What's in the Vax
Dr. Larry Pavlevsky M.D.
Dr. Palevsky is a NYS licensed pediatrician, who utilizes a holistic approach to children’s wellness and illness. Dr. Palevsky received his medical degree from the NYU School of Medicine in 1987, completed a three-year pediatric residency at The Mount Sinai Hospital in NYC in 1990, and served as a pediatric fellow in the ambulatory care out-patient department at Bellevue Hospital, NYC, from 1990-1991. Since 1991, his clinical experience includes working in pediatric emergency and intensive care medicine, in-patient, and out-patient pediatric medicine, neonatal intensive care medicine, newborn and delivery room medicine, and conventional, holistic and integrative pediatric private practice. Dr. Palevsky is a diplomate of the American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine, and Past–President of the American Holistic Medical Association. He received his pediatric board certification in 1990, and passed his pediatric board recertification exams in 1997, 2004, and 2011.
In his current pediatric practice, Dr. Palevsky offers well-child examinations, consultations and educational programs to families and practitioners in the areas of preventive and holistic health; childhood development; lifestyle changes; nutrition for adults, infants and children; safe, alternative treatments for common and difficult to treat acute and chronic pediatric and adult conditions; vaccination controversies; mindful parenting; and rethinking the medical paradigm. Additionally, he teaches holistic integrative pediatric & adolescent medicine to parents, and medical and allied health professionals, both nationally & internationally, and is available for speaking engagements worldwide.
James Neuenschwander, M.D
James Neuenschwander, M.D. (a.k.a. Dr. Neu) founded Bio Energy Medical Center, a multidisciplinary, integrative medical practice located in Ann Arbor, MI, Since the formation of his practice in 1988, he has treated children and adults with complex, chronic health problems which have not responded to conventional therapies and strives to promote wellness through prevention. His approach consists of searching for and remediating root causes. He also founded and is co-owner of Creating Brighter Futures, an ABA center, located in Ann Arbor, MI.
Dr. Neu graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science Degree, in the honors program in cellular and molecular biology from the University of Michigan in 1981. He went on to receive his Medical Degree, from the University of Michigan in 1985. After graduation, he completed three years of a surgical residency at the University of Michigan before leaving voluntarily to pursue a career in integrative medicine.
Dr. Neu is board-certified in Emergency Medicine (BCEM/AAPS), Integrative and Holistic Medicine (ABIM/AAPS, ABIHM), as well as Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine (ABAARM). In addition, he is a Fellow of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M) and holds a certification in chelation therapy. He is a member of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, American Academy of Anti- Aging Medicine, American College for the Advancement of Medicine, and the International Lyme Associated Disease Society. He has been a Defeat Autism Now (DAN!) practitioner since 2007. He has been a member of Medical Academy Pediatric Special Needs (MAPS) since its founding, a fellow since 2014, and currently a faulty and executive board member of the organization. He has over 30 years of experience in integrative medicine and over 25 years of experience in emergency medicine.
Dr. Neu’s patients frequently experience significant improvements by exploring and modifying diet and nutrition, toxic load factors, allergies and sensitivities, hormones and psychological influences. He regularly teaches Continuing Medical Educations courses on children's health issues to physicians and other health professionals. Dr. Neu has lectured, nationally and internationally, on a broad range of topics including integrative approaches to immune system imbalances/disorders; detoxification; treatment of complex chronic illness, and the integrative medicine treatment of autism, ADHD, and allergies. He has lectured extensively about the gut-brain-immune system, and brain connections.
On a personal note, Dr. Neu is married with 3 children and 3 step-children, as well as 4 grandchildren, one dog and one cat. He enjoys boating, fishing, and researching ways to improve the health outcomes of his patients.
Donald B. Reinders, M.D. is a family medicine practitioner in Fremont, MI specializing in Family Medicine.
Dr. Alvin Moss M.D.
2017 Department of Medicine Outstanding Service Award, West Virginia University School of Medicine
2016 Community Services Award from the Community Living Initiatives Corporation, Morgantown, WV
Certificate of Appreciation for Loyal and Dedicated Service to the Citizens of West Virginia, West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources, 2015
Medal of Excellence Award, American Association of Kidney Patients, 2015
West Virginia University Benedum Distinguished Scholar Award, 2011
Renal Physicians Association Distinguished Service Award, 2011
West Virginia University School of Medicine Department of Medicine Community Service Award 2009
West Virginia University Hospitals Star Performer Award October 2008
Ethel and Gerry Heebink Award for Distinguished Service to the State of West Virginia granted by West Virginia University-2008
Recognition and Appreciation from the West Virginia Members of the Association of Professional Chaplains-May 2007
American College of Physicians-West Virginia Chapter- Laureate Award-2005
Special Recognition Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Mid-Atlantic Renal Coalition 2005
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Certificate in Recognition of Outstanding Performance and Service 2005
West Virginia Hospital Association 2004 Excellence in Leadership Award
Guest Editor. West Virginia Medical Journal issue on End-of-Life Care including Pain Management. Volume 98, no. 3, May/June 2002.
Friend of Nursing Award. Fifth District Annual Nursing Award of the West Virginia Nurses Association, 2002
West Virginia Health Care Association Presidential Citation, 2001
Excellence in Quality Leadership Award, West Virginia University Hospitals, 2000
Distinguished West Virginian awarded by Governor Cecil Underwood, 2000
West Virginia Hospice Council Advocate of the Year, 2000
National Leadership Training Program for Physicians in Clinical Medical Ethics, Center for Clinical Medical Ethics, University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, 1989-90
"Outstanding Faculty Award", Department of Medicine, West Virginia University School of Medicine, 1984.
"Outstanding Teacher Award", Internal Medicine Residency Program, Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital, 1981-1983.
President, Class of 1975, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.
Harvard College, BA, magna cum laude