Identifying and Addressing Pharmaceutical-Induced Nutrient Depletions in Clinical Practice: A discussion with Jeff Gladd, MD
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Pharmaceutical drugs can cause nutrient depletions, which can lead to new symptoms, illnesses, or other complications. In this interview, Jeff Gladd, MD, discusses the importance of identifying and addressing these depletions in clinical practice. Gladd is the founder of GladdMD Integrative Medicine and the chief medical officer at Fullscript. He is also the developer of Mytavin, an application that identifies medication-caused nutrient deficiencies.
About the Expert
Jeff Gladd, MD, is the chief medical officer at Fullscript. Gladd graduated from the Indiana University School of Medicine in 2001 and, after successfully opening a family practice, shifted focus toward health-promoting care by completing the University of Arizona Integrative Medicine fellowship program under the direction of Andrew Weil, MD, in 2009 and opening the Parkview Health Center for Integrative Medicine. In 2010, Gladd opened GladdMD Integrative Medicine, blending health-promoting care with high-access technology. In 2011, he created and launched the web’s first nutrient depletion calculator, Mytavin.com. With the success of GladdMD and Mytavin, Gladd has become a sought-after speaker in his field, speaking at TEDx and being featured in various industry publications.