Dr. Anup K. Kanodia's Credentials
Accepting New Patients
Yes, this doctor is accepting new patients
Hi, my name is Anup Kanodia. I am a conventionally trained Mayo Clinic Medical Doctor with three years of additional training in functional and integrative medicine both at Harvard University and with Dr. Mark Hyman. I am board-certified in family medicine and functional medicine. Our mission is clear: identify the root cause of your symptom, and eliminate it. This process is key to transforming your health and empowering you to live the joyful, vibrant life you were meant to live. Respectfully, Anup Kanodia, MD, MPH (Masters in Public Health), IFMCP (Institute for Functional Medicine Certification)
- Northeastern Ohio Universities College Of Medicine (Grad. 2003)
- Harvard University (Grad. 2009)
- Mayo Clinic College of Medicine (Grad. 2006)
Areas of Expertise
Awards & Recognitions
- Phi Beta Kappa
- American Heart Association Award
- Trainee Awaard by Consortium of Academic Health Centers for Integrative Medicine
- Special Tribute Honor by Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
- Young Scientist Award by World Knowledge Dialogue
- Community Health Achievement Award by Akron Health Department
- Cancer For Kids Award by Akron Children's Medical Center
- Health and Wellness Initiative Award by Ohio State University
- Special Service Award for Service on the Executive Board of the North American Primary Care Research
Publications & Research
- P4 Medicine, Part II: The Athletic Trainer in the Personalized Primary Care Setting.
- A Personalized Systems Medicine Approach to Refractory Rumination.
- Integrating Chiropractic into Primary Care.
- Use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine for Back Pain: Factors Associated with Perception of Helpfulness.
- UTI in women over age 65: Is age alone a marker of complication?
- 53 year-old man with a swollen finger
- Assessing Adherence to Evidence Based Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Management of Uncomplicated Urinary Tract Infections.
- Cellular memory release: a new modality for depression.