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Andras Konya MD PhD
Dana Flavin MD MS
Mitch Fleisher MD DHt
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Mitchell A. Fleisher, M.D., D.Ht., D.A.B.F.M., Dc.A.B.C.T. 


Dr. Mitch Fleisher is a double board-certified family physician specializing in classical homeopathy, nutritional and botanical medicine, chelation, bio-oxidative, and bio-identical hormone therapy with over thirty years experience practicing the gentler art and science of integrative medicine.  Dr. Fleisher has served as an active member of the clinical faculty of the National Center for Homeopathy, a Clinical Instructor for the University of Virginia Health Sciences Center and at the Medical College of Virginia, where he has taught homeopathy in the introductory complementary medicine programs, and has and continues to lecture throughout the U.S. and internationally on classical homeopathy and nutritional therapy to both medical professionals and the lay public.  Dr. Fleisher has served on the faculty of the New England School of Homeopathy and as a Clinical Preceptor for the esteemed Hahnemann College of Homeopathy, and is a graduate of both of these homeopathic institutions.  He attended Stanford University School of Medicine, during which time he began his homeopathic studies in 1975, and he is a former Assistant Clinical Professor of Family Medicine at the Medical College of Virginia and former Associate Medical Director of the MCV/Blackstone Family Practice Residency Training Program, of which he is a graduate.  He is also a former Assistant Clinical Professor of Family Medicine at the University of Virginia Health Sciences Center and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians, Diplomate of the American Board of Family Medicine, Diplomate of the American Board of Homeotherapeutics and Diplomate Candidate of the American Board of Chelation Therapy.  He serves as a professional, integrative medicine consultant to several, major health care institutions and corporations, as an organizer and participant in integrative medicine clinical research, as the medical director of a highly regarded nutritional company involved in the research and development of high quality nutraceutical supplements, as an editorial advisor for several published texts on homeopathy and nutritional therapy, as a member of the editorial board of the American Journal of Homeopathic Medicine, and contributes articles on homeopathic medicine, nutritional therapy, chelation therapy and integrative, complementary alternative medicine to medical journals and popular magazines.  Dr. Fleisher is the Chief Medical Officer and Vice President of HRWellness Consultants, LLC, a unique, cutting edge consulting firm offering integrative medicine corporate wellness programs to empower employees with safe, non-toxic, cost-effective tools to improve their health, and that of their families, in the work-place and beyond.  He is the author of Alternative DrMCare Natural Medical Self-Care Protocols© designed to help people help themselves with natural therapies, which may be accessed at www.alternativedrmcare.com.   Dr. Fleisher is in private practice in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains in Nellysford, Virginia, and can be contacted at (434) 361-1896.  He may also be reached via his website, www.alternativemedcare.com, an international resource for integrative CAM (complementary alternative medicine).


CURRICULUM VITAE

 

Rockfish Center, Suite 1

P.O. Box 303

Nellysford, Virginia  22958

(434) 361-1896

FAX 361-1928

 


 

Certification & Licensure:

  • National Medical Board Exams Parts I and II, passed June 1979 and September 1979
  • E.C.F.M.G. Permanent Certificate, January 1982; Revalidated October 1985
  • F.L.E.X., Parts I, II and III (New York), passed June 1983
  • Licensed to practice Medicine and Surgery in the Commonwealth of Virginia, September 1984 to present
  • ACLS/BLS Certification:  Oct 1984; Jan 1988; April 1989
  • Advanced Trauma Life Support Certification, June 1988
  • ACLS Instructor Certification, July 1989, April 1991
  • Diplomate Certification, American Board of Family Practice, July 1989 to present
  • Fellow, American Academy of Family Physicians, October 1989 to present
  • Certificate of Competence in Classical Homeopathic Medical Practice, July 1993
  • Diplomate candidate, American Board of Chelation Therapy, May 1997
  • Diplomate, American Board of Homeotherapeutics, April 2002


 

Education:

  • State University of New York at Buffalo
  • 1971-75, B.A Biology (Highest Honors)
  • Stanford University School of Medicine/CETEC University/
  • State University of New York Downstate Medical Center,
  • 1975-81, M.D. Degree

 


Postgraduate Training:

