Dr. Lisa Gardner

Dr. Lisa Gardner is a Bio-Identical Hormone Specialist and Board Certified OBGYN. With more than 15 years in women’s health she can help the woman over 40 with her hormonal and emotional needs, weight management issues, sexual dysfunction, incontinence, skin care needs, and ultimately getting her patients off medications. Dr. Gardner takes a special interest in each patient and believes that every woman’s body is different and she knows every woman deserves to feel sexy! Through personal experience and age, Dr. Gardner relates to the patients she is treating.

Dr. Gardner is the founder of Fusion Women’s Health & Biomed Spa in Fort Worth, Texas. Her practice has evolved from the practice of Obstetrics and Gynecology to focus on Women’s Health during the Peri-Menopause and Menopausal years. Dr. Gardner adores that she is able to support and understand this very special time of a woman’s life.

Dr. Gardner has been voted a “Top-Doc” in Fort Worth, Texas since 2007 and was voted Newsweek Magazines “Top- Doctor in Texas” in 2010 and Newsweek’s “Top-Doctor in the country”  in 2011. In addition, Dr. Gardner stands as an expert source in her field and is frequently featured in both print and broadcast media.

Dr. Gardner also considers public service an important undertaking. When not in the office, Dr. Gardner spends time involving herself in the local community and serving those in need of medical care. She serves as a volunteer physician for the Good Shepherd Clinic at the Union Gospel Mission in Fort Worth and sits on the board of Union Gospel Mission. She previously sat on the board of Doris Kupferle Health Foundation, helping to raise money for women to get mammograms in Tarrant County.


  • University of Texas San Antonio, Bachelors of Science
  • Biology and University of North Texas Health Science Center, DO,1999 Board Certified OBGYN

Professional Memberships

  • North American Menopause Society
  • Top Physicians of the World
  • American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • American College of Osteopathic Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • Fort Worth OBGYN Society and the International Association of Physicians in Aesthetic Medicine