Gerald Brookes is a Harley Street based Consultant ENT Surgeon with a specialist interest in ear and balance disorders, conditions affecting the skull base including acoustic neuroma, and ENT disorders of neurological origin, such as laryngeal dystonia.
A highly experienced ENT surgeon in Harley Street
Following his medical training at the University of Sheffield, Mr Brookes undertook his specialist ENT training at Bristol Royal Infirmary and King's College Hospital, London. Choosing to further subspecialise, he then undertook further training in Otololgy, Neuro-Otology and Skull Base Surgery at The London Hospital and the University of Michigan, USA.
Now a fully private ENT specialist at The Harley Street Clinic which he co-founded in 2004, Dr Brookes was formerly Consultant Neuro-Otologist, ENT and Skull Base Surgeon at The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square and The Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital in London. He has also held the role of Honorary Senior Lecturer in Otolaryngology at the Institute of Neurology and the Institute of Laryngology and Otology.
The Harley Street ENT Clinic: one stop ENT care in London
With a team of leading ENT specialists and expert audiologists supported by an advanced in-house diagnostic laboratory, The Harley Street ENT Clinic provides rapid assessment and treatment for a wide range of problems affecting the ear, nose, throat, head or neck. Skilled in the management of conditions such as hearing loss, snoring, tinnitus, halitosis, vertigo, loss of balance, coughing and hoarseness, their aim is to fully investigate any symptoms in order to determine and effectively treat the underlying cause.
Mr Brookes has a specialist expertise in ear and balance disorders such as Meniere's disease, neurologically-related ENT disorders including laryngeal dystonia, and conditions of the skull base, including acoustic neuroma. He has published widely in this field, contributing over 100 original articles and 8 book chapters, to date. He continues to hold an NHS clinic for people with neurological voice disorders, a service that he pioneered in 1988.