Dr. Paul Olson

Medical Advisor

Dr. Paul has practiced medicine in the Minnesota community for 40 years.
But when he first came to Livea more
than 10 years ago, it was as a client.

 

With the help of Livea, Dr. Olson not only met his weight-loss goal, but he has maintained his goal for lasting, long-term success.  For more than 10 years, he has personally been an enthusiastic advocate of the Livea program.

We’re very pleased to announce
that Dr. Paul has joined the
Livea team as Medical Advisor.

Welcome to Livea, Dr. Paul! 

Dr. Paul Olson

Medical Advisor

Dr. Paul has practiced medicine in the Minnesota community for 40 years.

But when he first came to Livea more than 10 years ago, it was as a client.

With the help of Livea, Dr. Olson not only met his weight-loss goal, but he has maintained his goal for lasting, long-term success.  For more than 10 years, he has personally been an enthusiastic advocate of the Livea program.

We’re very pleased to announce that Dr. Paul has joined the Livea team as Medical Advisor.

Welcome to Livea, Dr. Paul! 

About Dr. Paul Olson

Dr. Olson trained at the University Minnesota and Hennepin County medical center specializing in internal medicine and nephrology with emphasis on hypertension, chronic kidney disease, transplant and other complicated medical problems. Dr. Olson sees nephrology patients as part of the Ridgeview Medical Clinics.

He has health positions as the chief of staff at Metropolitan Mount Sinai Medical Center, chairman of the National Kidney Foundation of Minnesota, Dakotas, and Iowa. He serves as secretary of the Rotary club of Minneapolis and has many other involvements. He enjoys golf, photography, writing music and musicals (like the 6-part Don’t Hug Me series) and is a member of the Minnesota Valley Community Band.

 

About Dr. Paul Olson

Dr. Olson trained at the University Minnesota and Hennepin County medical center specializing in internal medicine and nephrology with emphasis on hypertension, chronic kidney disease, transplant and other complicated medical problems. Dr. Olson sees nephrology patients as part of the Ridgeview Medical Clinics.

He has health positions as the chief of staff at Metropolitan Mount Sinai Medical Center, chairman of the National Kidney Foundation of Minnesota, Dakotas, and Iowa. He serves as secretary of the Rotary club of Minneapolis and has many other involvements. He enjoys golf, photography, writing music and musicals (like the 6-part Don’t Hug Me series) and is a member of the Minnesota Valley Community Band.