Dale Guyer, M.D.: Founder and Medical Director, The Guyer Institute of Molecular Medicine and The Synergy MedSpa
Dale Guyer, M.D. brings more than two decades of medical therapies and experience to Indiana in his practice. Using science and integrative health practices, he is able to uncover the root causes of his patients' conditions. In doing so, he can discover unique ways to improve patients' well-being and overall health. The institute helps to treat chronic pain and conditions and helps patients get more energy and vibrancy to live life. The Guyer Institute and Dr. Guyer's mission remains to heal the body from the inside-out, while helping patients live a longer and more vibrant life.
Education and Experience
Dr. Guyer completed his undergraduate coursework at Purdue University in Lafayette, Indiana. He also graduated from Indiana University School of Medicine in Bloomington, Indiana. In his busy Indianapolis-area clinical practice, he incorporates alternative treatments, for patients looking for different approaches traditional provides. Some of his specialties include the treatment of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, chronic injuries, and and bioidentical hormone replacement. Learn more about The Guyer Institute and the services we offer.
In addition, Dr. Guyer opened the Synergy MedSpa in Indianapolis to complement the integrative medicine practice with aesthetics and spa services for patients to look and feel their best. The medical spa features popular treatments such as:
- CoolSculpting, a fat-freezing technique targeting troubled areas of the body
- Almi stem cell facials for rejuvenating skin
- Vampire treatments, which use platelet-rich plasma (PRP) to improve skin and treat conditions such as thinning hair or sexual health issues.
Dr. Guyer travels and speaks regularly at national health meetings on topics relating to chronic pain management and integrated medicine therapies. During these sessions, he is always on the lookout for new therapies and treatments that he can introduce to his patients in Indiana. He is a former board member for the International College of Integrative Medicine.