Stuart Freedenfeld, MD
With a career specializing in the integrative, holistic treatments of many of today’s most complex diseases, Stuart has devoted a large part of his practice to recovery of children with autism, ADD/ADHD and learning and mood disorders. He has extensive experience with safe methods of detoxification.
He received his medical degree, with honors, from the College of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey and completed a three-year residency in Family Practice at Hunterdon Medical Center where he served as chief resident from 1977-1978. A board-certified diplomat of the American Academy of Family Practice, he holds a position as clinical instructor with the Rutgers Medical School.
Stuart is an internationally respected lecturer in areas including autism, ADD/ADHD, detoxification and many afflictions associated with aging and is recognized as one of the leading experts on the integration of multiple forms of healing. His forte is in the areas of autism, chronic fatigue, chronic pain, allergy, autoimmune disease, colitis, cancer, heart and cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, detoxification, longevity and health maintenance.