Riordan Clinic Doctor Wins Orthomolecular Doctor of the Year

Dr. Ron Hunninghake of the Riordan Clinic named 2011 Orthomolecular Doctor of the Year

Wichita, KS USA Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Ron Hunninghake, MD of the Riordan Clinic was awarded the 2011 Orthomolecular Doctor of the Year by the International Society for Orthomolecular Medicine on April 29, 2011. Inaugurated in 1998, the Orthomolecular Doctor of the Year is awarded to an outstanding contributor in the field of Orthomolecular Medicine. In 2002, the Clinic’s founder, Dr. Hugh Riordan, also received this prestigious award. Dr. Hunninghake’s award reads “For vision, courage and leadership in keeping the Riordan Clinic the world’s center for Orthomolecular Medicine.”

Dr. Hunninghake is the Chief Medical Officer at the Riordan Clinic in Wichita, KS, author of User’s Guide to Inflammation, Arthritis, and Aging and co-author of Stop Pre-Diabetes Now. Dr. Ron, as patients at the Clinic fondly refer to Dr. Hunninghake, began his career as a small town doc in Minneapolis, Kansas where he first started teaching clinic-based wellness. In 1989, seeking even greater involvement in helping patients learn innovative ways to rebuild and maintain their health, he joined the Riordan Clinic as its Medical Director.

In addition to his full-time practice at the Clinic, Dr. Ron has lectured in Japan on The Riordan IVC Protocol for Cancer. He is currently the elected chairman of the International Schizophrenia Foundation and has been a regular presenter at the Orthomolecular Medicine Today conference that has been held annually in Canada for the past 39 years.

The Riordan Clinic is a progressive nutrition-based medical clinic located in Wichita, Kansas founded by Hugh D. Riordan, M.D. and Olive W. Garvey. For 35 years, the Riordan Clinic has integrated lifestyle and nutrition to help patients find the underlying causes of their illness. Since the inception in 1975, the mission has been clear and unwavering to “…stimulate an epidemic of health.”

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