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Contact Wisconsin Institute of Nutrition

Contact Wisconsin Institute of NutritionContact the Wisconsin Institute of Nutrition for an appointment with Dr. Semon, please call 1-877-332-7899. Dr. Semon responds personally to all inquiries so if you are not sure if you can be helped, please call.

Complete directions to Dr. Semon’s Officeare below, or you may prefer to use the Google Map

Locations and Hours

Dr. Semon’s main office is in Glendale, Wisconsin, which is just north of Milwaukee. Milwaukee is 80 miles North of Chicago, Illinois. He has regular office hours and makes space available for new patients. Call his office at 1-877-332-7899 to make an appointment.

Wisconsin Institute of Nutrition and the offices of Bruce Semon, M.D., Ph.D., are located at:

Greensquare Center for the Healing Arts
6789 N. Green Bay Avenue
Glendale, WI 53217

Mailing address:

P.O. Box 170867

Milwaukee, WI  53217

Call toll-free 1-877-332-7899, for appointments, information or general questions.

To make an appointment with Dr. Semon:
call 1-877-332-7899

E-Mail: support@nutritioninstitute.com

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Directions to Dr. Semon’s Office:

From Chicago Area

Take I-94 North through downtown Milwaukee. From downtown, keep going straight North onto I-43. Take the Good Hope exit (just past Silver Spring). Go West (left) on Good Hope, about 1 mile, to Green Bay (Hwy. 57). Turn left on Green Bay. There is a Mobil station at the SouthEast corner of the intersection. Go about 1/2 mile to the next traffic light, which is Green Tree. Greensquare Center for the Healing Arts is located on the SouthWest corner of the intersection, just after the traffic light. There are driveway entrances on Green Bay and on Green Tree. Parking is free. The office is down the outside stairs at the northeast corner of the building (left hand side as you are looking at it). For handicapped access, park by the ramp located at the right side of the building and take the elevator down one level. ).

From Green Bay Area:

Take 1-43 South to the Good Hope exit. Go West (left) on Good Hope, about 1 mile, to Green Bay (Hwy. 57). Turn left on Green Bay. There is a Mobil station at the SouthEast corner of the intersection. Go about 1/2 mile to the next traffic light, which is Green Tree. Greensquare Center for the Healing Arts is located on the SouthWest corner of the intersection, just after the traffic light. There are driveway entrances on Green Bay and on Green Tree. Parking is free. The office is down the outside stairs at the northeast corner of the building (left hand side as you are looking at it). For handicapped access, park by the ramp located at the right side of the building and take the elevator down one level. ).

From the Madison Area:

Take I-90/94 east to I-43 North, to the Good Hope Exit. Go West (left) on Good Hope, about 1 mile, to Green Bay (Hwy. 57). Turn left on Green Bay. There is a Mobil station at the SouthEast corner of the intersection. Go about 1/2 mile to the next traffic light, which is Green Tree. Greensquare Center for the Healing Arts is located on the SouthWest corner of the intersection, just after the traffic light. There are driveway entrances on Green Bay and on Green Tree. Parking is free. The office is down the outside stairs at the northeast corner of the building (left hand side as you are looking at it). For handicapped access, park by the ramp located at the right side of the building and take the elevator down one level.).

 

About Dr. Semon and Ms. Kornblum

Dr. Bruce Semon, Medical Director of Wisconsin Institute of Nutrition, is a board certified psychiatrist and doctorate level nutritionist. He has appeared on numerous radio programs and internet programs. Dr. Semon received his M.D. from University of Wisconsin-Madison and his Ph.D. in Nutrition from University of California-Davis. Dr. Semon was a Research Fellow in the Laboratory of Nutritional and Molecular Regulation, of the National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of Health. He received his adult psychiatry training at the Medical College of Wisconsin. Dr. Semon also was a Fellow in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the Medical College of Wisconsin.

Dr. Semon has published several academic papers relating to nutrition, and is a contributing author to Biological Treatments for Autism and PDD, by Dr. William Shaw.

As a complement to Dr. Semon’s regular psychiatry practice, Dr. Semon has treated many patients for yeast-related illnesses, including eczema, psoriasis, depression and autism, with remarkable results.

For more information about Dr. Semon’s practice, click here.

Ms. Kornblum is Operations Director of Wisconsin Institute of Nutrition. She is an attorney in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Ms. Kornblum regularly counsels parents on how to implement yeast free, wheat free and dairy free diets.

Both Dr. Semon and Ms. Kornblum are available to speak at conferences, radio programs, on-line chats, to teach classes, and for consultation. They can discuss the medical, scientific background to yeast free, wheat free, and milk free diets; homeopathy; alternative health care; and the “how to’s” of implementing dietary change. Call 877-332-7899 to schedule a date.

Insurance Coverage

Dr. Semon is a provider for numerous health plans and health maintenance organizations, at different clinics in the Milwaukee area. Dr. Semon also accepts private pay patients. Please call your health plan to find out if Dr. Semon is on the mental health provider list, and at which clinic. He accepts some straight Title 19 patients.

Call ahead to 1-877-332-7899 to make an appointment Please obtain a referral and an authorization number prior to your first visit, or Dr. Semon may not be able to see you on that insurance plan. Sorry, these are their rules, not his.

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