Kenneth Stoller, MD
Dr. Stoller comes to us from Santa Fe New Mexico where he has served as Medical Director of the Hyperbaric Medical Center of New Mexico. Dr. Stoller is a pediatrician, who decided that more needed to be done for our kids. He is a DAN! physician and has served on both the injury prevention committee and the environmental hazards committee of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Dr. Stoller is a sought after lecturer and is best known for his work with mercury toxicity. Dr. Stoller has written several papers and articles on the effects of Thimerosal and most recently published a paper on Fetal Alcohol syndrome and HBOT.
Dr. Stoller is a great asset to California Integrative Hyperbaric Center (CIHC). He treats every patient thoroughly, individualizing treatment per the patient's need, not as part of a preset recipe. As an avid scientist, he is vigilant of the aggravating environmental factors that may be contributing to children's dysfunctions.
In recent years, Dr. Stoller has been President of the International Hyperbaric Medical Association, a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics, a Diplomat of the American Board of Pediatrics, a Diplomat of the American Board of Hyperbaric Medicine, a member of the American College for Hyperbaric Medicine. He was University of California President’s Undergraduate Fellow in the UCLA Medical Center’s Department of Anesthesiology, and has two decades of clinical experience in pediatric medicine. Dr. Stoller is part of the Divers Alert Network Physician Referral Network. Dr. Stoller is a founding board member of the International Hyperbaric Medical Association, and its current President. He was also a founding board member of the Humane Farming Association, Science Editor of the Animals’ Voice Magazine where he was nominated for a 'Maggie'. His Op-Ed pieces have appeared in several newspapers and periodicals from The Atlanta Constitution, Los Angeles Times, Albuquerque Tribune to The Scientist. He has served on both the Injury Prevention Committee and the Environmental Hazards Committee of the American Academy of Pediatrics.