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About Gary Huber DO

About Cincinnati, OH

Biography & CV – Gary Huber, D.O.

Dr. Gary Huber spent 20 years as an Emergency Medicine physician before evolving his practice to integrative care. Integrative medicine is the pursuit of ideal health by seeking and reversing the cause of illness to go beyond the simple reduction of symptoms.

Dr. Huber is a professor for the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine as well as George Washington University’s Metabolic Medicine Institute for integrative medicine. Dr. Huber serves as Adjunct Clinical Professor teaching Integrative Medicine to medical students and residents at Ohio Universities medical program as well as the University of Cincinnati College of Pharmacy.

He lectures nationally on hormone replacement therapies, cardiovascular care, sports medicine and other integrative medicine topics. He has developed the Huber Personalized Weight Loss Program that has proven very successful in promoting healthy weight loss as well as reversing Metabolic Syndrome issues. This approach is successfully being engaged in corporate health settings to affect large populations.

Dr. Huber has a long held interest in nutrition and human physiology as it relates to wellness and longevity:

“My years in the emergency department have afforded me a unique perspective on health care. I have had the pleasure of treating a great spectrum of patients from pediatric to geriatrics, acute cardiac issues, cancer patients, diabetics and everything in between. I have seen what traditional medicine does well but have also been witness to where we fall short. It is my dream and desire to impact someone’s health before it reaches the E.R. To stop disease before it starts and to reverse ailments before they cripple. We have the ability to do so much more than simply cover up symptoms. The body wants to heal itself and is fully able to do so with the right guidance. This is where my true passion lives. Not just keeping people alive but helping them to truly live.”


  • Medical school – Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine.
  • Residency – Doctors Hospital, Columbus, Ohio – Board certified in Emergency Medicine.
  • Integrative Medicine professor – American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, University of South Florida and George Washington University’s Metabolic Medicine Institute.
  • Clinical Professor and Preceptor - University of Cincinnati, College of Pharmacy
  • Board Certified Integrative Medicine Practitioner thru American Academy of Anti-Aging medicine and Metabolic Medicine Institute
  • Author of “Breast Health – How To Avoid Breast Cancer”, an e-book offering women guidance on breast health to avoid breast cancer
  • Author – Metabolic Syndrome and Cardiovascular disease: a look at the mechanism that drives this inflammatory process. Part 1 – Understanding the metabolic problem. Published in the Townsend Letter medical journal, May 2013
  • Author - Metabolic Syndrome and Cardiovascular disease: Testing & Treatment. Part 2 – Quantifying risk and review of treatment options. Published in the Townsend Letter medical journal, June 2013
  • Author – Safe & Effective Ergogenic Approaches to Advancing Sports Performance and Health.Published in the Townsend Letter medical journal in 2014.
  • Author - Can Endurance Sports Really Cause Harm? The lipopolysaccharides of endotoxemia and their effect on the heart. Published in the Townsend Letter medical journal in 2015
  • Author – Integrative Treatment Approach To Cardiovascular Disease. Published in the Townsend Letter medical journal, May 2016.
  • Author – Testosterones Beneficial Impact on Cardiovascular Health. Published in Townsend Letter medical journal, May 2017
  • AWARD: Dr. Huber was honored with a “Leadership Award” by Cincinnati based Venue magazine for his work in integrative medicine. 2014
  • AWARD: Honored with the “Best In Medicine” award from the American Health Council in 2017. Awarded for his contributions to the advancement of integrative medical care and active education role.
  • Founding member of “Hey Coach”, a charitable organization that delivers lectures to grade school and high school students about the dangers of steroid use while offering healthy strategies for optimizing sports and academic performance.
  • Medical director for the Flying Pig Marathon, Cincinnati, Ohio – 2001 & 2002.
  • One of the original founders, creators, and active board member of “Loveland’s Amazing Race”, a local charity event.