About Us

Our goal is to provide exceptional services for restoring and maintaining superior health for adults, children and seniors. Our treatments span the spectrum from healthy aging to acute care and crisis management. We provide advanced therapies from around the world with proven effectiveness in scientific studies and clinical applications. In practice since 1975, Gerber Medical Clinic moved into its current location at1225 Westfield Avenue in December 2006, after redeveloping the entire second floor of the building into a green facility.

Dr. Michael Gerber, M.D., H.M.D. – Practitioner of Homeopathic Medicine

Dr. Michael Gerber graduated from the Kansas University School of Medicine in 1972. He completed his internal medicine internship at Oakland County Hospital with additional training in Zaire, Africa. He also trained in a psychiatric externship at the crisis intervention ward at the University of California, San Francisco Medical School, and performed psycho-pharmacology research at the Stanford Research Ward of the Palo Alto, California, Veterans Administration Hospital and Menlo Park Veterans Administration Hospital. Dr. Michael Gerber has always been drawn to natural approaches to medicine, and early in his practice he studied with many well-known medical pioneers such as Dr. John Christopher, Dr. Paavo Airola, and two-time Nobel Prize Laureate Dr. Linus Pauling. He has been a chelating physician since 1976 and has been a diplomate of the American Board of Chelation Therapy since 1984. He is also is a diplomate of the International College of Anti-Aging Medicine and is a graduate of the UCLA Medical Acupuncture Training Program. He is the president of the Nevada Homeopathic and Integrative Medical Association, a past president of the Orthomolecular Medical Association, and was a medical advisor and featured columnist for Alternative Medicine Magazine and The Townsend Letter.

Dr. Sean Devlin, D.O., H.M.D. – Integrative Medicine & Integrative Oncology

Dr. Sean Devlin was graduated in 1991 with a master’s degree in biochemistry from the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology.  He was a PhD candidate in pharmacology at the University of Tennessee from 1993-1994.  Following a fellowship in anatomy and neuromuscular medicine at the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine (UNECOM), he received his doctor of osteopathic medicine from UNECOM in 1999.  Dr. Devlin did his internship and residency at the University of Nevada from 1999-2002.  Board and fellowship training was completed at the American Academy of Anti-Aging Regenerative Medicine as well as fellowship training in integrative oncology at the ABAARM.  He has more than 15 years of emergency medicine, clinic and hospitalist experience and has been an attending physician at the Burning Man music/art festival in Northern Nevada for more than 10 years.  Dr. Devlin is licensed in California, Colorado, Washington and Nevada.

Dr. Robert Floyd, M.D. – Integrative/Functional Medicine

Dr. Robert Floyd was graduated from the Medical University of the Americas in 2007 and did his medical residency at the University of Nevada.  He’s board certified by the American Academy of Family Physicians, is a member of The Institute for Functional Medicine, the American Academy for Anti-Aging Medicine and the Paleo Physicians Network.  He is currently working toward certification as a functional medicine physician through the Institute for Functional Medicine as well as learning about integrative oncology and hormone replacement.  Dr. Floyd has extensive training in family medicine, emergency medicine, trauma surgery and critical care.  He has worked as a hospitalist and emergency medicine physician for more than five years, most recently holding the position of medical director at South Lyon Medical Center in Yerington, Nevada.  His goal is to help patients avoid disease altogether by promoting “disease prevention” via functional nutrition, lifestyle modification, mindfulness and holistic medicine.  Dr. Floyd is licensed in Nevada.

Ann Barnet, M.D. – Integrative Internal Medicine – Acupuncture/EFT

Dr. Ann Barnet was graduated from the University of Notre Dame and had the privilege of serving as a medical aid in West Africa for two years while in the Peace Corps. She earned her medical degree at the University of Nevada, School of Medicine, completed her internal medicine training in 2008 as well as a post-graduate training program in acupuncture through the University of California, Irvine.  Dr. Barnet trained in the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), which she has blended with her current integrative medicine practice and has a strong interest in Chinese medicine and acupuncture.  She has worked as a festival emergency medicine provider and enjoys an active lifestyle, which includes a daily yoga practice, running, gardening, journaling and meditation.  Dr. Barnet is a board-certified internal medicine physician with experience as a hospitalist, clinician and pain management specialist.  She is currently accepting new patients at the Gerber Medical Clinic focusing on chronic pain management, auto-immune diseases and chronic disease.