Matt Anderson is the Medical Director for Anderson Integrative Medicine. Matt was a Robert Wood Johnson scholar who graduated from Case Western University in Cleveland, OH, with a Family Nurse Practitioner degree. Matt has a passion for family medicine but also has special interest in treating joint injuries (ie: knee, low back, ankle and rotator cuff injuries), muscle injuries, pain, ADHD, autism, concussion injuries and lactation disorders.
Matt's personal interest in Osteopathic Medicine and pain treatment started after a series of injuries as a Firefighter. His own recovery inspired his professional study and development. In 2009, Matt had a son born with neurological injury and autism. His persistent and relentless study of pediatric brain dysfunction helped him guide his son to recovery. Matt is dedicated to helping other families with injured or challenged children. Matt’s personal background brings compassion and drive to his work. His extensive study and in-depth knowledge of anatomy and physiology and how it related to overall health and wellbeing allows him to practically and effectively design a unique treatment plan for his patients.
Matt has had the opportunity to study at the prestigious Osteopathic Center for Children in San Diego, The Osteopathic Health and Wellness Institute in Canada, The Family Hope Center (Philadelphia, PA) and the American Osteopathic Association of Prolo Therapy.
SLR (Prolo Therapy)
Structural Manipulation (Osteopathy)
Integrative Pediatric Medicine
Integrative Pediatric Specialist (Autism One) Denver , CO 2017
Certified Osteopathic Medicine Therapy (The Osteopathic Center) San Diego, CA 2016
Certified in Osteopathy (Osteopathic Health and Wellness Institute) in Canada 2015
Osteopathic Manipulative Therapy Intern (800 credit hr. program- M.O.C.) 2013
The Gillespie Approach (Philadelphia, PA) 2012
American Osteopathic Association of Prolo Therapy: Naples FL 2012
Family/Functional Medicine Internship (Dr. Rob Downey) 2012
Certified in Cranial/Sacral Therapy (Upledger Institute) 2006
American Society Functional Medicine
American Holistic Nursing Association
American Prolotherapy Association