Dr. Erik Lundquist, M.D.
7450 Ynez. Rd. #100
Temecula CA, 92591
Dr. Lundquist has a special interest in Integrative, Functional and Holistic Family Medicine. He is currently the founder and medical director for the Temecula Center for Integrative Medicine. He is a member of the Academy of Integrative and Health Medicine (AIHM), The American College of Nutrition, The American Association of Family Medicine as well as the Institute of Functional Medicine. He specializes in endocrine disorders such as thyroid and adrenal dysfunction, sex hormone imbalances and cardiometabolic disorders (such as diabetes) as well as treatments for chronic fatigue/fibromyalgia, migraine headaches, and autoimmune disorders. He has expanded his scope over the past several years to become an expert in treating biotoxin illnesses, such as those related to Mold toxicity, Chronic Lyme Disease and Breast Implant Illness.
One exciting aspect of his practice is the many drug free and non-surgical treatments for chronic pain that he has incorporated utilizing Regenerative Therapies such as Ozone injections, Clot Master-a form of platelet rich plasma (PRP), and biological allograft -a form of mesenchymal stem cell treatment. These methods have proven very successful in helping restore function and relieve pain for multiple musculoskeletal conditions.
He has a passion for getting to the root cause of disease and disorders and has a passion for teaching and sharing his knowledge and experience. He is a highly sought after speaker on various aspects of Integrative and Functional Medicine, having spoken for Scripps, American Academy of Anti Aging Medicine (A4M) and as a faculty member for the AIHM Integrative Medicine Fellowship. He recently completed a chapter on Thyroid and Adrenal Influences on the Cardiovascular System for Personalized and Precision Integrative Cardiovascular Medicine, a textbook edited by Dr Mark Houston.
He attended Occidental College in LA where he graduated with a B.A. in Kinesiology and Biology. He received his MD from St. Louis University School of Medicine and completed his family medicine residency at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton where he served as chief resident. Dr. Lundquist spent 8 years on active duty with the Navy serving in Iraq as a battalion surgeon with the Marine Corps as well as serving for 3 years at a Naval Hospital in Naples, Italy.
Dr. Lundquist is Board Certified in Family Medicine with ABFM and he is sub-specialized with the American Board of Integrative Medicine (ABoIM). He also has received a certification from the American Board of Integrative and Holistic Medicine (ABIHM) and the Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM).
He is married with three children and loves inspiring his patients to take control of their health and combat "dis-ease". He enjoys teaching his peers about integrative and functional medicine approaches to chronic diseases.
Functional Medicine. In many ways, our medical system in America is broken. Referred to as conventional medicine, it is definitely effective for infections, trauma, medical emergencies, and acute diseases. However, because conventional treatment focuses on diagnosing the symptom and then prescribing a corresponding medication or recommending surgery, this approach fails millions of people each year,…