  • PGY-1 through PGY-3, St. Elizabeth Hospital Family Practice Residency Program, Utica New York, 1982-85
  • Acting Chief Resident Physician, St. Elizabeth Hospital, November 1984 to January 1985
  • PGY-4 through PGY-5, Medical College of Virginia-Blackstone Family Practice Residency Program, 1987-89
  • Hahnemann College of Homeopathy, January 1991 to July 1993
  • New England School of Homeopathy, October 1993 to October 1994


 

Practice Experience:

  1. Integrative CAM (Complementary Alternative Medicine) Family Physician, private practice, Virginia, July 1989 to present 
  2. Assistant Clinical Professor, Dept. of Family Medicine, University of Virginia Health Sciences Center, Charlottesville, Virginia, April 1995 to May 2000 
  3. Clinical Instructor University of Virginia School of Nursing, January 1993 to June 2001 
  4. Staff Homeopathic Family Physician, The Blue Ridge Medical Center, Colleen, Virginia, January 1993 to June 1996 
  5. Medical Director/Chief Physician, Mecklenburg Correctional Center, Dept. of Corrections, Commonwealth of Virginia, July 1991 to December 1992 
  6. Acting Medical Director, Mecklenburg Correctional Center, Virginia Dept. of Corrections, June 1990 to June 1991 
  7. Assistant Clinical Professor, Dept. of Family Medicine, Medical College of Virginia/Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia, July 1989 to June 1991 
  8. Associate Medical Director, Medical College of Virginia-Blackstone Family Practice Residency Program, Blackstone, Virginia, July 1989 to June 1991 
  9. Staff Emergency Physician, part-time, Community Memorial Hospital, South Hill, Virginia, January 1989 to June 1990 
  10. Staff Emergency Physician, part-time, Emergency Consultants, Inc., Virginia, August 1988 to June 1990 
  11. Staff Emergency Physician, part-time, Coastal Emergency Services, Inc., Virginia, June 1988 to June 1990 
  12. Staff Primary Care Physician, part-time, Patient First Medical Centers, Richmond, Virginia, May 1988 to June 1990 
  13. Staff Family Physician, part-time, Urgent Care Emergicenter, Richmond, Virginia, January 1988 to June 1989 
  14. Medical Director, PrimeCare Medical Center, Alexandria, Virginia, January 1986 to June 1987 
  15. Associate Medical Director, Primecare Medical Center, Alexandria, Virginia, October 1985 to January 1986 
  16. Staff Family Physician, Heron Medical Center, Old Town Alexandria, Virginia, August 1985 to October 1985


 

Achievements & Activities:

·         Summa Cum Laude Honors Biology graduate, State University of New York at Buffalo, June 1975

·         Phi Beta Kappa, Society, elected June 1975

·         Honors Biological Research Program in Neurophysiology, State University of New York at Buffalo, 1974-75

·         Assistant Director, Paraprofessional Medical/Psychological Crisis Counseling Center, State University of New York at Buffalo, 1971-75.  Developed and administered emergency outreach teams and sensitivity training programs

·         Inaugurator and coordinator of extracurricular, audiovisual medical lecture series program examining alternative health care systems for medical students and academic physician staff, Stanford University Medical Center, Palo Alto, CA, 1976-79

·         Homeopathic clinical preceptorship with Bill Gray, M.D., Mill Valley, CA, October 1976 to November 1977

·         Developer and manager (Chairperson), St. Elizabeth Hospital Family Practice-Utica Family YMCA Public Health Education and Physical Fitness Program, Utica, NY, 1984-85

·         Designer of versatile patient self-help and preventive health maintenance education materials based on practice management principles of American Academy of Family Physicians and used successfully in PrimeCare Medical Center, 1985-87

·         Consultant in medical administration and part-time physician for PrimeCare Medical Centers/PHP Healthcare Corporation, Alexandria, VA, July 1987 to 1991

·         Medical Director, Clinical Outpatient Laboratory, Blackstone Family Practice Center, Blackstone, Virginia, July 1989 to June 1991

·         Clinical Instructor, Nottoway County Emergency Medical Technician, Squads, Crewe, Virginia, July 1989 to June 1991

·         Leader/Instructor, Richmond Homeopathic Study Group, official affiliate of National Center for Homeopathy, Richmond, Virginia, June 1989 to July 1992

·         Homeopathic clinical preceptorship with George Guess, M.D., Richmond, Virginia, June 1991 to July 1993

