Amber Golshani, ND
AMBER GOLSHANI, N.D., received her Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from Southampton College of Long Island University. In her final year of college while studying abroad in Australia, she met a Naturopath who changed her health, her life, and her career path. Intrigued with the healing power of nature, Dr. Golshani went on to receive her Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine with honors from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, AZ, a four year, accredited, postgraduate medical school. She has now returned to her home state of Maryland to bring Naturopathic Medicine to the Eastern Shore of Maryland.
“I believe in the body’s inherent ability to heal itself. The methods I use aim to support that inner wisdom we all have,” says Dr. Golshani. She believes that health is not merely the absence of disease, but a state of emotional, mental, physical, and social well-being that allows each person to pursue their highest goals, dreams, and life purpose.
Dr. Golshani’s personal mission is to educate and empower patients to realize the power they have to create the health, and the life, they want. She takes the time to listen and fully understand each person and their wellness goals. Genuine caring, and a warm, inviting personality make patients feel like one of the family, and indeed, Dr. Golshani aims to treat each patient as she would her own mother. Seamlessly woven into her warm beside manner is a responsible, capable professional who puts the health and safety of her patients first.
Dr. Golshani maintains a current license as a primary care physician in the state of Vermont. Maryland does not currently regulate the practice of Naturopathic Medicine. However, Dr. Golshani is actively involved in the Maryland Association of Naturopathic Physicians as the secretary working towards passing legislation to license N.D.s allowing them to practice medicine as primary care physicians. This is a very important step towards improving health care, not only in the state of Maryland, but also in the country, by providing alternatives and renewed hope to people who continue to suffer with otherwise untreatable diseases.