Dr. Stuart Glastonbury was a director on the NHAA Board between 2005 and 2013 and Vice President between 2014-15. Professionally he works as an integrative medical doctor and herbalist in private practice at Cabarita Beach and Mullumbimby. He is a Fellow the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP) and NHAA and has specilist registration with AHPRA. Stuart has a clinical focus on paediatric health in his practice as well as health promotion and general illness prevention. He also spent a number of years working in Indigenous health. He has completed a graduate diploma in child health (University Sydney/Westmead Children’s hospital), has training in advanced paediatric life support and has completed the primary course of the Australian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine. He is currently also studying a Mastersof Public Health through the University of Newcastle. Stuart is a full practicing member of the NHAA and he firmly believes in the integration of traditional and scientific based healing practices and uses a combination of herbal, nutritional and orthodox medicine in his clinic. He has a strong commitment to primary preventative health care and environmental health and believes that a healthy community begins with a healthy planet. Apart from his clinical practice Stuart has lectured and written course material for complementary medicine colleges in Sydney, Newcastle and Brisbane.
Dip Child Health (University of Sydney/Westmead Children’s Hospital) Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (University Qld) Bachelor of Medical Science (University of Technology, Sydney) Diploma of Western Herbal Medicine (Nature Care College, Sydney)
FRACGP medical practitioner registration with AHPRA Full member and Fellow of the National Herbalists Association of Australia (FNHAA)