Dr Afraz Adam
MB BS 2004 South Pacific; FRNZCUC 2014
Dr Afraz Adam offers a wealth of experience across multiple medicinal disciplines, treating patients across Australasia. He is a Fellow in urgent care and has been actively involved in hospital medicine, emergency rooms and accident and medical clinics.
Dr Adam is an advocate of medicinal cannabis, believing that it has the potential to improve patient’s lives significantly through relief of chronic pain, anxiety, depression, insomnia, inflammation, diabetes control, alcoholism - and much more.
He promotes a holistic approach to medicine and believes that sound nutritional health, mental fortitude, exercise and evidence-based supplements are the solution to a myriad of modern day health issues.
Male / Tāne
1 March 2010
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