Jeffrey Gladd, MD

With twenty-one years of experience in the medical field, Dr. Jeff Gladd, MD is the owner of GladdMD Integrative Medicine and since 2019 has been the Chief Medical Officer at Fullscript.

Dr. Jeffrey Gladd graduated from Indiana University School of Medicine in 2001. He then went on to train in family medicine at Ball Memorial Hospital in Muncie, Indiana. After completing his residency, Gladd started a family practice that encompassed full spectrum care, including obstetrics, colonoscopy and endoscopy in Columbia City, Indiana In 2006. After the birth of his second child, Gladd transformed his professional and personal focus toward health through nutrition. By educating himself and applying the principles of eating whole foods, he lost 50 pounds, and reveled in improved energy and mental clarity. As a physician, increasing doses and adding medications was no longer acceptable. Gladd delved into his patients' lives — how they ate, how they managed stress, and discovered real health care.

Gladd completed the University of Arizona Integrative Medicine fellowship program under the direction of Dr. Andrew Weil, MD at the end of 2009. While in the fellowship, Gladd served as the medical director of the Parkview Center for Integrative Medicine in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and in 2010 opened GladdMD Integrative Medicine where he blends health-promoting care with high access technology.

With the success of GladdMD, Dr. Gladd has become a sought-after speaker on physician entrepreneurship, social media, and technology in healthcare.

Tieraona Low Dog, MD

From a young age, Dr. Tieraona Low Dog has been deeply drawn to the natural world and the field of natural medicine. Her academic journey encompasses a diverse range of disciplines including massage therapy, martial arts, midwifery, and herbal medicine, before going to earn her medical degree from the University of New Mexico School of Medicine.

As a pioneer in the field, Dr. Low Dog not only served as a founding member of the American Board of Physician Specialties' American Board of Integrative Medicine; but she was also among the first cohort of physicians to be board certified in this newly emerging field. Her leadership extends to her tenure as Director of the first Inter-professional Fellowship in Integrative Health and Medicine, Fellowship Director for the University of Arizona's Center for Integrative Medicine that was founded by Andrew Weil, MD, and Co-Founder and guiding teacher for the New York Zen Center’s Fellowship in Contemplative Medicine. She currently oversees the Fellowship of Integrative and Functional Medicine at the University of California-Irvine's Susan Samueli Integrative Health Institute.

Dr. Low Dog's dedication to public service is exemplified by her appointments to significant positions, including her service on the White House Commission for Complementary and Alternative Medicine Policy by President Bill Clinton and her advisory role at the NIH National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, being appointed by HHS Secretary Thompson under President George W. Bush. Her leadership has been instrumental in her long-standing role (25 years) as Chair for various dietary supplements and botanicals expert panels at the United States Pharmacopeia.

Recognized as a foremost authority in integrative medicine, women’s health, dietary supplements, and herbal medicine, her scholarly work encompasses over 54 peer-reviewed scientific articles, 25 chapters in medical textbooks, and numerous authoritative books on health and medicine. Dr. Low Dog's global influence is highlighted by her participation in over 600 medical and scientific conferences worldwide.


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