Medical training was at Fitzwilliam College Cambridge and St Bartholomew's Hospital,
London. General practitioner in Winslow from 1980 to 2001. Married with adult children.
Dr Clark was
a single handed practitioner for many years at Horn Street, when he retired on grounds of ill health following a bad
car accident in 1997. During this time he took part in nearly 90 Pase II, III and IV clinical trials.
will provide a limited service for private patients. He has a special interest in tranquilliser dependency.
Please telephone Horn Street Clinic for an appointment: 01296 714504
dependency: Dr Clark developed the fractional dilution method of diazepam withdrawal in the early
1990's, now known as the Winslow method.
He is the Honorary Medical
Adviser to CITA (Council for Involuntary Tranquilliser Addiction) http://www.benzo.org.uk/cita2.htm and has had considerable experience in dealing with this form of dependency.
The method involves the systematic dilution of diazepam elixir with a properly constituted placebo.
Dr Clark undertakes medico-legal examinations on a weekly basis at Horn Street Clinic.
Owner of 24, Horn Street.
travel, art, architecture; in fact, has an intense curiosity about everything except football.