Dr. Fatima A. Alhadi, NMD
Dr. Fatima A. Alhadi, NMD graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine. She earned her undergraduate degree at Youngstown State University, graduating with Magna cum Laude honors and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology (Emphasis in Pre-Medicine), with minors in chemistry and psychology (Behavioral Analysis). She is a licensed Naturopathic Physician in the State of Arizona.
Dr. Alhadi’s interest in pursuing
a career in medicine began during her formative years. Although born in Pennsylvania, she spent much of her childhood abroad. During her school years, she became interested in modern medicine and healthcare. She also became familiar with traditional Eastern Medicine and witnessed the ancient practices of many different cultures, including Middle Eastern, Indian, African and the Far East.
Following her graduation from SCNM, she traveled abroad and established an integrative clinic. The clinic provided comprehensive integrated healthcare founded on a commitment and belief in Naturopathic medicine. The clinic combined Naturopathic and conventional medical approaches and tailored treatment plans for each patient.
On her return to Arizona, began supplemental training in Cardiovascular Medicine under the supervision of Dr. Weiss Decker, at Chambers Clinic. As a member of the team at the Chambers Clinic, Dr. Alhadi treats all medical conditions and can provide quality health care for your entire family. She is extremely passionate about helping patients suffering from chronic illnesses such as chronic pain syndromes, fatigue, digestive disturbances, endocrine disorders, anxiety, depression, autoimmune diseases and disorders, Fibromyalgia, PCOS, insomnia, and allergies. She also treats a variety of acute and chronic conditions including menopause, hormonal imbalances, diabetes, and heart disease.
Dr. Alhadi emphasizes prevention, treatment, and optimal health through the use of therapeutic methods and substances that bring out your body’s innate ability to heal. Natural modalities such as acupuncture, clinical nutrition, herbal medicine, homeopathy, physical manipulation and hydrotherapy are used for diagnosis and treatment.
Emphasis: Family medicine; acupuncture; botanical/herbs; clinical nutrition; pain management; rheumatology; gastrointestinal; homeopathy; women’s health; weight loss; nutritional IV therapy