As the daughter of Dr. George Ibrahim, I have been fortunate enough to witness the magic of Restorative Medicine since the inauguration of Biltmore Restorative back in 2013. Originally, I planned to pursue a career in biomedical engineering, however after completing several overseas mission trips my passion for medicine supervened. Following my time at UNC Chapel Hill, I pursued a post-baccalaureate year at the University of Washington in St. Louis, followed by medical school at Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine. I completed my residency training in Family Medicine at VCU in Richmond, VA.
My philosophy in practice is to treat each patient as a whole - encompassing mind, body, and spirit. I am passionate about Restorative Medicine in that, we can restore that feeling of greatness utilizing a more holistic approach that addresses all of these components. I feel that too often in today’s medicine, we aim to label a patient with a particular diagnosis and prescribe a corresponding medication without considering the underlying issue. Menopause and Andropause are real life-changing transformations that deserve more attention than typically given. My goal is to help patients achieve a sense of vitality, confidence, and overall feeling of excellence that they either once felt or have aspired for.
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