Azadeh Nasseh, MD - Internal Medicine

Azadeh Nasseh
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“We know a patient’s physical health is not separate from their psychological health.”

Dr. Azadeh Nasseh knew she wanted to be a doctor from a young age. “Medicine always fascinated me and even now I am always excited by the art of making a new diagnosis and building long-term relationships with my patients,” she explains. “I love helping patients with all their different health issues.”

In her Internal Medicine practice, Dr. Nasseh always strives to treat her patients in a holistic manner. “We know a patient’s physical health is not separate from their psychological health. So, I would like to take that into consideration, similar to their relationships with their family and community, their socioeconomic status, and their cultural and religious beliefs, since each of these can play an important role in one’s health and wellbeing. I think these all need to be looked at and respected when one is providing care to any individual patient.”

Dr. Nasseh has long had a special interest in women’s health. “I’m always excited to bring high quality care to women” she explains. “I previously worked at Boston Medical Center’s Women’s Health Clinic, treating a variety of health problems related to women. One area of interest for me is counseling women who have an elevated risk of breast cancer, and helping to provide the kind of care that they need to reduce that risk.”

One of the most common problems that Dr. Nasseh treats in her practice is obesity. “It’s really the leader for a lot of medical problems in both younger and older people,” she explains. “That’s why it’s important to treat obesity as one overriding illness that can lead to a lot of other illnesses, including metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes and polycystic ovary syndrome. PCOS is the most common endocrine disorder in women of child-bearing age and can cause infertility. I like to use a multidisciplinary approach to treating obesity which is the best way to help people achieve their goals and improve their health.”

When she is not busy helping patients, Dr. Nasseh enjoys being out in nature including hiking and snowshoeing. She also enjoys cooking new recipes, spending time with her family, reading, and listening to jazz and classical music.

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