Eric R. Braverman, MD

Dr. Braverman is the Director of The Place for Achieving Total Health (PATH Medical), with locations in New York, NY, Penndel, PA (metro-Philadelphia), and a national network of affiliated medical professionals. Dr. Braverman received his B.A. Summa Cum Laude from Brandeis University and his M.D. with honors from New York University Medical School, after which he performed post-graduate work in Internal Medicine with a Yale Medical School affiliate in Greenwich, CT. Dr. Braverman is a recipient of the American Medical Association's Physician's Recognition Award.

Dr. Braverman has published over 80 research papers, many personally presented to the medical community. He is the author of five medical books, including the PATH Wellness Manual, which is a user’s guide to alternative treatments. He has appeared on CNN (Larry King Live), PBS, AHN, MSNBC, Fox News Channel and local TV Stations. Dr. Braverman has been quoted in the New York Post, New York Times and the Wall Street Journal.

Dr. Braverman is one of the foremost experts in Integrative Medicine-the combination of Conventional, Alternative and Holistic therapies recognized as the paradigm for the 21st Century. He views every patient as a whole, with recognition of the brain's global impact on illness and health. He practices preventive medicine and has a variety of nutrients to maintain good health. He is an instructor and lectures frequently. He has trained hundreds of physicians and healers.

Dr. Braverman's twenty-six years of medical education, training and clinical practice have focused on the brain's overall health. Many common conditions have their origins in brain chemical imbalances. Each of the four main lobes of the brain has a primary biochemical, called a neurotransmitter that is responsible for a specific brain function. When you are ill, physician prescribe a medication, which restores a specific brain chemical to restore health. Natural substances however can do the same thing, because each of the primary brain neurotransmitter has a precursor, which the body used to manufacture each of the four brain chemicals. That is what prompted Dr. Braverman to develop his own line of nutrient-precursors that target each of these four brain chemicals.
Total Health In The 21st Century—“The good news from the world of medicine is that in the very near future you can expect to live to be 100 years old or maybe even longer. The bad news is, the odds are that if you reach that age you won't even know you're alive. Unless you do something about it now.”

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