Allan D. Lieberman, M.D., F.A.A.E.M. – Founder of COEM / Retired

Dr. Allan D. Lieberman, M.D., F.A.A.E.M. – Founder/Retired of COEM


  • Thirty (30) years of experience in the practice of environmental medicine – occupational & non-occupational.
  • Clinical experience in chemical toxicity and chemical sensitivity including neurotoxicity, immunotoxicity, and genotoxicity. Special interest in pesticide poisoning and mold injury.




  • Central Nervous System Disease: Neurotoxicology/Organophosphate Pesticide Toxicity
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Clinical Nutrition
  • Clinical Applications of Immunology and Molecular Biology
  • Clinical Toxicology and Immunotoxicology
  • Preconception Care

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In 1978, he built The Center for Occupational and Environmental Medicine, the first facility in the Southeast designed to be an environmentally safe haven for the chemically sensitive patient. (The name was later changed to the Center for Occupational and Environmental Medicine.) His intensive Program for Biodetoxification, developed to treat those who have been chronically or acutely poisoned by chemicals, draws patients from all over the nation.

He continues to teach not only his own patients (and their parents), but also lectures at the American Academy of Environmental Medicine annual meetings and at the International Conference of Man and His Environment, held annually in Dallas, TX. His Center for Occupational and Environmental Medicine has treated over 10,000 patients in the last 33 years.



January 2007


Chicago Board of Health (1961-1962)

Physician – Field Work in Live Measles Virus Vaccine

Joliet State Penitentiary (1962-1963)

Field Worker and Researcher on Hepatitis Virus Vaccine under Joseph Boggs, MD

United States Navy – US Navy Hospital, Charleston, SC (1964-1968). Staff Pediatrician (1964-1965); Chief of Pediatrics (1965-1966); Consultant in Pediatrics

Vince Moseley Diagnostic and Evaluation Clinic, Charleston, SC (1966-1968); Clinic Director (1968-1972) Specializing in the Neurologically impaired

The Coastal Rehabilitation Center, Ladson, SC (1968-1970) Director of Clinical Services and Research for the neurologically impaired.

Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC (1968-1970) Guest Lecturer in Applied Neuroanatomy, Department of Anatomy.

Private Practice of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine (1972-1978), Charleston, SC

Private Practice of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (1977-Present); 7510 Northforest Drive, North Charleston, SC 29420

Program Director and Lecturer – Instructional Course; American Academy of Environmental Medicine – Toxicology, Chemical Sensitivity (1999, 2003, 2004, 2005)

Office Hours And Location

Office Hours

 Monday – Friday: 8 am – 4 pm
 Saturday – Sunday: Closed


7510 North Forest Drive
North Charleston, SC 29420