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Dr. Jeffrey Morrison
Dr. Jeffrey Morrison is an award-winning medical doctor who champions a nutritional approach to healthcare, focusing on preventing and reversing degenerative and chronic diseases. Dr. Morrison’s specific treatments are aimed at enhancing the body’s ability to heal and detoxify itself.
In 2001, Dr. Morrison was on the medical staff at the Atkins Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine in New York City, where he worked under the late Dr. Robert Atkins. He then went on to become the medical director of the Wellness Medical Center of Integrative Medicine in New York City. In 2002, Dr. Morrison opened The Morrison Center, where he has used his successful integrative medicine and nutritional approach for patients with many types of medical conditions.
Dr. Morrison has an undergraduate degree from the University of Rochester and received his medical doctorate from Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia. He is trained and Board Certified in Family Practice and has completed additional training in Environmental Medicine. Dr. Morrison is a member of the American Academy of Environmental Medicine (AAEM) as well as a lecturer and Board Member for the American College for the Advancement in Medicine (ACAM).
Dr. Morrison is the author of Cleanse Your Body, Clear Your Mind and has made many television appearances, written journal articles, chapters for textbooks, and has lectured throughout the country in the field of integrative and complementary medicine. Visit his web sites for more info: TheMorrisonCenter.com and DailyBenefit.com.
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