About Salome Masghati, MD, FACOG
My formal medical training in minimally invasive gynecology allowed me to address complex surgical emergencies and medical cases in women with endometriosis, fibroids, pelvic pain and more. But what my training lacked was skills and tools on how to support those women beyond surgery. I wanted to know how to prevent the pain, fibroids, endometriosis, breast cancer, ovarian cysts from recurring or happening in the first place. I realized that patients needed more help resolving chronic conditions. It wasn't until I applied the principles of functional medicine that I fully understood that my care had to include all health aspects including lifestyle, nutrition, environment and mindset. I learned that the body is an ecosystem and to heal it you have to connect all the dots, not just treat symptoms. After doing a functional medicine training with Dr. Daniel Kessler and the Institute for Functional Medicine, I still desired more in depth understanding of health improvement. I gained this through the Balance Protocol Institute which was a significant addition to my training.
I truly love helping patients with resolving chronic disease, hormonal imbalances, infertility and particularly Women's health related issues. Now I practice a method that addresses the uniqueness of each individual and helps to empower them with strategies to resolve illness and disease instead of treating symptoms.
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Education and Training
University of Vienna, Austria
OBGYN Internship at UCLA, Los Angeles
OBGYN Residency at Adventist hospital White Memorial, Los Angeles
Minimally Invasive Gynecology Fellowship
University of Las Vegas
Board certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology
The Textbook of Clinical Sexual Medicine.
Chapter written by Drs. Andrea Rapkin, Salome Masghati, Tamara Grisales
Anti-N-methyl-aspartate receptor encephalitis in identical twin sisters: role for oophorectomy.
Comparative Thermal Effects of J-Plasma®, Monopolar, Argon, and Laser Electrosurgery in a Porcine Tissue Model.