Toni Bark, MD
Founder and Medical Director
MHEM, LEED, AP
Toni Bark, M.D. (LEED AP) graduated from Rush Medical College in Chicago, Illinois in 1986. She then went on to New York University and the University of Illinois for residency programs.
Dr. Bark has been the medical director for various departments and hospitals and has extensive post-residency training in aesthetic medicine, nutritional medicine, and classical homeopathy with the top trainers in the various fields.
Dr. Bark has a successful private practice in preventative medicine utilizing Classical Homeopathy, Autonomic Biofeedback, Clinical nutrition with a focus on Plant Based Ketogenic diets and European aesthetics.
Dr. Bark received masters level training with autonomic biofeedback and has taken it to a new level since her disaster response work in Haiti
She holds a Masters Degree in Medical Disaster response, a Leadership in Environmental and Energy Design (LEED) accreditation as well as her Medical Degree and many certificates in Classical homeopathy training and Aesthetic medicine. She has a focus on environmental triggers and epigenetics and uses this knowledge to abate disease processes.
She is a contributing author for Silent Epidemic as well as The Textbook of Complementary and Alternative Medicine and a Co-Producer of the film Bought.
Doctor Bark is an athlete and a dancer and works intimately with other movers and shakers.
Classical Homeopathy, Nutritional and Preventative Medicine
Dr. Bark has studied extensively with internationally renowned Homeopaths such as Massimo Mangialavori, Vasillies Ghegas, Rajan Sarkaran, Divya Chabra, Jan Scholten, Paul Herscu and Louis Klein.
She initially studied homeopathy at The New England School of Homeopathy in Massachusetts and completed her initial training at The National Center for Homeopathy in Virginia. She finished her training in Hypnotherapy with Dr. Ericca Fromm and with the American society for Clinical Hypnosis.
Dr. Bark received her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from The University of Illinois in 1981 and her medical degree from Rush Medical School in 1986.
Dr. Bark completed her Pediatric Residency training at the University of Illinois, Chicago, in 1991, and trained at New York University in Pediatrics from 1986 through 1987 and Rehabilitation Medicine from 1987 through 1988. Immediately post-residency, Dr. Bark worked as attending staff in the Neo-Natal Intensive Care Unit at Michael Reese Hospital. She then took a position as the Director of the Pediatric Emergency Room at Michael Reese Hospital until 1993 when her commitment to natural remedies led her to begin her study of Holistic Medicine.
She has maintained a private practice in Homeopathy for more than fifteen years and was the Medical Director for the integrative Medicine department of Advocate Health Care Systems at Good Shepherd Hospital from June of 2000 until July of 2003.
In 2012, Dr. Bark was bestowed the honor of becoming the 2nd Vice President of the American Institute of Homeopathy (AIH). She also received her Masters in Healthcare Emergency Management (MHEM) from Boston University Medical School that same year.
Dr. Bark schedules initial visits for a minimum of one hour for children and two hours for adults. She explores each individual’s unique health concerns and therefore it is helpful to have a dream and food journal prepared for your visit. Because Dr. Bark’s practice of Classical Homeopathy involves understanding much more than just the patient’s body and environment – for instance, their beliefs and individual view of the world – the patient must be willing to explore the role of dreams, attitudes, fears, hopes and desires in relationship to health and overall life satisfaction.
Dr. Bark also utilizes state of the art laboratories for early detection and intervention in reversing disease processes.
Dr. Bark is an avid lecturer for medical and health conferences, has been a contributing author for textbooks on alternative medicine, for the book “Vaccine Epidemic”, has co-produced the documentary “Bought”. She has been featured in several national radio programs, shows, and print. If you are interested in having Dr. Bark come and speak, please contact the office at 847-869-7740.
Dr. Toni Bark in the Media
Dr. Toni Bark
Chicago Magazine Top Doctor 2005
LEED AP 2004
Dr. Bark is proud of her membership and association with the following organizations:
National Center for Homeopathy
801 North Fairfax Street, Suite 306
Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone: (703) 548-7790 | Fax: (703) 548-7792
The National Center for Homeopathy’s mission is to promote health through homeopathy. By providing general education to the public about homeopathy, and specific education to homeopaths, this organization helps to make homeopathy available throughout the United States.
Illinois Homeopathic Medical Association
400 E 22nd Street, Suite F
Lombard, Illinois 60148
Phone: (630) 792-9311 | Fax: (630)792-9316
The state professional homeopathic organization which promotes homeopathic research and education. Professional educational seminars are held once yearly in the Chicagoland area, featuring world renown homeopathic educators, often with CME accreditation. There are yearly membership meetings in the fall. A trifold brochure describing homeopathy and listing practicing members is available.
American Institute of Homeopathy
The American Institute of Homeopathy, a 501(C)6 trade association whose membership comprises medical and osteopathic physicians, dentists, advanced practice nurses, and physician assistants, has as its purposes the promotion and improvement of homeopathic medicine and the dissemination of medical knowledge pertaining thereto. It strives to elevate and improve the standards of homeopathic medical education while safeguarding the interests of the profession, attaining general recognition and public acceptance of homeopathy.