Rheumatoid Disease & Ulcerative Colitis
Physicians told Dr. Goldberg as a young man that he would be permanently crippled by severe rheumatoid disease, accompanied by advanced ulcerative colitis, environmental allergies, chronic fatigue and psoriasis (see picture on left). Through the study and disciplined application of nutritional biochemistry, clinical epidemiology and natural hygiene, he recovered his health (current picture on right).
Since that time, for over thirty years, Dr. Goldberg has successfully helped chronically ill patients from across the U.S. recover from a wide variety of difficult, chronic, conditions by carefully seeking out and addressing the individual causes of ill health.
Doctor of Chiropractic (Cum Laude) (1983) Life Chiropractic College.
Master of Public Health (Chronic Disease Control) (1979) The University of Texas Medical Center, Graduate School of Public Health, Disease Control Module. Concentration in Chronic Disease Control and Epidemiology. Thesis: Biological Approaches To Connective Tissue Disorders.
Bachelor of Science in Clinical Nutrition (Cum Laude) (1987) Life University.
Post Undergraduate Training in Public Health Administration (1976). Fairmount State College.
Bachelor of Arts (Cum Laude) (1973) Bowling Green State University.
Major: Sociology. Minors: Communications/Public Address and Philosophy.
Diplomate American Clinical Board of Nutrition (DACBN) (2003)
Professional Certification: International Association of Hygienic Physicians (1999) Completion of internship/residency and oral examination in Hygienic Clinical Practice.
Post Graduate Certification in Physiotherapy (1983) Brenau College. Certification in Physical Therapy. (120 hours).
April 1979 to Present: Director, The Goldberg Clinic: Practice of Clinical Epidemiology/Biological Medicine & Clinical Nutrition. Focus: Chronic Disease Control focusing on autoimmune conditions, digestive disorders & reversal of degenerative diseases. Practice emphasizes identification of disease etiology, biochemical individuality and careful attention to each patient's needs. The reputation of this clinic draws clients from across the U.S. and internationally, particularly in the area of autoimmune disorders.
July 2003 to Present: Distinguished Adjunct Professor of Clinical Nutrition Gastroenterology and Public Health. Life University College of Chiropractic.
July 2004 to June 2007: Senior Director of Physician Education and Research Original Medicine, Inc. Research professional neutraceutical formulations for exclusive use by licensed health care providers. Major focus- Probiotic Formulations specific to
allergic and inflammatory conditions. Lecture to physician groups on clinical nutrition topics related to gastroenterology, rheumatology and chronic disease conditions.
July 2003 to June 2004: Director of Physician Education, Original Medicine Division of Garden of Life, Inc.
June 1992 to July 2003: Professor of Clinical Nutrition, Gastroenterology and Public Health.Clinical Sciences Division, Life University
September 1990 to June 1995: Professor of Nutrition, Bachelor of Science Program in Nutrition, Life University Undergraduate Studies Dept.
June 1985 to June 1992: Associate Professor, Clinical Sciences Division, Life University: Instructor in Clinical Nutrition and Visceral Diagnosis.
September 1984 to September 1990: Associate Professor, Bachelor of Science in Nutrition Program, Life University. Co-developed undergraduate program in nutrition (B.S.), carrying it through full accreditation with the Southern Association of Colleges and Universities. Instructed Basic Nutrition, Popular Nutrition Theories, World Nutrition, Nutrition Through the Life Cycle (Geriatrics), Community Nutrition, Nutrition Seminar, and Advanced Clinical Nutrition.
June 1980 to June 1985: Assistant Professor, Life University. Lecturer in Microbiology, Basic Nutrition and Visceral Diagnosis.
March 1978 to August 1979: Health Systems Administration Planner for Illinois Central Health Systems Agency (State of Illinois/Federal Government).
September 1977 to March 1978: Graduate Assistant, University of Texas Medical Center, Graduate School of Public Health (Disease Control Module). Research Assistant for projects in Cancer Control, Infectious Disease Control, and Diabetes Epidemiology.
October 1976 to September 1977: Health Director, Natural Hygiene Institute of Bonita Springs, Florida; Educator in Hygiene/Preventive Health Care. Supervision of fasting guests and health programs.
December 1974 to September 1976: Executive Director for Exploring Division of Boy Scouts of America Central West Virginia Council. Public Relations, fund raising, recruitment, and program planning.
Georgia and New Mexico
Clinical Epidemiology /Clinical Nutrition /Chronic Disease Control and Reversal, Biological Approaches to gastrointestinal disorders, rheumatoid diseases and other auto-immune/degenerative conditions.
Have published extensively in the areas of 1) Rheumatoid and other Autoimmune Disorders 2) Public Health Issues (3) Clinical Nutrition (4) Gastrointestinal Related Disorders (5) Chronic Disease Control and Reversal
The Rheumatoid Disease Foundation (Science Advisor since 1994)
The American Clinical Board of Nutrition
The American Chiropractic Association Council on Nutrition
The International Association of Hygienic Physicians
NON-PROFESSIONAL CHARITABLE MEMBERSHIPS
Humane Society of the United States
People for The Ethical Treatment of Animals
American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
Rheumatoid Arthritis (since childhood), Extreme Pain, Joint Pain, Inflammation, Insomnia, Low Energy
Swelling, Numbness, Undiagnosed Neurological Condition, Pain Allover, Pain in Stomach - Legs - Head, Bad Hearing, Tired, No Energy, Bed-bound, Down-and-out
Multiple Sclerosis, Drooping Face, Extreme Weakness & Paralysis in Right Side of Face, Very Tired, Extreme Pain in Joints & Feet & Wrists & Elbows & Eye, Dizziness, Balance Problems, Chronic Fatigue
IBD, Colitis, Severe Exhaustion & Fatigue, Raynaud's Disease, Cold Fingers, Cold Feet, High Blood Pressure, Rheumatic Symptoms, Mental Problems
Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis, Pain, Head Aches, Stomach Aches, Pain in Knees & Hips, Weight Gain & Side Effects from drugs
Severe Allergies, Digestive Problems, Seasonal Allergies, Low Energy