Episode 15 - Dr. Bryan Stepanenko
Mold in the Military
Join us for an enlightening presentation on the common operational environments where mold thrives and its impact on servicemembers’ health, readiness, and mission success. Learn how to effectively document mold exposure to spur leadership into action and how to build a support team. Gain a granular understanding of biological mechanisms and functional medicine approaches to support healing. Don’t miss out on the latest information on environmental toxin exposure that can help protect our nation’s heroes and their families.
Bryan Stepanenko is a board certified Family Physician and an ambassador for the Institute for Muscle Centric Medicine. He has specialty training in Functional Medicine (IFMCP) from the Institute for Functional Medicine and is teaching staff for the military’s only Functional Medicine training pathway based out of Walter Reed National Medical Center. He lectures internationally on how to identify and mitigate threats to health and performance in the military operational environment. He was a career firefighter & paramedic in South Florida prior to accepting military scholarship to attend medical school at the University of Miami in Florida and completed seven years as an active duty Army Family Physician. He cares for the full spectrum of patient populations including pediatric, adult, geriatric, Veteran, athlete, and tactical athlete populations. He also specializes in building and leveraging healing communities through group medical visits and educational workshops.