I work with motivated entrepreneurs, businesses, and people. After more than a decade of clinical practice, thousands of visits with people, I learned the most important basic human need of all…and that is listening. I have had an opportunity to really listen and understand what holds most people back in life, it is being ‘stuck’.

Each and every person is striving to live fully, engage with others, and make an impact in the world. Every single one of your daily actions, interactions or relationships will transform when you master your own live to living a full life. Your life-force propels you forward only when you are able to engage fully. This must start with you first.

As a result of my experience, I developed a unique formula, that I call the S.t.A.R.T. Formula.

How do you ‘get unstuck’ and propel forward? What steps do you take?

S.t.A.R.T. is a formula of the exact Steps to Action, Results, Transformation to ‘getting unstuck’ in personal and professional life.

Master the S.t.A.R.T. Formula

What you do, think, or how you relate to others matters when it comes to living life fully.

Professional Bio

Dr. Schwartzman has over 20 years of experience in the field of natural health, medicine, and research in the academic and private sectors of the health industry. He is an expert in lifestyle/preventive medicine and natural health. His work has been published in numerous scientific journals including the American Journal of Respiratory Care and Medicine, and the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology. In his clinical work, he has a strong interest in hormone health, autoimmune disorders, digestion and leaky gut. He is a founder and a medical director of Whole Family Wellness Center in Portland, Oregon. Dr. Schwartzman maintains an active license both in Oregon and California.

Dr. Schwartzman is an active member of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians, the Oregon Association of Naturopathic Physicians, and the California Naturopathic Doctors Association. Connect with Dr. Schwartzman on FacebookTwitter, or YouTube.