·         ASG Leader participant in first National Center for Homeopathy Summer School Study Group Leadership Development Course, Beverly, Massachusetts, June 1990

·         Professional public lecturing on classical homeopathy and nutritional therapy throughout Virginia and U.S.A., Spring 1991 to present

·         Clinical Instructor, International Foundation for Homeopathy Advanced Acute Prescriber Course, Bethesda, Maryland, October 1992

·         Clinical Instructor, ‘Healing Options' alternative medicine elective course, University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville, Virginia, November 1992 to June 2004

·         Clinical faculty of New England School of Homeopathy and organizer of courses in Charlottesville, Virginia, and Washington, D.C., May 1993 to October 1994

·         Professional medical consultant for several, U.S. nutritional corporations in R&D of nutraceutical products, 1993 to present

·         Representative and speaker for the Hahnemann College of Homeopathy before Adhoc Advisory Committee on Unconventional Medical Practices, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, June 1993

·         Representative for the Blue Ridge Medical Center presenting research and clinical experience demonstrating integration of homeopathy into rural primary care practice before members of Presidential Health Care Reform Task Force, Old Executive Office Building, Washington, D.C., July 1993

·         Clinical faculty, National Center for Homeopathy Summer School Professional Level Courses, June 1994 to present

·         Medical consultant/professional homeopathic educator for Boiron/Bornemann Homeopathic Pharmaceutical Co., 1993-95

·         Medical consultant/presenter for special meeting of FDA-OTC Drug Policy Staff sponsored by American Homeopathic Pharmaceutical Association and Homeopathic Pharmacopeia Committee of the U.S., Philadelphia, PA, October 27, 1994

·         Executive Director, Hahnemannian Medical Society of the Old Dominion, Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington, D.C., July 1995 to October 1996

·         Physician representative for homeopathic community before Virginia Dept. of Health Professions Alternative/Complementary Medicine Regulatory Investigative Committee, Richmond, Virginia, August 15, 1995

·         Professional homeopathic lecturer, Natural Products Exposition, Baltimore, Maryland and Los Angeles, California, September 1995, October 1996, March 1998

·         Clinical Instructor, Medical College of Virginia Introductory Course, on Alternative and Complementary Medicine, Richmond, Virginia, November 1996 to 2006

·         ACAM Physicians' Chelation Therapy Course Graduate, Tampa, Florida, April 1997

·         Homeopathic medical consultant for Dovetail Technologies, Inc, College Park, Maryland, July 1997 to June 2003

·         Physician-delegate, Health Masters International, LLC-sponsored Sino-American symposium on health care information and services interexchange, Beijing, China; delivered first introductory lecture on homeopathic medicine given in People's Republic of China, January 1999

·         Acting Medical Director, Health Masters International, LLC, Charlottesville, VA and Beijing, China, January 1999 to May 1999

·         Homeopathic and nutritional medical consultant for Physicians' Nutraceutical Laboratories, Inc., Healthmed.com and MotherNature.com, January 2000 to December 2004

·         Homeopathic and nutritional medical consultant for Amazon Herb Co., January 2002 to 2008

·         Medical Director, NAC Marketing, Inc., July 2004 to April 2011

·         Medical Consultant for Vitamin Research Products, Inc., and Complementary Prescriptions, Inc., June 2005 to present

·         Medical advisory consultant for Tango Advanced Nutrition, Inc., January 2006 to present

·         Medical Director, Plus Life, Pte., Ltd., Singapore, 2008 to 2011

·         Executive Medical Director and Executive Director of Wellness, involved in design & management of virtual medicine program, how2connect.com, 1virtualhealth.com, and vhealthclinic.com, April 2011 to June 2014

·         Medical Director, Progressive Laboratories, Inc., July 2007 to present

·         Medical Director, True Earth Health Products, LLC, May 2015 to present

 


Professional Memberships:

American Academy of Family Physicians

Virginia Academy of Family Physicians

American College for Advancement in Medicine

American College of Integrative Medicine

American Institute of Homeopathy

National Center for Homeopathy

New England Homeopathy Academy

American Board of Family Medicine

American Board of Homeotherapeutics

American Board of Chelation Therapy

American Association for Health Freedom

 

 

Personal and Professional References:  

Furnished upon request