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Dr Natalie Brookes graduated in Medicine from Trinity College, Oxford University. She trained in general Ear, Nose & Throat surgery on the North Thames Surgical Rotation in London. Specialised training in Rhinology was undertaken at Charing Cross, Royal Brompton and the Royal National Throat, Nose & Ear Hospitals. Her Rhinological and Facial Plastics training was completed during clinical fellowships in Adelaide, Zurich, Paris and Stuttgart. In 2004 she was appointed as Consultant Rhinologist and ENT Surgeon at The Royal Free Hospital and The Royal National Throat, Nose & Ear Hospital, London. Subsequently she was appointed Honorary Senior Lecturer in Otolaryngology at the Institute of Laryngology and Otology. She has published and presented on numerous rhinological topics.
Dr Brookes is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, the Royal Society of Medicine and the British Association of Otolaryngologists-Head & Neck Surgeons.
Dr Brookes founded The Harley Street ENT Clinic in 2004 with her husband Dr Gerald Brookes. She specialises in rhinoplasty, nasal and sinus disease.
BA (Oxon) – Physiological Sciences, 1987
BM BCh (Oxon) – Oxford University Medical School, 1990
MA (Oxon) – Physiology Trinity College, Oxford, 1990
FRCS (Eng) – Fellow of the Royal College Surgeons of England, 1994
FRCS (ORL-HNS) – Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England in Otolaryngology, 2001
Trinity College Prize, 1990
The Golden Stethoscope Award, 1992
Joseph Society Facial Plastics Fellowship, 2003
Dr Gerald Brookes is regularly consulted by the media for his expertise. He has been interviewed by the Daily Mail, featured on Channel 4's Embarassing Bodies, looked after The X-Factor contestants and recently, appeared on BBC Radio 2 with Chris Evans.
Adele was experiencing dizziness and balance problems so severe that she could barely function. In desperation, after consulting her GP to no avail, she got in touch with Channel 4’s Embarrassing Bodies team. The show then contacted Dr Gerald Brookes, who was able to diagnose her rare condition as Basilar Migraine.
Related link: Embarrassing Bodies
Catherine Eade was having dizzy spells and balance problems. When inexplicably she started suffering memory loss too, she consulted Dr Gerald Brookes at The Harley Street ENT Clinic who correctly diagnosed her problem as benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV).
Read her full story in the Daily Mail: Memory like a sieve? Why a simple ear infection may be to blame.
The Harley Street ENT Clinic looked after The X-Factor TV show contestants for many seasons. At the end of the 2010 season, Dr Gerald Brookes was interviewed by Nicky Broyd of Boots WebMD on the perils of high pressure performing.