Joe Klemczewski


Dr. Klemczewski received his Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy from the Indiana University School of Medicine.

While working as an orthopedic outpatient physical therapist, he continued his education by earning a Masters and Doctorate in health and nutrition related fields. Along the way, he also studied for and passed the renowned Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist examination with the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).

He finished a second doctoral dissertation investigating all contributing causes of childhood obesity and a corrective approach on his way to a PhD in Health Education.

Athletics led Klemczewski to weight training by the age of thirteen and he competed in his first bodybuilding contest at the age of twenty.

By the age of twenty-seven he won his pro card with the World Natural Bodybuilding Federation (WNBF) and has competed in pro bodybuilding?s largest venues including top-five finishes at the Mr. International and Mr. Universe contests.

Shortly after finishing his first doctorate and winning his pro card, Dr. Joe created a wellness corporation and opened a fitness facility. He next founded Genetitec, Inc., a supplement company specializing in proprietary protein formulations.

Continuing his specialty in product development, Klemczewski started A3R Labs, Inc. and is introducing new products like The Diet Doc Protein Blend ? a functional time-released powder and Conrol-4, a blood-sugar modulating supplement perfect for dieting.

Joe specializes in intensive nutritional consulting and contest preparation. He has helped clients win over 120 pro cards and more than 25 pro titles in the last decade alone (

His staff is the most educated and experienced in the industry and has created unique support programs for training and posing as well as his original "Perfect Peaking" program.

He began franchising his Diet Doc business model in 2007 and there are now several Diet Doc Weight-Loss Centers across the country (

This program has helped thousands of general population clients since its inception and carries an active client load in the hundreds. Monthly travels around the nation to give motivational and instructional workshops keep Dr. Klemczewski anchored in the health culture.

Joe is currently working to restart his weekly weight-loss radio show, Dr. Joe; America?s Permanent Weight Loss Expert and will bring The Diet Doc Magazine to market this year.

He has been a contributing science editor for Chelo Publishing, a health and fitness magazine publisher in New York, for the last ten years. His articles regularly appear in Natural Bodybuilding & Fitness and Best Body and Dr. Klemczewski has been a contributing writer for eDiets among several other health websites. His newest book, co-authored with Dr. Scott Uloth, MD, was released nationally in 2009 (

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