Trefzer founded Hightree Medical Clinic, an integrated medicine practice offering a range of diagnostic and therapeutic services for a wide spectrum of dysfunctions and illnesses. It is an independent and privately run facility providing daytime care under the principle to combine conventional clinical science and complementary therapies in an optimised way. Under the personalized and flexible health management approach it uses protocols from both, the standard disciplines and also from established fields of complementary health care with the aim to address the physical, nutritional and psycho-social aspects of health and the recovery process.

Patients who contact the clinic often search for more education, more precise diagnosis, more time and support to evaluate best treatment options including immune system restoration, detoxification and psychological support.

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