An article written by Dr. Samara D’Oro and featured in The New York Times Magazine.
Samarah D’Orro is a physician and herbalist in the United States and Asia, specializing in healing herbs and the medicinal uses of herbs.
In her professional practice, she has worked with patients who have suffered from the chronic and disabling conditions of Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, multiple sclerosis, and other chronic illnesses.
Samaria is a former member of the National Academy of Sciences and the University of California at Berkeley.
She currently serves as a member of Dr. D’Ohro’s board of advisors.
Samarra D’Onro was born and raised in the mountains of South Africa.
She completed her undergraduate degree in English Literature and History from the University to work in the medical field.
Her professional interests are in history, science, and humanities.
She was trained in clinical and medical anthropology at the University Medical Center in Johannesburg, South Africa, and has practiced medicine since 1997.
Samora graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Anthropology from the State University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa in 2006.
Samarya has been published in many national and international publications, including the American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, the Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, the American Medical Association Journal of Medical Ethics, and the Journal for Pediatric Research.
Samaris D’Alzio is a professor in the Department of Integrative Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and has authored or co-authored more than 25 peer-reviewed articles in the fields of integrative medicine, integrative health, and integrative biology.
She received her M.D. in Integrative Health Medicine from the Johns Jacobs School of Nursing at Johns Hopkins, and her Ph.
D in Integrarian medicine from the John Hopkins School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
Samarie Alzio, M.A., is a board-certified naturopathic physician and adjunct faculty member at Johns School of Public Health.
She is the author of the bestselling book “The Essential Medicine: The Art and Science of Healing with Herbal and Integrative Medical Practices” (Wiley).
She received an M.B.A. from the Columbia University School, of Arts and Sciences in 2005.
Samia Alzino is a clinical instructor and director of the Institute of Integrarity in New York City.
Her research interests include integrative science, holistic medicine, and naturopathy.
Samiya Alzia is the editor-in-chief of the naturopath magazine, The Nature and Science, and is a fellow of the Association for Integrative Clinical Practice.
She has authored more than a dozen articles on naturology, holistic and integrarian practices, and complementary and alternative medicine.
Samira Alzizio is the founder of The Natural Healing Foundation.
She works with holistic and holistic medicine practitioners worldwide and has published over twenty books, including “How to Heal: Integrative Healing for Chronic Conditions.”
She received a Ph.
D. in integrative physiology and a Master of Science in integrarity science from the Institute for Integratic Medicine, in collaboration with Dr. Daniel G. Stucki and Dr. George F. Barreca.
Samirah Alzoori is a practicing integrative physician, integrarians, and teacher of integratic medicine, practicing integrars in New Zealand and internationally.
Her work is based on a holistic approach to medicine that incorporates natural healing principles.
Her practice combines traditional medicine with integrative healing practices to address a wide range of issues in healthcare.
Samina Alzore is a New York-based writer and journalist.
She graduated from Columbia University in 2009 and received a Masters of Science from the College of Staten Island.
She studied under Dr. Edward L. O’Keefe, and holds an honorary doctorate from the American College of Integra-Medicine.
Samna Alza is a freelance writer and producer who specializes in health, wellness, and spirituality.
She’s written for Huffington Post, Salon, and others.
Samona Alza earned her BA from Columbia College and her MSc in Integral Medicine from St. Thomas University in South Carolina.
She also completed her internship in integritive medicine at the Institute on Integrative and Integrational Medicine.
In addition to her writing, Samna hosts a podcast on the wellness and spirituality of yoga called, The Zen Yoga Podcast.
Samanna is also a yoga instructor and yoga teacher, with a master’s degree in yoga from the Harvard Graduate School of Design in New England.
Samani Alzor is a journalist and author of numerous articles, books, and articles for publications including, “The Natural Healing Connection: Integrarians and Integral Health,” “The