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Stanley Gardner, M.D. Posted August 1, 2009

Stanley Gardner, MD is a valued member of the physician team with Dr. Derrick Lonsdale and Dr. James Frackelton at Preventive Medicine Group outside Cleveland, OH. During his years in the Philippines and his first thirteen years of practice, Dr. Gardner observed many diseases which could be prevented entirely, healed more quickly, or have caused less damaging results through the application of proper nutrition. He became interested in the many elements which combine to strengthen the immune system and help individuals resist disease. Dr. Gardner gained additional expertise in Oriental medicine and clinical nutrition to address patient’s health. Dr. Gardner joins us today to discuss the role of heavy metals in heart disease. Heavy metals toxicity is widespread and linked to both high blood pressure and cardiovascular incidents including heart attacks.

Stanley M. Gardner, M.D., has a deep love for people and their well being. The father of eight children, Dr. Gardner trained in the Philippines and at the University of Utah and University of Nebraska at Omaha. Following his graduation from college, he did cancer research for two years prior to entering medical school.

During his years in the Philippines and his first thirteen years of practice, Dr. Gardner observed many diseases which could be prevented entirely, healed more quickly, or have caused less damaging results through the application of proper nutrition. He became interested in the many elements which combine to strengthen the immune system and help individuals resist disease.

He practiced pediatrics for ten years in Tanner Memorial Clinic in Layton, Utah. During his years in pediatrics, Dr. Gardner became an expert in learning disabilities and attention problems in children and adults. He became medical director of the Adult and Child Study Center in Billings, Montana, where he practiced for eight years prior to coming to Ohio to join Preventive Medicine Group. As he worked with patients, he saw significant improvements in learning and behavior through changing the diet and supplementing the diet with proper nutrition.

Dr. Gardner became acquainted with the healing arts of Oriental Medicine and is a certified practitioner of Jin Shin Jyutsu. This gentle and relaxing treatment has helped many who are not able to alleviate their discomfort through other modalities. In addition to pain management, Dr. Gardner also specializes in allergy testing and desensitization using energy medicine, natural bioidentical hormone replacement therapy and the treatment of fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue. He is in the process of writing a book which covers many of the principles of energy and well being. Dr. Gardner now utilizes his different areas of training and experience to work with patients who suffer from all kinds of diseases.

Dr. Gardner applies a consistent, thorough, and dedicated approach to problem solving, and loves to work with his patients in designing a healing direction for them.