My primary care MD- Dr Alan Reisinger never gave up talking to me about weight loss. We discussed it, despite my resistance, at most of my visits over 5+ years. About 3 years ago he persuaded me to try a diet that he believed would make a difference. I had success with this diet as well as cutting back on grams of sugar and have lost 40 pounds. I thank him for his persistence.
My Philosophy and Approach to Wellness...
I am a board-certified internal medicine doctor with a passion for people, a focus on prevention and a desire to practice medicine the way it was meant to be practiced. As your personal physician, I believe in combining both the art and the science of medicine, and in being relentless in doing what it takes to provide you with the care you deserve. My philosophy of care combines lifestyle change support (e.g., nutrition, exercise, stress management, healthy habits) with advanced tests and screenings aimed at preventing heart disease, stroke and diabetes. I strive to bring you the best of all worlds of healing.
I’ve been practicing personalized primary care as an MDVIP-affiliated physician since 2008, offering same-day or next-day appointments that are unrushed. This preventive healthcare model revolves around the MDVIP Wellness Program, a truly comprehensive yearly assessment of current health and future risks, resulting in a customized plan built around you to help optimize your health and well-being.
My staff works hard to provide a serene, welcoming, healing environment, to inject a little humor when possible and to make you feel like family whenever you call or visit our office. We look forward to hearing from you.
Dr. Reisinger's Credentials
Mercy Medical Center
Baltimore, MD 1983-1984
Chief Resident 1984-1985
Mercy Medical Center
Baltimore, MD 1982-1983
University of Maryland School of Medicine
Doctorate of Medicine 1982
Western Maryland College
Bachelor of Arts, Biology 1978
Baltimore Magazine, recognized as one of Baltimore’s top 3 internists 1997
President, Medical Staff, Frederick Villa Nursing Center 1992-1994
Board of Directors, Preferred Health Director; financial stability directives 1993-1994
Panelist/Presenter, Maryland Health Care Coalition Conference Series; Fort Meade, Maryland 1994
Medical Director, Frederick Villa Nursing Center, policies & procedures; regulatory compliance 1994-1995
Medical Advisory Committee, Preferred Health Network; Physician Credentialing, quality assurance 1994-1996
Panelist/Presenter, Second National Primary Care Conference, Dallas, Texas 1995
Board of Directors, Saint Agnes Healthcare 1996-2008
President, Seton Medical Group 1998-2007
Testimonials from patients of Dr. Reisinger
I cannot say enough good things about Dr. Reisinger. He is a superb doctor!. He has been treating me since the 90s. And with his care I have learned to manage my medical conditions well. He responds to my questions with the most up to date information and takes time to explain the issues involved and always follows up. I know he has made a difference in the quality of my life. He engenders… See more
On April 12, 2018, I experience rupture of the right quadriceps tendon. After three weeks of hospitalization including surgery, I was released to go home. It was necessary to perform blood draws and some physical observations. Dr. Reisinger made arrangements for his assistant to visit my home to perform those tasks. This allowed me to avoid a lot of red tape to go to his medical office to… See more
I have so enjoy Dr. Reisinger's practice. Everyone (especially him) in his practice has been so accommodating and positive. I believe he give me the best physical and follow up advice I have ever had.
Thanks MDVIP and Dr Reisinger
I have been a patient of Dr. Reisinger for more than 15 years. In that time Dr Reisinger has been great at helping me navigate my health and body through all of the changes that occur in your middle age. I appreciate that he believes in holistic and western medicine treatments. I also appreciate that he will text me and email me when calling is not an option. Dr. A. Alan Reisinger is the best… See more
Dr Reisinger is a very friendly knowledgeable physician .I have known Alan for many years as a colleague in st Agnes hospital .I trust him implicitly with my health .What helps is his great sense of humor .His staff is exceptionally helpful and friendly
Dr. Reisinger has been my MDVIP physician for the last 12 years. I love that he is constantly learning and leading the charge in many areas to ensure that the latest research and thinking are brought to bear on preventative care as well as being there when I need healing of some type. I always have thorough discussions about any results or concerns. I selfishly hope he keeps practicing for… See more
I have been going to Dr. Reisinger for over 20 plus years and he has been most professional in his care and treatment. He has always displayed his undivided attention to my concerns and medical needs. I know I can be at ease and discuss anything concerning my health with him. His recommendations are always made in my best interest and accompanied by sound reasoning. In this day and age of… See more
I joined Dr. Reisinger's practice when he started with MDVIP. He feels like a member of the family because he is that caring and has been my physician through illnesses and the deaths of my father and husband, celebrations of my daughter's medical school and now into residency. Through it all he has taken care of my ups and downs - several surgeries and the resulting rehabs. He is… See more
We've shared many good experiences over the years, and we certainly, recently, shared the bad. You've been my doctor through them all, but more importantly, you've been my friend.
PS The rating below is because of you.
Baltimore-area affiliate Dr. Alan Reisinger contributed to a Gray TV news story about how the pandemic is affecting Americans’ mental health.
Did you hear the latest news that eggs are back on the shortlist of “bad” foods for your heart? Higher egg consumption has been associated with a greater risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) and premature death,… See more
It has become clear to me, after more than 35 years of medical practice, that the traditional approach to cardiovascular disease is missing the boat. Just look at these dismal statistics:
- Heart disease has been the No. 1 cause of death in this country since 1900.
- Somebody… See more