Posted on: 27.06.2022 Posted by: Drlark Comments: 0

Susan M. Lark, M.D., Biography

Dr. Susan Lark is one of the foremost authorities in the fields of clinical nutrition and preventive medicine. A graduate of Northwestern University Medical School, she has served on the clinical faculty of Stanford University Medical School, and taught in their Division of Family and Community Medicine.

Dr. Lark is a distinguished clinician, author, lecturer and innovative product developer. Through her extensive clinical experience, she has been an innovator in the use of self-care treatments such as diet, nutrition, exercise and stress management techniques in the field of women’s health, and has lectured extensively throughout the United States on topics in preventive medicine. She is the author of 13 best-selling books on women’s health. Her most recent book is Hormone Revolution, written with Kimberly S. Day.

One of the most widely referenced physicians on the Internet, Dr. Lark has appeared on numerous radio and television shows, and has been featured in magazines and newspapers including: Real Simple, Reader’s DigestMcCall’sBetter Homes & GardensNew WomanMademoiselleHarper’s BazaarRedbookFamily Circle,SeventeenShapeGreat LifeThe New York TimesThe Chicago Tribune, and The San Francisco Chronicle. She has also served as a consultant to major corporations, including the Kellogg Company and Weider Nutrition International, and was spokesperson in 2002 for The Gillette Company Women’s Cancer Connection.

Dr. Lark’s mission is to provide women with unique, safe and effective complementary therapies to greatly enhance their health and well-being.

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Contact Dr. Lark:

Dr. Lark can be reached via email at [email protected], or via regular mail at Women’s Wellness Today, 7811 Montrose Road, Potomac, MD 20854. While she is not currently accepting new patients, Dr. Lark welcomes questions and feedback. Legal, practical and ethical constraints prevent her from answering personal questions by mail or email, but she’ll answer as many questions as she can in the Q&A column of Women’s Wellness Today.