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Dr. Sadaty provides individualized, personalized medical care that focuses on discovering the underlying factors that cause illness and uncomfortable symptoms.
As women became more knowledgeable about their bodies and their hormone health, we as practitioners needed to look beyond our limited, somewhat narrow focus on gynecologic diseases.
Dr. Anita Sadaty, Board Certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology and IFM Certified Practitioner in Functional Medicine on Long Island New York
Though formally trained as a medical doctor specializing in Obstetrics and Gynecology, I have deepened and expanded my training to incorporate complementary healing practices. The beauty of integrative medicine is its ability to take Western conventional medicine training, with its modern understanding of the human body and modern therapeutic techniques, and integrate it with ancient healing traditions and naturopathic practices.
55 Bryant Avenue
Roslyn, NY 11576
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Dr. Sadaty’s Share The Health is a bi-weekly series that provides health tips for women looking to live their best lives.
New Book! The Wise Woman’s Guide to Your Healthiest Pregnancy and Birth
By Patricia Ladis PT, CBBA with Anita Sadaty MD
The Quintessential Guide to a Calm, Connected, Healthy, and Strong Pregnancy
The must-have holistic resource for anyone about to embark on the journey to parenthood combining science, restorative breathing, movement, nourishment, and ancient wisdom from around the world
The Wise Woman’s Guide to Your Healthiest Pregnancy and Birth (January 2021, HCI Books) is the first book to combine evidence-based science, ancient wisdom, breathing, and lifestyle medicine, showcased in a joyful, holistic approach to preconception, pregnancy and postpartum. With the combined expertise of top-tier physical therapist Patricia Ladis, who works with superstar athletes, professional dancers, and celebrities, and highly regarded holistic obstetrician/gynecologist Dr. Anita Sadaty, this book supports women physically, emotionally, and spiritually, helping them to connect with their innate intuition while sharing the latest in science-backed holistic health information. With benefits beginning as early as preconception, readers will discover how to:
- Reduce inflammation, a key cause of health issues during pregnancy and postpartum
- Prevent injuries and ensure a smooth labor, delivery, and recovery with an exercise plan that’s been used by famous athletes and celebrities (with photos)
- Strengthen, lengthen, and stabilize your body safely so you can return to a better-than-before activity level
- Feel calmer and more connected to your baby using breathing techniques
- Nourish yourself and your baby with the best foods from preconception onward
When both members of a couple are calm, fit, and well-nourished—emotionally and physically–they are more likely to experience the journey to parenthood as the joyous and miraculous milestone it should be. Let The Wise Woman’s Guide be your source of strength, connection, confidence, and wisdom.
Pre-Order Today! The Wise Woman’s Guide to Your Healthiest Pregnancy and Birth
Attention: Covid-19 / CoronaVirus
Due to continued Covid-19 infections, we practice universal precautions to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus. We have office protocols in place to keep our patients and staff safe. We kindly ask all patients and families to follow all recommended safety protocols at home and when arriving for your appointment.
IMPORTANT: If you or a family member feels sick or has some mild flu-like symptoms (cough, trouble breathing, fever), please do not show up at our office unannounced. Instead, CALL 516-801-1313.
If a patient does arrive at our office with any flu-like symptoms, we will kindly ask them to reschedule.
Please immediately wash your hands when you arrive for your appointment. We would like to inform all families that we have always practiced “Universal Precautions” in our practice. This includes disinfecting all surfaces that we or our patients come into contact with. All instruments are heat and steam sterilized in an autoclave device, and all non-sterilizable items are discarded after a single use. Our sterilization procedures are designed to eliminate the cross-contamination of infectious agents that are much more virulent.
In addition, we deal with a very healthy patient population, unlike a hospital, nursing home, or even your private physician’s office. The chances of encountering an infected patient is statistically less in our office than at school or while out shopping at the mall.
We will continue to update our patients as the situation surrounding the Coronavirus evolves. As always, if you have any questions, please call our office at 516-801-1313.
We appreciate your assistance during this unprecedented time.
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If you develop emergency warning signs for COVID-19 get medical attention immediately. Emergency warning signs include:
» Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
» Persistent pain or pressure in the chest
» New confusion or inability to arouse
» Bluish lips or face
Please Note: This list is not all inclusive. Please consult your medical provider for any other symptoms that are severe or concerning.
Learn How To Protect Yourself With Dr. Sadaty’s Immune Health Cheat Sheet!
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