For more than 25 years, various stars have sought Dr. Michael Galitzer because of his exceptional approach to implementing strategies that help patients feel and look younger than their actual age. Some of those stars are Venessa Williams and Suzanne Somers. Dr. Galitzer’s programs are severely impactful and effective because they possess a significant combination of medicine in the conventional and complementary fields. His medicines address health at both an energetic and cellular level. Now, Dr. Galitzer aspires to share his wisdom with the world, so that his patients can achieve the same benefits. Some of the energy medicines which he has produced are VibraSound Treatment and Low-Level Laser Treatment.

He is one of the guest speakers for our “New Year, New You: A Mind, Body, and Soul Make-Over from the Inside Out A Virtual Event” on 12th December from 10 am PST to 3 pm PST. 


Q. What is the most challenging part of being an expert in your field of medicine?

Dr. M: Getting people to understand energy medicine. 

Q. What hurdles did you have to face on your way to becoming the person you are today?

Dr. M: Being a son of holocaust parents, and overcoming scarcity and trust issues. 

Q. Have you decided on your 2021 New Year resolutions yet? If you have, what are they?           

Dr. M: Create value for as many people as possible.

Q. For more than 40 years, you have been a leading figure and innovator in the field of longevity and anti-aging medicine. What inspired/motivated you to create a medicine as such that will make people look younger than their actual age?

Dr. M: Once you understand that aging is a disease, and diseases such as Alzheimer’s, heart disease, cancer, and diabetes are a result of accelerated aging, the direction is clear. 

Q. What new projects and things can we expect from you, a few years from now?

Dr. M: Finding the ideal way and strategies to optimize longevity, utilizing energy medicine, hormones, peptides, exosomes, and STEM cells. 

Q. What has been your most challenging project so far, and how did you manage it?

Dr. M: The most challenging patients are those with cancer and the oncologists who do not understand that keeping the body strong while doing chemotherapy is beneficial for the patient. It is always a work in progress. 

Q. What advice would you like to give to individuals who aspire to pursue a career path similar to yours?

Dr. M: Go to medical school, get good at treating sick patients with allopathic medicine, and then move on to the understanding that health is more than the absence of disease. 

Q. Complete this sentence, ‘If there’s one thing I could change in the world, it would be……..’

Dr. M: To get people to be more passionate, compassionate, and grateful for their lives. 

Q. If you could meet your ten-year-old self right now, what advice would you give her?

Dr. M: Follow your dreams and your passion. 


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Dr. Michael Galitzer has been practicing Longevity Medicine since 1986, including the areas of nutrition, lifestyle, exercise, weight management, heavy metal toxicity, intra-venous orthomolecular medicine, Bio-identical hormones, and the all-important area of cell, tissue, and organ regeneration. In 1989-1990 he completed a UCLA course in Medical Acupuncture and incorporates acupuncture amongst many other treatment modalities.

Dr. Galitzer has been lecturing to doctors and other health care professionals for almost 25 years. He has lectured in Italy and Holland in the area of BioEnergetic Medicine. In the United States, he has given numerous lectures in Alternative Medicine.

Dr. Michael Galitzer is a nationally recognized expert in Energy Medicine, integrative medicine, and bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT). For more than 40 years Dr. Galitzer has been a leading figure and innovator in the field of longevity or anti-aging medicine.

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Eman Khalid is a writer, editor, storyteller, and a journalist. She has been a co-author of more than twenty poetry books. She is a contributing writer to the Women's Republic, the Meraki Magazine, Litlight Magazine, Prosart Literary, Kitaab, StoryHouse UK, and The LATEST. Eman is an English Language and Literature major and she has a deep passion for reading about inspirational women from the past. When she is not writing, you will find her reading poetry, listening to songs, and taking long walks at the beach.