Dr. Eduardo Patrick Beltran Monasterio MD
Dr. Eduardo Beltran was originally born in Tripoli, Libya in 1978. Both of his parents are of Bolivian nationality. Dr. Eduardo Beltran lived in North Africa until 13 years of age and later on in life immigrated to the United States. He attended Dublin Scioto High School and soon after graduation he was accepted at Del Valle University (School of Medicine) in Cochabamba Bolivia. Here he graduated with honors in 2006. He then went on to persue his specialty in Internal Medicine and Dermatology at Gama Filho University in Brazil.
Through out the years Dr. Eduardo Beltran has taught basic sciences and developed a 6 step methodology for teaching 12 lead ECG interpretation. He also has a significant intrest in treating specific autoimmune diseases withing the specialty of dermatology (Psoriasis, Vitiligo, Lupus). He has helped hundreds of patients achieve a better state of health and quality of life through Integrative Medicine in Brazil.
Dr. Beltran is also an author and a clinical researcher and promotes the use of Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) and Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA) to his patients. His published clinical cases and research on ''The Cureus Journal of Medical Science'', shows the promising results with LDN.
Through out the years Dr. Beltran has become a national and international renowned speaker in promotes Integrative Medicine in Latin America (Brazil, Bolivia, Argentina, Mexico), Europe (Spain, Portugal) and in the United States.
Dr. Beltran currently lives in the United States where he is the Academic Director of the
St. Patrick Institute of Medical Sciences (SPIMS). He is also one of the lecturers at SPIMS held in Columbus-Ohio, helping many Physicians, Nurses, Dentists, Physician Assistants & Allied Health professionals enhance their knowledge in Integrative Medicine and EKG interpretation.
'Dr. Eduardo Beltran has been described as a "Transformational thinker of uncommon talent, and a physician who takes medicine at heart with a holistic approach '' .