Dr. David Brady

Dr. David Brady

David M. Brady, ND, CCN, DACBN, IFMCP

Dr. David Brady, a foremost authority on properly diagnosing and treating fibromyalgia, has been featured in top popular media including ELLE, NPR, and Dr. Oz; has published in leading peer-reviewed medical journals including Open Journal of Rheumatology and Autoimmune Disease and Integrative Medicine: A Clinician’s Journal; has published chapters on fibromyalgia in definitive medical textbooks including Advancing Medicine with Food and Nutrients and Integrative Gastroenterology; and has presented at prestigious medical conferences, including the Annual Symposium of Functional Medicine and the Integrative Healthcare Symposium.

Dr. Brady has over 27-years of experience in clinical practice and over 23 in health sciences academia. Currently practicing at Whole Body Medicine in Fairfield, Connecticut, Dr. Brady sees patients from all around the country, and the world, suffering from chronic pain and fatigue syndromes, gastrointestinal issues, autoimmune disorders, thyroid conditions, and more utilizing a functional medicine approach.

Additionally, Dr. Brady is the Director of the Human Nutrition Institute at the University of Bridgeport, as well as the Chief Medical Officer of Designs for Health, Inc. and of Diagnostic Solutions Laboratory, LLC, where he has developed some of the most innovative nutritional and nutriceutical products and diagnostic laboratory testing available today. Having witnessed his mother suffer through the wringer of the medical system, Dr. Brady is uniquely passionate not only as a doctor but also as a patient advocate, ensuring that patients receive compassionate care and meaningful results. For more information, visit FibroFix.com and DrDavidBrady.com.

 

Read - Dr. Oz Show Blog featuring Expert Dr. David Brady - Do You Really Have Fibromyalgia?

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