MB ChB, Dip Obst, FRNZCGP
(at Number 128)
Monday 1.30 - 6.30pm, Tuesday 9.15am - 6.30pm, Wed 9am - 6.30pm, Thursday 9am - 6.30pm, Friday 1.30 - 6.30pm, some Saturdays 9am - 11.45.
I graduated in medicine from Otago University in 1974 and received the Diploma in Obstetrics in 1976. I worked as a rural general practitioner at the Dargaville Medical Centre for 17 years and earned admission to the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners in 1984. I came to Auckland in 1994, when my wife was appointed as a minister in Howick, and in collaboration with Doctors Mark Denekamp and Serene Hu, established Millhouse Medical Centre.
I am skilled in the care of pregnancy (over 700 babies delivered) and infant care. I am also experienced in emergency medicine, care of the elderly and strategies to attain better health. Over the last 30 years I have pursued specialised training in diet, nutritional therapies and acupuncture.
My wife Vivian and I have four adult children and seven grandchildren. When I am not busy with medical practice and community involvement, I enjoy family activities, reading, gardening, swimming and playing the piano.
I aim to assist each person to attain quality health. I often use conventional medical therapies but in many cases inherent life energy can be enhanced with simple interventions in areas like nutrition, exercise, mind transformation and lifestyle change.
Acupuncture treatment - for pain states, muscle and joint injuries and other diseases.
Mind-body intervention - relaxation techniques, meditation, prayer, taichi etc
Nutritional therapies - using diet, nutritional supplements and herbal medicines.
Natural hormone therapies - using physiological doses of the body's hormones
Dr Coleman has made his fact sheets
available to patients.