GP ordered to stop using experimental machines

A GP has been reprimanded and ordered to cease using two experimental "bioresonance" machines after inappropriately diagnosing a patient with a suite of serious neurological infections including tetanus in the brain.

Dr Michael Francis Beilby has also been ordered to practise under supervision and to complete a general practice prescribing course after the NSW Professional Standards Committee found him guilty of unsatisfactory professional conduct.

The committee heard that Dr Beilby - a GP and integrative medical practitioner specialising in bio-energetic medicine -