The International Association of Healthcare Professionals (IAHCP) has carefully selected Martin D. Fried, MD, FAAP, ABPNS, to represent gastroenterology in their publication, The Leading Physicians of the World. Dr. Fried’s selection is a significant representation of his passion and dedication for the field of gastroenterology. He is considered to be among the best among his many years in practice.
Dr. Fried works at Healthy Days, LLC in Ocean, New Jersey. He combines pediatrics with nutrition, giving patients his tailored food plans based on whatever allergies they may have. Dr. Fried has made enormous advances and discoveries in the field of pediatric gastric diseases, and uses his board certification as a pediatric nutritionist to help curb America’s obesity epidemic in children. He is also known for being the first physician to discover a connection between Lyme Disease and gastrointestinal disease and symptoms. Among his many articles he has published include care for children’s nutrition in those with cystic fibrosis or other physical handicaps.
In 1985, Dr. Fried received his medical degree from SUNY Syracuse Medical University. He completed a pediatrics residency at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, and then completed two fellowships: one for clinical nutrition at the Hospital for Sick Children in Canada, the other in pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center. Until 2005, Dr. Fried served as Director of the Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition Department at Jersey Shore University Medical Center; a position he held for about 13 years before opening his practice, Healthy Days, LLC.