Dr. James R. Staheli is the Medical Director for Broad Health and a family medicine doctor in Atlanta, Georgia. He received his medical degree from the University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Science in Des Moines, Iowa, and has been in practice for more than 20 years. Following medical school, he completed an Allopathic Family Practice Residency at Broadlawns Medical Center and then a one-year fellowship in OB/GYN at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. An advocate for preventive health and nutrition with a focus on the prevention and reversal of the reversal of disease, Dr. Staheli is a current fellow on metabolic and nutritional medicine, anti-aging, metabolic and functional medicine. He is actively pursuing additional training through the A4M as well as the IFM.
A typical young guy who’s married, he has several children, is overweight, he’s stressed out of his gourd because of his job, he isn’t sleeping, he isn’t eating well—and as a result of those complications, his testosterone has plummeted. This guy is not just going to automatically get a vial of testosterone in the mail next week. His treatment will depend on his blood-test results—testosterone is checked twice—and a follow-up consult with a physician who asks questions about all aspects of his life.18 February 2022