Andrew David Shiller, MD

Integrative Medicine Physician

Education – Clinical Fellowship in Integrative Medicine, University of Maryland Center for Complementary Medicine
Medical Residency – Harvard Medical School – Internal Medicine; Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
MD - Duke University School of Medicine
Massachusetts Institute of Technology – BS Mechanical Engineering

Medical Licensure:

  • Licensed to practice medicine in Virginia, Florida, New Jersey, Connecticut.

Key Conditions Treated:

Honors, Certifications And Professional Memberships:

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
  • American Board of Holistic and Integrative Medicine


Other Training

  • Training from Institute of Functional Medicine
  • Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine: Cranial Academy, Sutherland Cranial Teaching Foundation, ASSSG, American Academy of Osteopathy, Michigan State College of Osteopathic Medicine, Biodynamics.
  • Mindfulness-Based Stress-Reduction (MBSR): basic and advanced training at University of Massachusetts Center for Mindfulness under direction of Jon Kabat-Zinn. Extensive personal practice in mindfulness.


Professional Memberships

  • International Association for the Study of Pain
  • Cranial Academy
  • Institute for Functional Medicine

Positions Held:

  • Medical Director and Chief Consultant, Integrative Rehabilitation Medicine, PLLC (New York)
  • Consultant Physician, Sheba Medical Center Pain Rehabilitation Unit (Ramat Gan)
  • Medical Director of Rehabilitation Services, Integrative Pain Management, Hebrew Senior Life (Boston, MA)
  • Medical Director of Integrative Therapy Program, Kent Hospital (Warwick, RI)

Personal Message from Dr. Andrew Shiller

I grew up in a small town in Connecticut, the son of a pediatrician who made house calls with a black doctor bag in the trunk of the car.  So I’ve been steeped in the world of healing and medicine for a long time.

Engineering training at MIT taught me to understand complex system and how energy/information flows through them.  It was a great background for a holistic understanding of disease, health, and well-being.

I earned my M.D. at Duke University School of Medicine and went on to Harvard Medical School where I completed double residency training in Internal Medicine and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (comprehensive knowledge of diagnosis and treatment of the brain, bones, muscles, nerves, joints, and soft tissues, with emphasis on improving function and quality of life).

Since the 1990s, I’ve been studying complementary healing approaches including nutrition, hands-on healing, movement therapy and mind/body awareness. Some of those details are described on this page.

My own experience in self-healing techniques and working with over 40,000 patient encounters is that we all have inner healing intelligence that can be mobilized (or shut down) depending on our lifestyle choices and mindset.  I encourage and inspire my patients to find their own intuitive connection to their inner healing intelligence through inquiry and transformative self-healing skills training.

My goal is to understand the root cause of your symptoms and distress, and to find the best solutions, through detailed, integrated knowledge of how a person’s physical structure, metabolic system, and mental/emotional/spiritual system form an integrated whole in which each part influences and supports the others. I aim to help you optimize recovery and healing with a range of therapies from traditional, modern and complementary medicine.

I take the time to truly connect and understand your concerns, goals, and values, and we work together to find the best means possible to bring you  toward optimal healing so you can reclaim your life.

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