Dr. Neustaedter has practiced holistic medicine for more than thirty years. He has devoted his professional life to writing books and articles, teaching other practitioners, and curing patients. An accomplished author, his works include an authoritative text, Homeopathic Pediatrics (1991), and a popular book for parents, The Vaccine Guide: Risks and Benefits for Children and Adults (3rd edition)
. He has contributed extensively to the
journals that comprise the homeopathic medical literature.
Dr. Neustaedter graduated from the University of
California at Berkeley in 1971 with a major in English
literature and creative writing, and completed medical
training at the San Francisco College of Acupuncture in
1983. His postgraduate education includes homeopathic
training at the Royal London Homeopathic Hospital (1972)
and an Oriental medicine doctoral degree in Hong Kong
(1988). He was director of the Department of Homeopathy
at the Pacific College of Naturopathic Medicine in 1980,
and has lectured at homeopathic colleges and numerous
conferences of homeopathy and Chinese medicine. He founded
both the Hering Family Health Clinic in 1975, the first
full-service clinic in the United States to revitalize
homeopathic medicine, and the Classical Medicine Center
A licensed acupuncturist with a doctorate in Oriental Medicine, Dr. Neustaedter lives and practices in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Dr. Neustaedter has contributed many articles to coordinates the Vaccination content site in HealthWorld Online.