Dr. Nari Salim 

Dr. Nari is the staff resident Naturopathic Doctor at Nourish Healthcare. In addition to her doctorate,  Dr. Nari also has a Masters of Science in Acupuncture. 

Dr. Nari specializes in the Gut-Brain connection, working with patients suffering from mental/emotional health problems & chronic gastrointestinal disturbances. She works with patients suffering from chronic constipation, diarrhea, IBS, inflammatory bowel disease, celiac disease, SIBO, and connects these conditions to how the gut and brain interplay, often leading to mental emotional distress, thyroid disorders and other hormonal imbalances. She believes that to address and treat the root cause of disease, combining traditional Eastern medicine modalities including acupuncture, chinese herbology & botanical medicine, cupping, and moxibustion, with her traditional naturopathic and functional medicine training to ensure her patients are able to get a truly wholistic approach. 

In addition to seeing her own patients Dr. Nari is currently available for
  acupuncture & cupping appointments for Dr. Robinson's patients.  She uses acupuncture to help boost our cancer patient's immune system, combat neuropathy, and assist with fertility, as well as cupping; an ancient chinese technique that can be used to reduce lymphatic swelling. 


Appointments with Dr. Nari can be made by calling our receptionist, or directly online HERE 


 -Over 10 years of medical training-

  • Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine 

    • National University of Health Sciences

      • Salutatorian​

  • Master of Science in Acupuncture 

    • National University of Health Sciences

  • Bachelor of Science - Exercise Physiology  

    • ​​Montclair State University​​

      • Nutrition & Psychology minors

  • Certified in IV Infusion

    • Chicago School of Phlebotomy

        In Her Spare Time...
         -Dedication to change-

  • Dr. Nari is passionate about changing our healthcare system. She is working with the Illinois Association of Naturopathic Physicians to advocate for increased access to naturopathic medicine in IL. 

  • When she is not in the office, Dr. Nari spends her time cooking healthy and local foods, studying oriental medicine, and spending time with her partner, who is also a natural healthcare provider. 

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