Bradly Jacobs MD MPH ABIM offers complete solutions for healthy, vibrant living. Dr. Brad addresses diverse concerns – ranging from chronic health issues, to healthy aging, to sustaining peak performance in the workplace. Dr Brad has a long and deep commitment to caring for patients using a technology-enabled, patient-centered, personalized, comprehensive, and whole person approach.
As a physician and educator, Dr. Brad’s integrative health approach responsibly combines the best of modern medicine with established wisdom and traditional East-West practices. Working in collaboration with his clients, Dr. Brad develops state-of-the-art diagnostic and therapeutic plans tailored to individual needs and circumstances. He provides cutting-edge clinical care by combining conventional medical treatments with the following:
- Acupuncture treatments
- Nutritional counseling, including dietary supplement recommendations
- Fitness and body awareness programs, including yoga and martial arts exercises
- Mind-body relaxation techniques
Please visit Integrative Medicine Primary Care if you wish to see Dr. Brad for individual consultation. In addition, for specific information regarding the Integrative Medicine Program at Cavallo Point Lodge (San Francisco Bay Area, CA) – designed, created, and attended to by Dr. Brad – Read this PDF.
As a corporate health and leadership consultant, Dr. Brad also offers workshops and retreats for corporate management. These offerings focus on improving workplace peak performance using a scientific and evidence-based approach to address the following topics: resilience, brain fitness and neuroplasticity, as well as factors for optimal health, personal efficacy, and leadership effectiveness. Please visit Corporate Clients if you wish to explore Dr. Brad’s corporate wellness and executive health offerings.
My interest in integrative medicine was a natural outgrowth of being a martial arts student, which I began at age eight. Over time, I also learned Chinese philosophy, medical theory, and practical applications for promoting health and well-being – including cultivating our energetic body (“Qi”). Although not recognized as a biological system by conventional medicine, as a martial artist and a physician, I have experienced, both personally and professionally, how cultivating this life force confers health benefits.
Dr. Brad’s Biography
Dr. Brad maintains a private medical practice with three office locations (Cavallo Point in Sausalito, BlueWave Medicine in Palo Alto, and downtown San Francisco). Dr. Jacobs is a Diplomate of the American Board of Integrative and Holistic Medicine (ABIHM). He is also senior author of The American College of Physicians (ACP) Evidence-Based Guide to Complementary and Alternative Medicine. He has served as Endowed Professor and Founding Medical Director for the UC-San Francisco Osher Center for Integrative Medicine Clinical Programs where he also taught as an Assistant Professor.
He graduated from Stanford University School of Medicine and received a Master’s Degree of Public Health from University of California at Berkeley. He also completed an Internal Medicine Residency and General Medicine Research Fellowship at University of California, San Francisco (UCSF); Spine Medicine training at Kaiser Permanente; and 5-element and medical acupuncture training at both the San Francisco School of Acupuncture and University of California, Los Angeles. He is also trained in functional medicine, herbal medicine, nutrition, fitness, stress management, yoga and martial arts.
Dr. Jacobs leads executive health and corporate health programs. Clients include Google, PepsiCo, Gap Inc., Lilly Pharmaceuticals., Stanford Business School Beacon Program, and Harvard Business School Executive Education program.
He is founding Chair of the Medical Advisory Board for Pharmaca Inc. and a Board member of the American Holistic Medical Association.
Dr. Jacobs is married with 2 children and lives in Mill Valley, California. He enjoys backcountry skiing and surfing, and is a lifelong student of martial arts.