“Aluminum and vaccine ingredients: What do we Know and What Don’t we Know?” is the topic of discussion between host Ellen Kamhi PhD RN and Dr. Palevsky, a board certified 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. He completed a pediatric residency at the Mount Sinai Hospital in NYC, and a fellowship at Bellevue Hospital-NYU School of Medicine in the pediatric outpatient department and emergency room by 1991.
Dr. Palevsky began his career working as a pediatrician in the emergency room of Our Lady of Mercy Medical Center in the Bronx, NY from 1991-1995. He served as the Chief of the Pediatric Acute Care Unit at NYC’s Lenox Hill Hospital from 1995-1998, and continued on in the Department of Pediatrics at Lenox Hill until March 2000. In April 2000, Dr. Palevsky began his practice as the holistic integrative pediatrician for the Center for Health & Healing, an integrative and complementary care medical facility affiliated with the Beth Israel Medical Center in NYC.
He offers 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.
Dr. Palevsky maintains pediatric consultation practices in Northport, Long Island, and Manhattan, and teaches holistic integrative pediatric & adolescent medicine to parents and medical and allied health professionals both nationally & internationally. He has been quoted in many national and local publications, and has been featured in many news programs, documentaries and radio shows.
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