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Dr, Michael Galitzer, M.D.

He has been practicing Longevity Medicine since 1986, including the areas of nutrition, lifestyle,

exercise, weight management, heavy metal toxicity, intra-venous orthomolecular medicine, Bio-

identical hormones, and the all important area of cell, tissue, and organ regeneration. In 1989-

1990 he completed a UCLA course in Medical Acupuncture, and incorporates acupuncture

amongst many other treatment modalities.

He is also an innovator, creating homeopathic and herbal tinctures for health care professionals

since 1994. These formulas are marketed by Apex Energetics in Irvine, California. These

formulas are unique and address several different areas of improving the body physiology:

 Drainage of the liver, kidney, lymph systems – for toxin elimination

 Balancing of the hormonal milieu

 Specific organ regeneration

He has also developed a line of formulas that address the important area of increasing protein

synthesis of organs that are exhibiting accelerated aging. These formulas represent an exciting

breakthrough for the field of Anti-Aging Medicine.

Dr. Galitzer had been a member of the following organizations:

 The American Association of Medical Acupuncture

 The American Association of Acupuncture and Bio-Energetic Medicine

 The International Oxidative Medical Association

 The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine

He was a Board member of the American College for Advancement in Medicine, a leading

organization of physicians in the area of Alternative and Complementary Medicine.

Dr. Galitzer has been lecturing to doctors and other health care professionals for almost 25 years.

He has lectured in Italy and Holland in the area of BioEnergetic Medicine. In the United States

he has given numerous lectures in Alternative Medicine. In 1997 he addressed the American

College for Advancement in Medicine, speaking about Biological Terrain Assessment. In 1998

he addressed the International College of Oxidative Medicine. In May 2005 he lectured to the

American College for Advancement in Medicine concerning the BioEnergetic Treatment of

Menopause. In December 2015, he presented 3 lectures at the American Academy of Anti-

Aging Medicine meeting in Las Vegas. He will also be presenting at the April 2017 meeting of

A4M. He will be presenting at the Sun Valley Wellness Festival in May 2017.

Dr. Galitzer's professional publications include "Re-ignite Your Spark, No Batteries Required",

which is a patient's guide to Energy Medicine. He has written accompanying professional guides

to his lines of formulas. He had a research paper published in Explore Magazine in 2002 on

increasing mercury excretion using naturally magnetized water. He also had an article published

in The Townsend Letter for Doctors in 2003 on the subject of Metabolic Typing. He wrote the

chapter on Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) in "Alternative Medicine, the

Definitive Guide," in 2002, which sold 750,000 copies. In 2015 he was interviewed in Life

Extension Magazine.

Dr. Galitzer wrote the foreword to Suzanne Somers', "Fast and Easy," in 2002, a book about

nutrition and health. He was interviewed in Suzanne Somers' N.Y. Times best-selling book, "The

Sexy Years", a book about using Bio-identical hormones to improve the health of men and

women. The book has sold over 2 million copies, and as a result his offices have been inundated

with patients from all over the world wanting this kind of help. He was interviewed in Suzanne's

2005 book, "Slim and Sexy Forever." Additionally, Dr. Galitzer wrote the foreword to, and was

interviewed in her book, "Ageless." He has also been featured in her other books –

“Breakthrough,” “Knockout,” “Sexy Forever,” and ”Bombshell.” .He will be featured in

Suzanne’s next book, “ A New Way to Age “ in the Spring of 2019.

Michael Galitzer grew up in New York City, and was a graduate of the Bronx High School of

Science in 1965. He graduated cum laude from the State University of New York @ Buffalo in

1969, and graduated from SUNY Upstate Medical School in 1973.

He had the good fortune to do a rotating internship at Good Samaritan Hospital, Los Angeles,

CA in 1973 and was able to rotate through many medical and surgical sub-specialties. In 1974 he

began practicing Emergency Medicine, and in 1982 was among the first 100 doctors in the

United States to become board certified in Emergency Medicine. He was a co-director of a Los

Angeles hospital Emergency room in 1982. He practiced ER Medicine for 15 years, and

eventually moved into the realm of natural, holistic, energetic, Biological Medicine.

He earned about herbs, homeopathy, acupuncture, energy medicine devices, intra-venous

Vitamin C therapy, photons, light and music therapy, low level lasers, and much more. Most

importantly he was able to test any product – food, herbs, homeopathics, supplements, hormones,

and pharmaceuticals – to determine if the product was both effective and tolerated. This allowed

him to prescribe a specific protocol for each patient!

For the past 31 years his practice has flourished. He has had the good fortune to stay healthy,

and move into anti-aging medicine, an area of medicine that is of interest to all.

He has a medical practice where patients have fun, and feel better when they leave, than when

they arrive. Call it an energy medicine spa, a place where one can come to acquire Outstanding


Dr. Galitzer is the medical director of The American Health Institute, an organization dedicated

to education and research in the areas of anti-aging medicine and cancer. The American Health

Institute’s medical office is located in Los Angeles, California.

His first book, “Outstanding Health, - The 6 Essential Keys To Maximize Your Energy And

Well Being; How to Stay Young, Healthy, and Sexy For The Rest Of Your Life” - was

published in March 2015. His recent book, “A New Calm,” describes the breakthrough stress

reducing technology, NuCalm, that has profound regenerative and anti-aging effects.

He is currently a contributing writer to the newsletter, “What I Learned This Week,” at