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Bernard Hunt, D.O.

Dr. Bernard (Ben) Hunt grew up in Anaheim, CA, and graduated from UC Irvine with a Bachelors of Science in 1987. He was a research assistant in the Human Performance Laboratory of the Division of Orthopedics at UC Irvine. He earned his Osteopathic Degree from Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, CA in 1991 where he was a classmate of his wife, Dr. Lisa Hunt. Dr. Hunt completed his Family Practice Residency at the UC Davis affiliate Stanislaus Medical Center in Modesto, CA in 1994. He became Board Certified in Family Practice in 1994 and is a member of the American Academy of Family Practice.

After witnessing dramatic health improvements of mutual patients from integrative medical therapies prescribed by his wife, Dr. Lisa Hunt over the past 10 years, and observing the increasing limitations of the traditional medical model, Dr. Hunt decided to leave traditional medicine and join HMG. He has received training from Dr. Kent Holtorf and other HMG practitioners, as well as continued to learn the latest research-based treatment options to improve patient health and quality of life through the use of bio-identical hormones, manage thyroid and adrenal disorders, use nutritional supplements and peptides and stem cells to treat chronic fatigue and chronic infections including Lyme disease, male and female hormone replacement, and strengthen the immune system. Because of his experience with the pediatric population Dr. Hunt also offers treatment and therapeutic options for conditions plaguing them including ADD/ADHD and autism/autism spectrum disorder. Additionally, because of his experience with joint/soft tissue injections he is able to offer ozone and stem cells treatments as an alternative to orthopedic surgery.

Dr. Ben Hunt is married to Dr. Lisa Hunt with 2 children. His interests are golf, bicycling, outdoor and beach activities, attending athletic events, working with the youth and underserved, and remain active in the church community.

Bernard Hunt, D.O. was last modified: January 31st, 2019 by Kent Holtorf, M.D.