Kent Hoffman, D.O.

Meet Dr. Kent Hoffman

Dr. Kent Hoffman is the medical director and owner of Lake Howell Health Center. He is board-certified in family practice and addiction medicine. Dr. Hoffman has been a practicing physician since 1989 and has been treating addiction for over 15 years.

His osteopathic approach to family medicine treats a person’s whole body for best results. This style crosses over into his addiction treatment as well. Dr. Hoffman reviews each person’s needs and enacts specialized treatment plans rather than applying a standard process for everyone.

He is professionally associated with the American Osteopathic Association, the American College of Osteopathic Family Practice and the American Society of Addiction Medicine.

Dr. Hoffman is also the principal investigator for TRY Research, Lake Howell Health Center’s in-house research team. TRY Research conducts clinical studies of new medications to find better ways of curing illnesses. Dr. Hoffman has spoken all over the world on the benefits of addiction medicines offered by pharmaceutical companies.

Dr. Hoffman has served as a physician for the Orlando Magic’s medical team since 2008. He resides in Winter Springs with his wife and three children.

Certifications

  • Board-certified in Family Practice
  • Board-certified in Addiction Medicine
  • Physician for medical staff of Orlando Magic

Professional Associations

  • American Osteopathic Association
  • American College of Osteopathic Family Practice
  • American Society of Addiction Medicine
  • NBA Physicians Association

Contact us at 407-691-3960 to schedule an appointment with Dr. Kent Hoffman.

Author:Lake Howell Health Center
Lake Howell Health Center

Our physicians are board certified Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine. They focus on the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of human illness and injury. They selectively utilize all accepted medical modalities to maintain and restore good health. In addition, our doctors have training in manipulative therapy, a helpful treatment for many musculoskeletal disorders.

Last modified: February 5, 2019