Richard H. Onysko, P.A.–C
Gregory M. Giesler, M.D.
Dr. Gregory Giesler was born and raised in San Marino and after attending UC Santa Barbara undergraduate school and the Chicago Medical School returned to complete his residency training at the UCLA Medical Center. He was active in clinical research in heart transplantation and end stage congestive heart failure.
He then completed his fellowship in cardiology and interventional cardiovascular disease at the University of Texas Medical Center in Houston, TX. He continued his interest in heart transplantation and mechanical devices at the Texas Heart Institute authoring multiple publications and book chapters. He also was active in the treatment of acute myocardial infarction (Heart Attack) and piloted multiple trials including the coordinated treatment of heart attack patients that has now become the standard of care in the United States today.
Dr. Giesler has published extensively on the treatment of both congestive heart failure and acute myocardial infarction as well as presented at both national and international meetings.
Greg now has returned home to Southern California to help establish both Huntington and Arcadia Hospitals as centers of excellence in the treatment of heart attack patients. He is also involved in expanding the peripheral arterial disease program and the treatment of congenital heart defects.
Greg is active in the teaching program of residents at Huntington as well as a frequent speaker for Huntington Hospital.
Greg lives with his wife and two children and is active coaching soccer and supporting his daughter in competitive swimming.