Gary Kaplan, DO

/Gary Kaplan, DO
Gary Kaplan, DO

About Gary Kaplan, DO

Gary Kaplan, D.O. is the founder and medical director of the Kaplan Center for Integrative Medicine and author of Total Recovery: A Revolutionary New Approach to Breaking the Cycle of Pain and Depression. A pioneer and leader in the field of integrative medicine, Dr. Kaplan is one of only 19 physicians in the country to be board-certified in both Family Medicine and Pain Medicine. Dr. Kaplan is a Clinical Associate Professor of Family Medicine at Georgetown University School of Medicine and serves on the Advisory Committee to Health and Human Services for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. To read Dr. Kaplan's complete bio, click here.

Diagnosing & Treating Celiac Disease, 7-Part Video Series

Dr. Gary Kaplan addressed the DC and Northern Virginia Celiac Support groups at their June 5, 2010 meeting. In the attached video, Dr. Kaplan describes Celiac Disease (CD), as an autoimmune disorder with environmental and genetic triggers. Dr. Kaplan identifies 4 types of Celiac Disease: "Typical," "Atypical," "Silent," and "Latent," with each [...]

Preventing Colds & Flu, 5-Part Video Series

Dr. Gary Kaplan discusses how to prevent flu by taking a Vitamin D supplement. Our body use sunshine to make Vitamin D, but most Americans are deficient. If you have too little Vitamin D in your system, Dr. Kaplan recommends taking an oral Vitamin D-3 supplement. Part 2: Astra C & Astra [...]

Is Biotoxicity-Neurotoxicity the Root of Your Illness?

The painful symptoms of biotoxicity/neurotoxicity are similar to the symptoms of and can manifest as the following disease conditions: fibromyalgia, migraine headaches or chronic headaches, depression, attention deficit disorder (ADD) or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), chronic fatigue syndrome, recurrent sinus infections or chronic sinusitis, asthma that is unresponsive to conventional therapy, or autoimmune diseases [...]

Should We Add Statins to our Water?

As you may know, "statins" are a group of medications, which are used to lower cholesterol and theoretically reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke. In fact, in 2008, the New England Journal of Medicine reported that one statin, "Crestor," reduced the risk of heart attack and stroke in people with normal cholesterol levels [...]