Casa Grande, AZ
“I treat all my patients and my own family members in just the same way, with care and compassion.”
I practiced as an MD overseas. I continued my education and pursuit of medicine in the US, and entered the NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine in New York to understand the basic principles of body unity & self-regulation.
My passion and my purpose are to provide care for patients with longitudinal, acute, and ambulatory diseases while serving as their primary medical support system. As a DO and MD, I am grateful for the opportunity to support my patients while educating and advocating for them on their journey towards health.
Peconic Bay Medical Center (PBMC) - Northwell (North Shore-LIJ) Health in NY - Transitional Year Residency
NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine - Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.)
Shahid Beheshti (National/Melli) University of Medical Sciences - Medical Doctor (M.D.), Allopathic Medicine, Tehran, Iran
In addition to my early background in disaster and battlefield medicine, have several years experience working in sleep medicine, primary care, and urgent care- as well as- four years clinical research on neurologic, Surgery-Trauma ICU patients, GI and lung diseases, tuberculosis, and adult stem cell research at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland. I have lived in Arizona since June 2022 and have practiced as a general physician in Scottsdale for over a year.
ECFMG Certificate (Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates) Qualified my M.D. from overseas
I enjoy cooking, biking and going to the gym. From time to time, I enjoy watching combat sports: Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), Kickboxing, as well as Soccer and Rugby.
Between the real-world emergency medical experience I’ve gained, and after obtaining two degrees in Medicine: MD and DO, my journey has allowed me to pursue my passion, to provide the world with patient-centered incremental medicine, evidence-based medicine, and holistic care.