Muscular Skeletal Medical
Dr. Daniel Brubaker
Dr. Brubaker graduated from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1974. He then completed 4 years of training in Pathology, which is one of the hardest and most difficult residencies in medicine. He added two fellowships; one in Immunopathology and one in Transfusion/Transplantation medicine.
He has enjoyed 20+ years in Academic Medicine, teaching medical students, interns, residents, fellows, and postgraduate students. It began at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center; it later moved to the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in Oklahoma City, and then to UCLA-Harbor Medical Center (a UCLA affiliate). Today, in his private practice, he continues to teach and inform his employees and patients about all things healthy.
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In 2006, Dr. Brubaker did the research on health benefits of medical cannabis so that he could legally recommend it for pain in lieu of narcotics.
Shortly after, Dr. Brubaker became the first doctor in Fresno to start medical cannabis recommendations.
If you’re looking for a trailblazer with a proven track record, Dr. Brubaker is the man for the job.
Entrust your health in his capable hands.
Dr. Brubaker’s is a scientist at heart. He is adept in identifying a medical problem and then solving the problem through methodical research, which has made a significant difference in the lives of patients and physicians.
Dr. Brubaker has also published abstracts and manuscript in major medical journals, in medical literature and periodicals, and even a few chapters in medical textbooks.
Dr. Brubaker discovered a medical problem that resulted from blood transfusions in immuno-compromised patients.
Dr. Brubaker termed the new disease as “Post-transfusion graft-versus-host disease.” It is the same type of disease that occurs in bone marrow transplant patients. However, Dr. Brubaker discovered the occurrence in other patients who were transfused and simultaneously had defects or deficiencies in their immune system. His work is constantly positively influencing the industry.