Our physicians, Judith Bowman MD and Albert Mensah MD are co-founders of Mensah Medical, an international biomedical clinic for patients diagnosed with autism, ADD, ADHD, OCD, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, bipolar disorder, anxiety, depression, and eating disorders. Drs. Mensah and Bowman treat both pediatric and adult patients with targeted Advanced Nutrient Therapy, an effective and natural alternative to prescription medication.
Answering the need for specialists with backgrounds in both traditional and natural medicine, Drs. Mensah and Bowman co-founded Mensah Medical after serving as primary physicians at the original Pfeiffer Treatment Center (now closed) near Chicago. While at Pfeiffer, both physicians received full, extensive training by William J. Walsh, PhD, founder and former director of research.
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Our physicians, Drs. Mensah and Bowman regularly speak at conferences, participate in training sessions for physicians, and consult with health care professionals. They work closely with Walsh Research Institute updating therapies and protocols, initiating new cutting-edge paradigms, and serving as clinical instructors for WRI’s international doctor training programs around the world.
Our physicians, Drs. Bowman and Mensah can work with patients currently on medication and treated through traditional methods of care. Our physicians can collaboratively work with a patient’s prescribing physician, possibly reducing or eliminating a prescription medication as the treatment with targeted advanced nutrient therapy progresses from phase two to phase three, or after about 12 to 18 months of care. Mensah Medical’s treatment protocols are based on over 30 years of research in the field of orthomolecular medicine.
Albert Mensah, MD
Albert Mensah, MD is co-founder of Mensah Medical in Warrenville, IL and hosts five biannual outreach clinics in Arizona, Southern California, Northern California, Maryland, and Florida with his associate, Judith Bowman, MD.
Dr. Mensah presents at conferences internationally, participates in physician training programs, and consults with health care professionals. Dr. Mensah has extensive clinical experience in biochemical imbalances, and began his career in the field at the former Pfeiffer Treatment Center under the direction of William J. Walsh, PhD, president of the non-profit Walsh Research Institute. Dr. Mensah currently serves as a faculty member of the Walsh Research Institute Medical Practitioner Education Program.
As a physician in this specialized field since 2005, Dr. Mensah has treated over 3,000 patients with advanced targeted nutrient therapy. He serves on the board at Walsh Research Institute and serves as a clinical instructor for WRI’s international doctor training programs around the world.
Dr. Albert Mensah received his undergraduate degree from Northwestern University (Evanston, Illinois) and his medical degree from Finch University of Health Sciences-Chicago Medical School. Dr. Mensah’s residency was in Family Medicine at Swedish Covenant Hospital (Chicago). Following residency, he completed additional fellowship training in academic development at JHS Cook County Hospital (Chicago).
Dr. Mensah believes, “We are not given knowledge to rule over the world for the sake of power, but to have power for the sake of serving. Taking the time to educate our patients, their families, and the health care community at large is consistent with our directive to leave the universe a better place than when we came.”
From 2005 to 2008, Dr. Mensah treated patients at the former Pfeiffer Treatment Center, a not-for-profit organization and outpatient clinic specializing in the treatment of biochemical imbalances including children with autism. Prior to joining Pfeiffer, Dr. Mensah practiced as a staff physician at Melrose Park Clinic in Illinois.
Answering the need for specialists with backgrounds in both traditional and natural medicine, Dr. Mensah co-founded Mensah Medical in 2008. His current practice includes the management of cognitive disorders such as autism spectrum disorder, behavior/learning disorders, eating disorders, bipolar disorder, anxiety syndromes, childhood and adult schizophrenia, Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s Disease as well as family medicine.
Judith Bowman, MD
Judith Bowman, MD, a specialist in biochemical imbalances, received a B.A. from Illinois Wesleyan University and a medical degree from Finch University of Health Sciences-Chicago Medical School.
She received her certification and license by the American Registry of Radiologic Technology and board certification in Nuclear Medicine Technology following the completion of her training at Northwestern University’s School of Nuclear Medicine. She utilized her skills in diagnostic imaging and participated in research and development of radio pharmaceuticals.
Dr. Bowman completed her residency in family medicine at Resurrection Hospital in Chicago where she also served as chief resident.
After medical school, Dr. Bowman worked as a staff physician for the Lake County Health Department (Illinois) and as the Midwest site staff physician providing medical services for patients with learning disabilities at The Dore Achievement Center in Schaumburg, Illinois.
Her interest and experience with behavioral/learning issues and autism steadily increased when she joined the medical team at Pfeiffer Treatment Center in 2005. During her tenure at Pfeiffer, Dr. Bowman became known for her consistent presence and care at each and every U.S. Outreach Clinic.
Dr. Bowman believes, “It is important to use compassion and take the time to listen to each patient’s needs and expectations as well as provide a high quality service. There is nothing more gratifying than to know that you have been successful at giving your best.”
Dr. Bowman co-founded Mensah Medical in 2008 with her colleague, Albert Mensah, MD. Dr. Bowman combines traditional medicine with the biochemical approach to treat the symptoms of behavioral and cognitive disorders, autism spectrum disorder, depression (including post-partum depression), anxiety, eating disorders, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and other biochemical imbalances.