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About The Medical Practice


Kornweiss Medical is a private independent medical practice based in Greenville, SC and founded in 2019 by Steven Kornweiss, MD. The practice is a direct care monthly membership based practice, meaning that clients pay a monthly membership fee in exchange for services.

The practice focuses on causal diagnostics for existing problems, and just as importantly, on the prevention of disease and improvement of mental and physical well-being using individualized approaches to nutrition, training, recovery, and pharmacology.

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About The Physician


Steven Kornweiss, MD is a private practice physician focusing on diagnostic and preventive medicine. In addition to his private practice, he is a board certified and practicing emergency physician. He holds a B.A. in Neuroscience from The Johns Hopkins University, an M.D. from Temple University School of Medicine, and was chief resident at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital where he trained in emergency medicine.

Location


The practice is based in Greenville, SC. Clients who live anywhere in the following states may be accepted into the practice (last updated December 2020).

  • South Carolina
  • Pennsylvania
  • Maryland

The practice does not currently maintain a physical office. Local clients have access to in-person visits at the client's home, place of work, or other private location of the client's choosing. All other visits are virtual (i.e. phone or video).

Services & Pricing


You can read more about specific services and deliverables here, and pricing information can be found here. Additional information can be found on the FAQ page.

Join the Practice


You can submit your contact information here in order to inquire about joining the practice.

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