Dr Dominique Dock

Dr Dominique Dock, MD. is a physician, who trained in conventional medicine while also developing alternative skills in the healthcare field. He is qualified in Neuro Linguistic Programming as a Master NLP.

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After 10 years of initial training, he developed his skills as a General Practitioner and Family Doctor in the Jura Mountains and the Alsace region, before moving out to Hong Kong where he worked for the MOD in the British Military Hospital from 1989 to 1991.

Back in France, he became a ski resort doctor in the Jura and an emergency medicine medical practitioner with the SAMU Jura.

He is also a qualified European Mountain Leader since 1994.

Between 1997 and 2020, he resided and worked in London, UK.

Two years of private practice for home visiting services were followed by a 12-year partnership in an NHS Surgery in the Notting Hill area, where he contributed to the care of 8000 patients of all ages and more than 50 nationalities.

The friendships developed there are still influencing Dr Dock and make him an expert in multicultural environments.

From 2012 to 2020 he has practised as a senior private GP in Mayfair, looking after patients from all over the world.

His interest in a holistic approach to health dates back to his initial contact with Dr Gertrud Mussler in Baden-Baden (Germany) and his training with her; you may have noticed more and more articles describing the danger of sugar and refined carbohydrates concerning diabetes, obesity and cancer lately, in 1974 her book about refined sugar was already published, her patients who came to see her to get healthier, and lose weight, were all advised to adopt a more balanced and healthy diet.

He studied Sports Medicine and kept those skills alive over the years, participating as a Physician in several marathons, including Ultra-marathons, in Chamonix, France, and Nepal.

He ran several marathons himself and is very proud of having finished five TransJurassienne long-distance cross-country ski events (77km).

He won the french health service national championship in cross-country skiing 2 years in a row in 1983 and 1984. He was also the medic for a french expedition attempting (and succeeding!) the first descent by ski of the 8035m Gasherbrum II in the Himalayas.

In 2005 he summited the Kilimanjaro with a team of 48 participants for charity and cycled from London to Paris with the Deaf Children Society.