Meet Dr. Brian Cabin, MD, a Chicago native and graduate of the University of Illinois Medical School in 1979. Dr. Cabin began his medical career in pediatrics, completing an internship and residency at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston.
After practicing for two years at the Tucson Clinic, Dr. Cabin pursued a two-year fellowship in Preventive Medicine in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Arizona in Tucson. During this time, he completed coursework for a Masters in Public Health prior to an established degree program and worked with pioneers in alternative medicine, including Robert Fulford, D.O., Rose Tennant, M.D., Ted Randolph, M.D., and Margaret Ayers, among others.
Dr. Cabin's Preventive Medicine fellowship included two years of nutritional studies, culminating in research and teaching nutrition in Egypt. Today, Dr. Cabin has an integrative medical practice from a holistic perspective with a focus on nutrition, herbal medicine, and advanced European homeopathy. He also specializes in neural and prolozone therapy and cranial sacral manipulation.
Dr. Cabin's education in homeopathy includes coursework with Ted Rowe, M.D., and seminars with Dietrich Klinghardt, M.D., Ph.D. in neural therapy and homeopathy. He also completed ozone and prolozone therapy courses with the founder of prolozone, Frank Schallenberger, M.D.
With his diverse background and expertise, Dr. Brian Cabin is a highly respected and sought-after physician, dedicated to providing his patients with personalized and comprehensive care.
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