I see patients from around Australia with complex illnesses, including chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME), fibromyalgia (FM), chemical toxicity and sensitivities (MCS) and chronic inflammation. Treatment usually starts with non-drug therapies, including diet, exercise and lifestyle change, moving on to specific, individualised therapeutic needs of each patient.

I have developed a stepwise approach (GEMINI) for assessment and treatment of complex syndromes and diseases, and while I am comfortable with prescribing drug therapies when necessary, my preference is for very specific non drug therapies to restore capacity and balance, and to achieve long-term, sustainable recovery.

An outline of these approaches can be found on this site.

The rest of this page is written in the third person, because it just sounds wrong if I say that I have done these things myself. If you would like my current CV please email me.

About Dr 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 & complementary medicine together in his Cremorne medical practice.. 

The underlying philosophy of Dr Donohoe’s practice is that knowledge and understanding provide people with the ability to manage their own health, and even to heal themselves.

Understanding the contribution of stress, nutrition, the work and home environment and genetics to health and illness provides the best opportunities to make specific and profound changes often required to return to health.

Dr Donohoe’s experience and knowledge of complex medical conditions, and his use of orthodox & complementary  modalities and management options approach to identifying and managing chronic illness.

Dr Mark's Brief Biography in Complementary Medicine January 2014

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If the chocolate is dark enough, the antioxidants in chocolate may protect against heart disease and depression

Mark Donohoe graduated from the Faculty of Medicine at Sydney University in 1980, and has worked in private practice since 1983. He works in General Practice in Cremorne, Sydney, where he sees patients suffering complex medical illness, including CFS/ME,  fibromyalgia and chemical sensitivities

He has specialised in environmental and nutritional medicine for twenty eight years, is a Fellow of ACNEM, and in 1994 was elected founding president of the the Australian Comprehensive Medicine Association (ACMA), which has since become the Australian Integrative Medicine Association (AIMA). From 2004 to 2010, he was founding president of the Natural Health Care Alliance (NHCA), a national body representing the Natural Healthcare / Complementary Medicine profession.

Dr Donohoe and other medical colleagues experienced in Integrative Medicine have established the Centre for Evidence-Based Complementary Medicine (CEBCoM), a private venture committed to building the evidence-base for natural, complementary and integrative medicine approaches to prevention and treatment of disease.

Dr Donohoe is committed to the goal of identifying the best and most clinically relevant Complementary Medicine research to support IM practitioners and improve health outcomes for all Australians.

Dr Donohoe continues in private practice at Cremorne in Sydney, where he averages 90 minutes per consultation with patients mainly referred by other integrative and complementary healthcare practitioners.