Magdalena Swierczewski, MD, is a board certified physician specializing in integrative medicine and anti-aging and aesthetic medicine. She uses an all systems approach to formulate 360 longevity plans to help her patients heal and regain optimum health. Her longevity plans encompass a full range of physical, emotional, mental, social, spiritual and environmental influences that affect their well being.
Dr. Swierczewski earned a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from SUNY Albany, a Bachelor of Arts in History from Columbia University, and a Master of Arts in Social History from Oxford University. After receiving her degrees, she completed her Internal Medicine residency at New York University Medical Center and then worked as an Academic/Clinical Hospitalist at Mt. Sinai-St. Luke’s Roosevelt Medical Center in NY, and an Internist at Hospital for Special Surgery/Weill Cornell NY, in Perioperative Medicine.
While her work in the medical field is her main priority, Dr. Swierczewski is able to combine three of her passions–health, travel, and art– by producing her health-travel show, ExplorerMD. She uncovers lesser known conventions of health, wellness, and medical applications from around the world to incorporate into her own practice. She’s able to connect with the people and animals of the places she explores. Dr. Swierczewski also plans on sharing her knowledge with the younger generation by writing and illustrating children’s books, which is currently in the works.
Here is Dr. Swierczewski pictured with her family dog, Nero, and other animals she’s met during her travels across the world.