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Erich Acebedo, M.D.

Erich Acebedo, M.D.

Advisory Board Member

Internal Medicine

Education: Cebu Doctors’ University in the Philippines; University of Cincinnati-affiliated Good Samaritan Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio

Expertise: Functional Medicine, Chronic Disease, Hormone Management

Dr. Erich Acebedo is a board-certified Internal Medicine, Age Management, and Integrative/Functional physician, who has been practicing in the Las Vegas Valley since 2012. He is an active member of the American College of Physicians, American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, Institute of Functional Medicine, Age Management Medicine, and International Society for Orthomolecular Medicine.

Dr. Acebedo received his medical degree from Cebu Doctors’ University in the Philippines and completed his residency at the University of Cincinnati-affiliated Good Samaritan Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio.

He treats chronic diseases like diabetes, erectile dysfunction, hypertension, obesity, and hormone imbalance. He has extensive experience in treating autoimmune diseases and cancer. He uses modalities including herbs, natural remedies, intravenous nutrition, and supplementation to support the immune system.

He is passionate about helping patients regain back their vitality and quality of life by determining the root cause of their problems, and then employing less invasive, science-based, and less-toxic treatments. He is also trained in peptide therapy, Swiss Biologic Medicine, and photodynamic therapy.

Dr. Acebedo loves going on hiking adventures and exploring different places. He enjoys working out, martial arts, holistic nutrition, living a healthy lifestyle, and being active in his church.


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