larry palevsky, md

Dr. Palevsky is a NYS licensed pediatrician, who utilizes a holistic approach to children’s wellness and illness. He received his medical degree from the NYU School of Medicine in 1987, completed a three-year pediatric residency at the Mount Sinai Hospital in NYC in 1990, and served as a pediatric fellow in the ambulatory care out-patient department at Bellevue Hospital, NYC, from 1990-1991. Since 1991, his clinical experience has included working in pediatric emergency and intensive care medicine, in-patient, and out-patient pediatric medicine, neonatal intensive care medicine, newborn and delivery room medicine, and conventional, holistic and integrative pediatric private practice. Dr. Palevsky is a diplomate of the American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine.


In his current pediatric practice, Dr. Palevsky offers well-child examinations, consultations and educational programs to families and practitioners in the areas of preventive and holistic health; childhood development; lifestyle changes; nutrition for adults, infants and children; safe, alternative treatments for common and difficult to treat acute and chronic pediatric and  adult conditions; vaccination controversies; mindful parenting; and rethinking the medical paradigm. Additionally, he teaches holistic integrative pediatric &  adolescent medicine to parents, and medical and allied health professionals, both nationally & internationally, and is available for speaking engagements worldwide.




Our current medical and scientific paradigms are based on a number of commonly accepted “facts,” generally agreed upon as unrefutable truths. We hold these truths to be self-evident, and propagate them in all manner of speech, education, teachings, textbooks, and conventional medical practices. But what if we stop and analyze these unrefutable truths? And what if in our analyses, we find there are truths greater and more powerful than those we had previously thought of as irrefutable? In my talk, I will examine some of the “truths” within our current framework, and see what’s possible if we put on our critical thinking hats. Is there a new framework from which to launch the New Medical Paradigm? I’d like to think so.