Dr. Brian Henninger, ND
1305 Post Rd Ste 301
Fairfield, Connecticut, 06824
Phone: (203) 255-4325
Dr. Henninger believes that the integration of body, mind, and spirit can do wonders for his patients and their family. He holds true that your body is designed to heal on it’s own. Emotional stress, dietary stress, chemical toxins, physical pain, and the decline of our environment all effect how we function in today’s society. Through many years of practice Dr. Henninger has learned to provide effectiveness and value in his treatment strategies combining skills of a physician, homeopathy, biomedical approaches, craniosacral therapy, and acupuncture to guide patients through their healing journey.
Keeping in mind that each individual possesses a unique medical puzzle that is waiting to be solved. That is why Dr. Henninger treats each person individually, providing care with one goal in mind – to unlock this puzzle and allow each individual to thrive.
Dr. Brian J. Henninger is a clinician, speaker, former chef, and a father of two on achieving optimal health. Dr. Brian Henninger, N. D. focuses his practice on Pediatrics and Family medicine. His passion for natural medicine began with pursuit of culinary arts (Johnson and Wales University), which led him to study Nutrition (University of Rhode Island). Here the application of food as medicine began while working for the Women, Infant, and Children’s program getting vital experience in pediatric and prenatal nutrition.
Brian has 17 years in the field of food and nutrition. He completed a four-year degree in Naturopathic medicine from the University of Bridgeport after writing his thesis on Natural Treatments for Cerebral Palsy. He has taken numerous seminars in Craniosacral therapy and pursued postgraduate training in Homeopathy. He has been a Defeat Autism Now! Doctor since 2002. In addition, he began attaining his fellowship with the Medical Academy of Pediatric Special Needs (MAPS) in September of 2012.
He gained excellent pediatric experience during externships with both naturopathic and allopathic doctors. He spent his first three years as a clinician in an integrated Pediatric clinic the first of its kind in Connecticut.