Madiha M. Saeed, MD, ABIHM, is a board-certified integrative holistic family physician practicing in Illinois. She is a diplomate of the American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine and holds a diploma in homeopathy from the Center for Education and Development of Clinical Homeopathy. Dr. Saeed's enthusiasm is demonstrated in her numerous public speaking engagements and her growing international social media presence, as HolisticMom, MD. Her articles are regularly published in Holistic Primary Care magazine, which referred to Dr. Saeed as "an emerging voice for the next generation of holistic physicians." She has been featured in the Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine's member spotlight titled, "Walking the Talk: One Member Brings Holism Everywhere She Goes." Dr. Saeed is the Director of Education for Documenting Hope, a national organization dedicated to healing chronic disease in children, where she educates the public on healing and preventing chronic disease.
Impaired repair known as inflammation and loss of immune tolerance
known as autoimmunity have become endemic in modern societies. Dr.
Saeed's wise, caring, competent and evidence based approaches
deserve attention from both colleagues and clients. Much can be
gained by practicing these approaches to evoking human healing
responses and removing obstacles to recovery. -- Russell Jaffe, MD
PhD, CCN, Founding Fellow, Health Studies Collegium; faculty,
George Washington University Medical School; chairman and and CEO,
PERQUE (TM) Integrative Health; ELISA/ACT (TM) Biotechnologies and
MAGique BioTherapeutics (TM)
The Holistic Rx offers practical advice for the prevention and reversal of myriad chronic inflammatory conditions ranging from autoimmune diseases to mood disorders and everything in between. Dr. Saeed presents her prescription for healing in a funny, light-hearted and inspiring manner that is eminently readable. The Holistic Rx will leave you laughing out loud and feeling inspired to make the changes necessary to return to good health. -- Beth Lambert, executive director, Epidemic Answers and the Documenting Hope Project; author of A Compromised Generation: The Epidemic of Chronic Illness in America's Children