"Jay Lombard offers his patients, and those of us who are his colleagues a rare combination of virtues: visionary thinking, careful scientific investigation, a critical eye for limiting and dangerous dogma, and a kind and comprehensive clinical approach. I refer patients to him with confidence and gratitude."
James S Gordon, MD, Founder and Executive Director The Center for Mind-Body Medicine, and Clinical professor of Psychiatry and family Medicine, Georgetown Medical School
“Caring, brilliant and heart-centered, Dr. Jay Lombard is on the leading edge of integrative and functional neurology. He provides patients with the personalized care that they need most on their healing journey.”
Kathie M Swift, MS RDN LDN FAND
"Dr. Lombard is an incredibly wise, kind and caring physician. He possessed a wealth of knowledge, and years of experience in the field of neuropsychiatry. He is a wonderful diagnostician and is fully committed to each of his patients. He works tirelessly to find the right treatment for each one of his patients. I am fortunate to have found him for my medical needs."
JA, Patient of Dr. Lombard
"Dr. Lombard is one of the true pioneers in forward-thinking neurology. His intense patient advocacy partnered with his innovative treatment models have brought healing to many patients that the rest of the medical world has given up on. Jay never stops learning and I am thankful to have been his student and to have had the opportunity to team-teach other physicians with him. And I strongly suspect that the future of neurology that none of us yet see is hiding in Jay's brain somewhere. "
David Haase, MD
Bestselling Author - "Curiosity Heals the Human"
“Jay Lombard is a behavioral neurologist with one of the most brilliant and creative minds in treating patients with intractable disease. Not only a leader in his field but Lombard also puts his heart and soul into his work to bring the best outcome for his patients. He truly was born to serve. His ability to look at disease from a 360-degree perspective is remarkable. If there's a problem, he calls upon his tireless tenacity and faith to find a solution. Any patient would be lucky to have Jay fighting for him."
Kathleen O'Connell, Director of Transforming Medicine, The Elizabeth Kauffman Institute, collaborator and grateful to call Dr. Lombard a friend of 40 years.