Dr Greg Emerson is an internationally recognised integrative medical specialist and founder of Treat the Cause Clinic. Specialising in complicated multi system disease, Dr Emerson’s investigative approach looks for the root cause of disease which involves untangling the web that has led to disease. Passionate about sustainability, self-sufficiency, neo-aboriginal life ways and wilderness survival, he now lives and works at the exciting crossroads where scientific evidence and evolutionary knowledge merge.
A long personal battle with illness led Dr Emerson on a profound journey of exploration into healing processes and prevention of illness. This insight led him to reappraise both his medical focus and approach to health care delivery, transitioning from emergency medicine into functional and integrative medicine. He is now interviewed regularly on one of America’s most popular health television programs because of his dedication to finding the underlying root cause of illnesses. His in-depth knowledge of Mitochondrial repair and Biohacking makes him a specialist in this field and therefore offers various treatments.
Dr Emerson is an active member of ILADS, the Wilderness Medical Society and the International Association of Ozone in Healthcare and a Fellow of both the Australian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine and the Australasian College of Emergency Medicine.
He is one of the founding members of the Australian Chronic Infectious Disease Society- a group of physicians who specialise in the treatment of chronic stealth infections including mycoplasma pneumoniae, Lyme disease and its co-infections, parasites and mould. He is an active member of the New Zealand Soil and Health Association working to address the problems caused by industrial agriculture, pesticides and genetic engineering.
He has trained in wilderness survival and traditional foods with both Australian Special Forces (SAS) personnel and the Apache in Arizona and he now teaches wilderness survival skills, energy biohacking techniques, resilience training, wild food foraging and traditional food preparation skills in the mountains and lakes around Queenstown and Wanaka in the South Island of New Zealand.
He is a proud father hoping to leave the world a better place for his children by being a part of the revolution aiming to lead the human race onto a brighter, more optimistic, more sustainable future.