Using the example of Integrative Medicine, Claire talks with Dr. Aman about her story of adapting multiple disciplines to engage and solve old problems.
Dr. Ayesha Aman, MD, is the owner and creator of the RESTORE Center for Integrative Medicine. Dr. Aman’s objective is to help transform the way medicine is practiced and bring lasting health to her patients.
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