TERRY GROSSMAN is the founder and medical director of Grossman Wellness Center in Denver, Colorado. His longevity medical practice attracts patients, including many VIPs (such as coauthor Ray Kurzweil) from around the country and the world. He graduated from Brandeis University in 1968 and the University of Florida School of Medicine in 1979. He spent 15 years (from 1980-1995) working as a community family doctor in the Colorado mountains.
Dr. Grossman undertook the study of nutritional and anti-aging medicine in 1994 and in 1995 opened Frontier Medical Institute (now Grossman Wellness Center) in Denver, which quickly grew into one of the largest complementary medical centers in the country.
He is a member and board certified by the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, the American College for Advancement in Medicine as well as the American Holistic Medical Association. His special field of interest is nutritional medicine (the treatment of illness with nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, anti-oxidants and natural hormones) and anti-aging medicine.
He has written numerous articles for health related magazines and peer-reviewed journals as well as three full-length books, "The Baby Boomers' Guide to Living Forever” (Hubristic Press: 2000), and, in association with Ray Kurzweil, “Fantastic Voyage: How to Live Long Enough to Live Forever” (Rodale, November 2004) and “TRANSCEND: Nine Steps to Living Well Forever” (Rodale, 2009). Arline Brecher, coauthor of “Forty Something Forever,” says, “I’ve met good writers and good doctors, but seldom are they one and the same. Dr. Terry Grossman breaks the mold and sets a new standard for physicians.” Dr. Herbert L. Jacobs, Chairman, Complementary and Alternative Medicine Task Force of the Colorado Medical Society describes Dr. Grossman as “one of a handful of modern-day physicians who are laying the foundation for a new paradigm in medicine, combining cutting-edge medical knowledge with the best evidence-based complementary therapies.”
He lectures frequently on topics related to complementary and anti-aging medicine throughout the United States and internationally and has presented keynote addresses at anti-aging seminars in Japan, South Korea, South Africa and elsewhere.
Dr. Grossman is also the medical director of Health Innovations, a 501(c)3, tax-exempt research foundation and is currently involved in a study of high dose intravenous vitamin C in the treatment of chronic viral infections.