Marc Brodsky, MD, has more than a decade of experience providing care
at Stamford Hospital. He specializes in providing relief for chronic pain without the use of prescription medications.
After serving in the U.S. Navy for eight years, Dr. Brodsky completed
an integrative medicine fellowship at UCLA, where he also underwent
fellowship training in medical education and research. He uses this advanced training to research the effectiveness of integrative medicine therapies on pain and other chronic health conditions. He also teaches medical students and residents at Columbia University about integrative medicine practices such as exercise, nutrition and acupuncture.
Dr. Brodsky believes in self-care for both physicians and patients to improve
both mental and physical health. He provides comprehensive care for
his patients, using a combination of traditional and alternative medicine
treatments to improve their health.
He holds patents for several integrative medicine therapies, including a botanical Marc Brodsky, MD tincture for gastrointestinal conditions, a massage device for myofascial release and trigger point therapy, and a topical analgesic for fibromyalgia.
Dr. Brodsky offers personalized care to all patients, ensuring they can choose
the treatment that best fits their lifestyle. His goal is to help all patients
find long-term relief from pain and improve their health for years to come.