Dr. Karel Hromek BMed, BSc, FACNEM, FACRRM, FINMA
Dr. Karel Hromek is a Medical Practitioner in Ocean Shores NSW, who has long specialised in Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (NEM) together with mind-body medicine / psychoneuroimmunology. His practice focuses on holistic medicine and embraces nutritional medicine, allergy/sensitivity, chelation therapy, injectable nutrient therapy, and environmental and gastrointestinal assessment. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in 1973, University of NSW, majoring in microbiology and ecology, and worked for the NSW Department of Agriculture as a research scientist on the far north coast of NSW, where he still lives. He bought a tropical fruit farm, which he still owns today, turning it into an organic farm concentrating on avocados, lychees and mangoes. He built his own home and also a music studio.
He completed his medical degree at the University of Newcastle where he met his future wife, Ann-Mary, who worked as a nurse. He is a Fellow of the Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (ACNEM) and also of the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM). He was granted an honorary fellowship of the Indian Nutritional Medical Association (INMA) for helping to bring NEM to India and is a current member of the INMA faculty. He is a very popular, engaging lecturer and facilitator, who has taught NEM – especially chelation therapy and injectable nutrient therapies – to medical practitioners throughout Australia and New Zealand for over twenty years. He is a past-president of ACNEM and an integral member of their Education Committee. In recent years, together with his wife, Karel has helped set up NEM associations in India, Malaysia and Thailand, regularly teaching doctors in those countries. He is the author of three medical texts: “Injectable Nutrients”, “Handbook of Chelation Therapy” and “Nutrient Summaries” and has had many articles published in the field of NEM.
This talk is for doctors and nurses who are interested in the therapeutic use of nutrients given intravenously, intramuscular or by subcutaneous injections. Many medical conditions are treated by injectable nutrients from chronic fatigue and chronic viral infections to nutrient deficiency syndromes e.g. vitamins B12, D or iron, so the safe integration of these powerful therapeutic tools is important for the patient and the practitioner. The talk will cover the safe administration of
•IV vitamin C,
•IV and IM B complexion ,
•s/c and IM methyl B12,
•IM vitamin D and