Norm Schwartz, MD, is an integrative medicine specialist with over twenty years experience and an extensive background in treating complex chronic health problems. Formerly medical director of Integrative Medicine for Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare in Milwaukee, Wisconsin he is now in private practice. He uses a first line, proactive, low risk, high gain approach to treat a wide range of chronic unwellness, including: fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, hormonal imbalances, stomach and colon disorders, chemical sensitivity, autoimmune disease, heart disease, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, diabetes and cancer. He has a special interest in helping individuals and families who are dealing with autism spectrum disorders, ADHD and neurodevelopmental disorders using biomedical treatments developed by the Autism Research Institute. As a Defeat Autism Now practitioner he approaches autism as a medical disorder that can be treated and often sees positive change and significant improvement.
Dr. Schwartz has a compassionate, progressive approach using functional and metabolic testing to accurately assess individual causes of chronic illness. He combines behavioral and educational interventions along with nutrients, natural remedies, and pharmacological medications if needed, to support restoration of healthy physiology. He also assesses toxic burden and environmental exposures and sensitivities to create targeted detoxification protocols.