Dr. Tim Gerstmar
Coach, Consultant, and Guide
Expert in Helping People Suffering with Digestive Issues & Autoimmunity
Dr. Gerstmar (Everyone calls him Dr. G or Dr. Tim) has spent more than 10 years specializing in guiding people suffering with digestive issues and autoimmunity to transform themselves from SICK to HEALTHY to THRIVING.
Dr. Gerstmar is the author of the #1 Bestselling book The Clear Path to Health
After his father suffered a severe stroke and DrG became one of his main caretakers, he began obsessively studying medicine, learning about the best of both conventional and natural treatments. He went on to graduate from the most prestigious naturopathic medical school in the world, Bastyr University.
After graduating he specialized and dedicated his work to helping people suffering from digestive issues and autoimmunity.
DrG has spoken for audiences both nationally and internationally, and worked with clients from all over the world for more than 10 years.
A big sci-fi and fantasy nerd, DrG and his wife live in the Seattle area with their two children, one dog, and three cats.
Get to know DrG
A few of the things he likes:
Food: Great BBQ
Vacation: A family trip to Hawaii and swimming with the dolphins
TV Show: Good Omens
Movie: Galaxy Quest (an oldie but goodie, seen it so many times!)
Book: The Expanse series by James S.A. Corey
Game: Dark tower (an epic, hard-to-find 1982 board game), Dungeons & Dragons and role-playing games
Hobbies: Hiking, reading, RPG’s & board games, archery, gardening, spending time with family & friends
“I’ve been very fortunate to find such an excellent doctor and guide as Dr. Gerstmar. He’s highly educated and very well-read, managing to stay current with latest research and cutting-edge thinking on addressing the root causes rather than just symptoms of illness.
Great physicians are analytical problem solvers, true detectives even, capable of considering dozens of variables, and multitude of root causes before settling on the right path forward. Dr. Gerstmar is, undoubtedly, one of them.
I would be remiss not to mention his bedside manner – he is a great communicator and listener, treating people with utmost respect, kindness and compassion. “