Dr Mark Robertson graduated from the University Of Sydney in 1983 and did general practice primarily until end of 2000.

With a change of surgery location, came a re-evaluation of what he wanted to achieve. After doing procedural medicine for another 8 years, he came to realise that he wanted to combine both mainstream & nutritional based medicine - an integrative medicine approach.

So in 2009 joined the Australasian College of Nutritional & Environmental Medicine. He did their primary course and then attended their various specialised training programs, including receiving a Certificate in Chelation Therapy.

He attended Pfieffer Walsh training for autism & mental health problems in 2011, 2012 & 2018. He has also attended MINDD training in 2011, 2013, 2014 & 2015 (autism treatments). He also completed the training program for Fellowship of the Australasian College Of Nutritional & Environmental Medicine & The American Academy of Anti-Ageing & Regenerative Medicine / Metabolic and Nutritional Medicine Institute.

In 2013, he passed his Part 1 Specialty Fellowship exams for both ACNEM & A4M/A5M (American Academy) colleges. In 2014 he passed his Part 2 exams for both colleges & is now a full Fellow i.e. A specialist in both ACNEM & A4M/A5M Colleges. He feels that being a specialist in both colleges truly integrates the best of nutritional medicine from the USA & Australia, and helps him treat his patients thoroughly.


Agriculture House

Suite 11, Level 3, 195 Macquarie St, Sydney 2000

Ph: (02) 8097 8148

Mon to Wed*: 9am-1pm & 2pm-4pm

*NOTE: No Doctor services available on Wednesdays, reception services only.

Interested in any of our services? The office is next to St Stephen’s Uniting Church and across from the NSW Parliament house.

Close by parking at Wilson’s car park (131 & 187 Macquarie St Sydney). Take the stairs or elevator to the 3rd floor then turn Left down the hallway to the end. We are the last door on the Left side.

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