Mike Bauerschmidt, MDA native of Ohio, Dr. Bauerschmidt received his medical degree from Ohio State University. He is residency trained in Family Practice and board certified in Emergency Medicine. Dr. Bauerschmidt spent more than 25 years in Emergency Medicine,” snatching people from the jaws of death” including as Medical Director of the Emergency Medicine at Imperial Point Hospital in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. After his own personal “wake up call” in the form of a debilitating car accident, Dr. Mike has come full circle and now focuses on preventing disease and resolving the root cause of chronic problems, naturally. Before moving to Charleston, Dr. Bauerschmidt operated a highly successful Functional & Environmental Medicine practice in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. He specializes in Functional & Environmental Medicine, Bio Identical Hormone Replacement for men and women, natural pain management, IV antioxidants for general health and chronic inflammatory conditions as well as Chelation Therapy for the prevention of heart disease. His new venture with Healing at Sweetgrass also affords him the opportunity to use his skills in the treatment of environmental illness and multiple chemical sensitivity through the use of a proprietary, cutting edge, depuration program. Dr. Bauerschmidt is a member and current President of the American College for Advancement in Medicine (ACAM) and is Certified in Chelation Therapy by ACAM. He has also completed a year-long Fellowship in Environmental Medicine. Dr. Bauerschmidt’s philosophy of treating the whole person and understanding the root cause of illness is supported by his training as a Life Coach, through the Coaches Training Institute and Certified by the Physician Coaching Institute.
- Clinical Implications for Intravenous Vitamin C
- Intravenous Glutathione and Alpha-Lipoic Acid
Kelly K McCann, MD, MPH & TM
Dr. McCann is on staff at Hoag Memorial Hospital in Newport Beach, California and has been in private practice in Costa Mesa since 2008. She founded Partners in Health at the Spring Center in August 2009. Dr. McCann received a B.A. in Music from Brown University and a Master’s in Library Science from University at Albany. She went on to receive her Doctor of Medicine degree (MD) and simultaneously earned a Master’s in Public Health (MPH) in Tropical Medicine (TM) at Tulane University in New Orleans. She completed both an Internal Medicine residency at Banner Samaritan Medical Center and a Pediatrics residency at Phoenix Children’s Hospital in Phoenix, AZ.
Dr. McCann practiced medicine at the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine where she worked and trained with renowned Andrew Weil, M.D., as one of 35 distinguished fellows in residence throughout the world. After completion of the Fellowship, Dr. McCann became certified in medical acupuncture through the American Academy of Medical Acupuncture, studied environmental medicine and chelation with Dr. Walter Crinnion and biotoxins with Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker and membrane medicine with Dr. Patricia Kane. Dr. McCann is certified by the Institute of Functional Medicine and also Board Certified in Integrative Medicine by the American Board of Physician Specialties. Dr. McCann completed a Masters in Spiritual Psychology at the University of Santa Monica in August 2010. She lives in Costa Mesa with her fiancé, his daughter and their dog and cat. She enjoys yoga, dancing with her partner and traveling.
Lyn Patrick, ND
Lyn Patrick ND graduated from Bastyr University in 1984 with a doctorate in naturopathic medicine and has been in private practice as a state licensed naturopathic physician in Arizona and Colorado for the last 30 years.
Dr. Patrick is a published author of numerous articles in peer-reviewed medical journals and has been a Contributing Editor for Alternative Medicine Review, a Medline-indexed journal of complementary/alternative medical research. She speaks internationally on the integrative medical treatment of chronic hepatitis C, environmental medicine, liver disease, endocrine disruption, metal toxicology and other topics.
She is a current member of the Board of Directors of the American College for the Advancement of Medicine (ACAM) and a planner and faculty member for ACAM’s continuing medical education conferences, lecturing in the area of chelation and metal toxicology.
She is a founding partner and educator for Progressive Medical Education, an online continuing education site for primary care providers Progressive Medical Education. She is also a founding partner and presenter at the Environmental Health Symposium, an international environmental medicine conference based in the United States.
In her spare time she enjoys biking, hiking and kayaking the mountains, lakes, and rivers of southwestern Colorado.
David W. Quig, PhD
David Quig received his Masters degree in Human Nutrition from Virginia Tech, and his Ph.D. in Nutritional Biochemistry from the University of Illinois. He was then a Post-Doctoral Fellow at Cornell University for five years, prior to serving as a Senior Cardiovascular Pharmacologist with a major pharmaceutical company for seven years. For the past 34 years, he has performed and published research pertaining to lipid biochemistry, nutrition, environmental toxicants and chronic diseases. He regularly gives presentations at international and national biomedical conferences. Dr. Quig is currently Vice President, Scientific Support for Doctor’s Data, Inc. where he conducts studies pertaining to methylation, intestinal permeability, toxic metals, and nutritional status. David consults with medical practitioners about the interpretation of laboratory test results and treatment options for their patients, and is in constant pursuit of novel functional laboratory tests.