With a strong commitment to improving healthcare access among all populations, Dr. Myles Spar partners with his patients to help them achieve and maintain optimal health, and invest in their own well-being. Applying his broad and extensive experiences in traditional, integrative and international humanitarian medicine, he brings a fresh perspective to his work as a physician in underserved patient clinics and men’s healthcare.
Dr. Spar worked with Doctors without Borders in Guatemala, Nigeria, Uganda and Nagorno-Karabakh, and served on the Board of Directors for three years. Today he is Director of Integrative Medicine at the Simms-Mann Health and Wellness Center of Venice Family Clinic, a Health and Wellness Consultant at the Coburn School of Music, a clinical instructor at the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine, and the principal investigator of a multi-site research study on integrative approaches to chronic pain.
Recognizing the different approaches to medicine around the world, Dr. Spar founded the non-profit Integrative Medicine Access and became a Governor of California appointed member to the State Committee of Naturopathic Medicine. He currently sits on the Medical Advisor Committee at Beach Cities Health District and he is now writing Optimal Men’s Health for Oxford University Press.