Baxter Montgomery, MD FACC

Founder, Montgomery Heart and Wellness

Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Texas

Member, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine National Advisory Board

Baxter Montgomery, MD FACC, has served as Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at University of Texas Health Sciences Center for the last 18 years, and President of Houston Associates of Cardiovascular Medicine for 17 years.  He is a Board Certified Cardiologist and Cardiac Electrophysiologist, and is the founder of Montgomery Heart and Wellness, a cardiology practice and wellness center in Houston that offers a comprehensive approach to help people transform from conditions of sickness to wellness and eventually optimal health.  He is also an attending physician at Memorial Hermann Hospital of The Texas Medical Center, and its Heart and Vascular Institute.
    
Dr. Montgomery is also Executive Director of the nonprofit organization The Johnsie and Aubary Montgomery Institute of Medical Education and Research, and a member of the Advisory Board for Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine.  His number one clinical interest, about which he has written and lectured extensively, is:  nutritional lifestyle interventions for the management of chronic illnesses, including, but not limited to, cardiovascular diseases, hypertension and diabetes.  He has developed, and used over the past 10 years, a novel food classification system that helps people reverse conditions such as this without medication or surgeries.