Dr. Sezelle Gereau
Dr. Gereau is a surgeon in the sub-specialty of Otolaryngology (Ear Nose and Throat). She has additional postgraduate training in Pediatric Otolaryngology, Allergy, Integrative Medicine and Functional Medicine. This background makes her uniquely qualified to diagnose and treat all variety of diseases of the head and neck. Dr. Gereau started her medical career in East Harlem as a National Public Health Corps physician. Her residency and fellowship were at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx. She served as Director of the Pediatric ENT Clinic at Jacobi Medical Center and the Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital, Columbia University Medical Center, where she was awarded The Marvin Schevy Award for Excellence in Clinical Teaching.
Dr Gereau received her formal training in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona. Here, under the tutelage of Dr. Andrew Weil, she learned new methodologies to restore wellness, many of which were incorporated into her treatment of patients at the Continuum Center for Health and Healing, where she practiced integrative medicine for 12 years with other world-renowned medical practitioners.
During her 22 years as a surgeon, Dr. Gereau tackled all varieties of ENT disorders. She now practices non-surgical Otolaryngology with knowledge amassed in the areas of allergy, immunotherapy, herbs and supplements, cranio-sacral and myo-fascial therapies. These methodologies allow her to assess and treat many of the same illnesses that she previously approached with a scalpel – only now with diet, nutraceuticals, allergy drops and myofascial manipulation.
· Department of Otolaryngology, Mt. Sinai Hospital
· Department of Family Medicine, Beth Israel Hospital
· Arbor Vitae School for Traditional Herbalism
Dr. Gereau has authored numerous articles and chapters, and has appeared on radio and television.