Dr Cheryl Kam Family Physician MBBS (London) BSc (London) GDFM (Singapore)

Dr Cheryl Kam
Family Physician
MBBS (London) BSc (London) GDFM (Singapore)

Dr Kam believes women are hubs of wellness within the family and society.  

Her mission is therefore to empower women as change makers, by
  • Spreading awareness on living a beautiful and balanced life
  • Being a true healthcare advocate within the private consultation, through safe and modern integrative methods.  
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Dr Kam graduated from King's College London and has over 10 years of clinical experience in the UK and Singapore.

She then received training at the Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine, and in Advanced Nutrient Therapy and Brain Biochemistry at the Walsh Research Institute, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

She enjoys working with women and children, and those with mental health and complex chronic diseases.

Dr Kam's approach:

  1. A thorough history and clinical examination to elicit the root cause of illness.  This may be nutritional deficiencies, imbalances, or environmental toxins that can result in cellular dysfunction, illness or disease.

  2. Use of targeted testing to analyse your unique epigenetics and biochemistry

  3. Formulates your personalised treatment protocol using dietary interventions, herbs and supplements to correct underlying causes as well as provide symptomatic relief.  

    This may involve removal of certain foods from the diet or toxins from the patient’s environment, or formulation of bespoke supplements such as vitamins, minerals, trace elements and essential fatty acids where diet and lifestyle alone cannot rectify physiological imbalances.

    As an experienced family physician, she will safely combine the use of prescription medication with your therapies if clinically indicated.

Certified by the London College of Clinical Hypnotherapy, and versed with CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy), she has a good understanding of mind-body medicine, bringing depth into consultations where emotional wellness may be a limiting factor in recovery.