About the Doctor
Dr. Stewart joined Emologic Clinic in November of 2013. He is a Diplomate of The American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and has been providing clinical Psychiatric care since completing residency at Kansas University School of Medicine -Wichita in 2007. Immediately prior to joining Emologic clinic, Dr. Stewart spent several years in Joplin, Missouri providing psychiatric care as Medical Director for a Geriatric Psychiatric Inpatient Unit, Outpatient Psychiatrist and Adult Inpatient Psychiatrist. In addition to providing clinical care, Dr. Stewart has given numerous lectures and media appearances regarding mental health matters.
While providing outpatient care to patients at Emologic Clinic, Dr. Stewart also serves as Medical Director for the Cox Branson Senior Transitions Inpatient Psychiatric Unit. He has extensive inpatient and outpatient clinical experience that includes serving as Medical Director for a number of different hospital based Psychiatric services, being trained in brain stimulation modalities such as Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation and ECT. He is also skilled and trained in the areas of Psychopharmacology and Psychotherapy. Above all else, Dr. Stewart regards the Physician-Patient encounter as one of paramount importance and strives continually to maximize his abilities in assisting patients in making forward progress.
Dr. Stewart is an Osteopathic Physician. He graduated from Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences in Kansas City in 2003 and moved on to residency training that year. During the final year of residency training Dr. Stewart served as Chief Resident and went on to complete a psychopharmacology fellowship under the direction of Dr. Sheldon Preskorn. Out of that residency and fellowship came several awards for patient care, scientific writing and peer reviewed publications as a co-author and sub-investigator. More recent areas of interest and clinical focus for Dr. Stewart include Age Management Medicine, deepening his knowledge of the interplay between nutrition, fitness, hormones and inflammation as they impact mental and physical health.
Dr. Stewart was born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri. He has a deep appreciation for the people and culture of Midwestern America as he descends from families of Midwestern roots several generations deep. Though he has spent significant amounts of time on each coast he is drawn to serve the people of the Midwest. He enjoys spending time away from work with his cherished wife and children, engaging in outdoor activities such as gardening, hunting, and rigorous physical training.