Dr. Lewey is a board certified sub-specialist who limits his practice to the
diseases of the digestive tract. He has a special interest in food allergy and
intolerance especially gluten and the disease Celiac Sprue also known as
Celiac disease or gluten sensitive enteropathy.

Dr. Scot Michael Lewey is a 1984 graduate of the University of Health
Sciences - College of Osteopathic (UHS-COM), now known as Kansas City
University of Medicine and Biosciences (KCUMB) in Kansas City, Missouri.
After medical school he entered the Army Medical Corps as a Captain and  
completed an internship in Family Practice, followed by a combined
residency in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics.

After working in primary care for four years and combat service during
Desert Storm, he entered sub-specialty fellowship training in
Gastroenterology. Upon completion of his fellowship in 1995, he remained
as teaching staff at Fitzsimmons Army Medical Center until it closed 1996
when he transferred to Evans Army Hospital in Colorado Springs where he
served for two years as Chief of the  Gastroenterology Service before
entering private practice in 1998.

Dr. Lewey is an adjunct faculty, appointed to the academic rank of Associate
Professor of Medicine, for Rocky Vista University - College of Osteopathic
Medicine. He is the physician diagnostic advisor for the Pikes Peak Chapter
of the Celiac Sprue Association and on the medical advisory board of the
Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America, Rocky Mountain Chapter. Dr.
Lewey is a physician reviewer for the American Journal of Gastroenterology
and recently was asked to serve on the publications committee for the
American College of Gastroenterology (ACG), an organization to which he
was elected a Fellow (FACG) in 2009.

Dr. Lewey served as a company commander in the 1st Infantry Division
during the first Gulf War where he was awarded the Bronze Star Medal and
the Combat Medic Badge in addition to numerous other awards he received
during hi
s during his 14 years on active duty in U.S. Army Medical Corps . He
holds the unique distinction of being one of the few doctors in the history
of the Army Medical Corps to be promoted to Lieutenant Colonel two early.

Also known as the food doc or Dr. Celiac, Dr. Lewey's passion and
professional interest is also personal. He has two family members who have
Celiac disease and several others including himself are gluten intolerant.
His expertise also includes colitis, Crohn's disease, mastocytic
enterocolitis, eosinophilic or allergic esophagus, irritable bowel syndrome,
acid reflux and advance endoscopic techniques and wireless capsule
endoscopy ('pill camera"). Dr. Lewey has published several articles, book
chapters, a guide on Celiac and gluten sensitivity and is working on two
books. His online articles and blog are read by healthcare providers and lay
persons from all over the world.

Dr. Lewey's colorful family history includes being the third great grandson
of Dr. Adam Lewey, an early settler of Buffalo, Missouri. His second great
grandfather, Hugh A. Lewey, was a sergeant in the 16th Missouri Cavalry
(Union) during the Civil War and Adam Lewy, Dr. Adam's grandson, was one
of the first U.S marshals of Colorado and in 1891 was the second elected
sheriff of Montezuma County, Colorado. He and his family live gluten free in
Colorado where he maintains an active clinic, teaches, writes and enjoys
the outdoors when he finds time off.
Professional Associations
American Academy of
Pediatrics (AAP)
American Society of
Endoscopy. (ASGE)
American College of
American College of
Osteopathic Internists
American College of
Pediatricians (ACOP)
Dr. Scot Michael Lewey, D.O., FACG, FACP, FACOI, FAAP, FACOP, CPE
"The Food Doc"
Dr. Scot Lewey's Biography