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Nooshig Luz Salvador MD, MS, MA, ABOIM, LAc, NCCAOM

Physician, creative artist, avid gardener

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Hospice and Palliative Medicine | Integrative Medicine | Lifestyle Medicine | Physician

Dr. Salvador is a compassionate and insightful healer who uses all her expertise, skills, and talents in Internal Medicine, Integrative Medicine, Palliative Care Medicine, and Traditional Chinese Medicine to evaluate and treat the whole person. During her career as a physician, she has worked in the inpatient and outpatient settings in both academic and corporate worlds. She was an attending physician teaching Internal Medicine resident physicians become the best physicians they could be. During her work as an Internal Medicine Hospital physician and later Palliative Care Medicine Medical Director for a hospital system, she was the Chairperson of the Ethics Committee. Her thirst for knowledge and growth inspired her to pursue Masters Degrees in Ethics, Biblical Studies, Traditional Chinese Medicine, and Acupuncture. Her passion for all of these studies led her to be board certified and licensed in every specialty mentioned above. In addition to all this, she loves all things creative and encourages her patients to engage in creative work as part of their path to healing. She is currently the Medical Director of The Almond Tree Healing Center and is thrilled to help patients start down their paths to healing!

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Nooshig Luz Salvador MD, MS, MA, ABOIM, LAc, NCCAOM
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