Kent Holtorf, MD  
Torrance, CA

Specialties: Endocrinology, Hypothyroidism

Medical Practice
Holtorf Medical Group and National Academy of Hypothyroidism
Phone: 877-508-1177
Open for new patients
BS, University California at Los Angeles
MD, St. Louis University School of Medicine
Medical Training
LA County/Harbor - UCLA Medical Center - Internship
University of California, Los Angeles Center for Health Sciences - Residency
About Me
Kent Holtorf, M.D. has personally trained numerous physicians across the country in the treatment of complex endocrine dysfunction; hypothyroidism; and innovative therapies for weight loss, metabolic dysfunction, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia and chronic infectious diseases, including Lyme disease.

He is the medical director of the Holtorf Medical Group Affiliate Centers, the medical director of the non-profit National Academy of Hypothyroidism and was the founding medical director for Fibromyalgia and Fatigue Centers. He is a diplomate, board examiner and fellowship lecturer for the American Board of Anti-Aging Medicine (ABAAM) and The Endocrinology Expert for America Online (AOL) Health. He is a founding director of the non-profit Bioidentical Hormone Initiative and a senior faculty member of the Bioidentical Hormone Institute.

He has published a number of peer-reviewed endocrine reviews, including the most extensive review to-date on the safety and efficacy of bioidentical hormones, inaccuracies of standard thyroid testing, testosterone replacement for men and women, diagnosis and treatment of growth hormone deficiency and on the diagnosis and treatment of adrenal dysfunction in chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia. He is also a reviewer for the journal Endocrine.

He has been a featured guest on numerous TV shows, including CNBC, ABC News, CNN, Fox News, Fox Business, Good Morning America, The Today Show, Discovery Health, CBS The Doctors, The Learning Channel, and has been quoted in numerous print media including the Wall Street Journal, US New and World Report, Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle and WebMD.