Alan J. Sault, MD seeks in his work to integrate the resources of traditional western medicine and holistic healing. He brings to his work thirty seven years experience in emergency and family medicine, and is a founding diplomate of the American Board of Holistic Medicine.
He believes in the primacy of a doctor/patient partnership founded on trust and mutual respect. He brings together the wisdom of ancient healing with the practice of contemporary healing arts within the totality of mind, body and spirit, to create healing and prevent dis-ease.
Education and Experience
Doctor of Medicine and Surgery
University of Rome, Italy.
Bachelor of Arts
Hofstra University, New York
Internship St Anthony’s Hospital
Residency in Emergency Medicine Chief Resident x 2 years
North Carolina Baptist Hospital, Bowman Gray School of Medicine (Now Wake Forest University Medical Center)
Assistant Clinical Instructor
Bowman Gray School of Medicine (now Wake Forest University School of Medicine) 1976-88
Physician Emergency Department
Forsyth Memorial Hospital, Winston Salem, North Carolina, 1976-87. The average flow was about 200-225 per day
Winston Salem, North Carolina, 1976-1998
Physician and Director
Kernersville Immediate Care, an immediate care walk-in clinic, 1987-90. Average flow 60-80 per day. Director and President.
Physician and Director
Oldtown Immediate Care, Director and President, 1988-2002. This was begun as an immediate care walk-in clinic, and expanded to include family practice. Average flow 42-50 per day.
Holistic Medical Phsician
Private practice 1998-2013.
Physician and Medical Director
Radius Wellcare of Sarasota. January 2006
Author: Emotional Vampires and Your Hormones: an holistic physician’s view of how stress affects you well-being and what you can do about it.
Advanced Cardiac Life Support
Pediatric Advanced Life Support
Current continuing education
Certification for HIV/AIDS, Domestic Violence and Blood-borne Pathogens
- North Carolina
Medical Review Officer (1992-2002)
Founding Diplomat of The American Board of Holistic Medicine, 2000
- American College for the Advancement of Medicine
- American Holistic Medical Association
Chelation Proficiency Exam May, 2002
“Studies in the Modification of Acid-Base Equilibrium and the Concentration of Hypotonic Ocular Substances.”
Publication and Published Articles
“PID Treatment in the Emergency Room”, Journal of Emergency Medicine, 1975.
“Vitamins, Botanicals and Supplements”
“Andropause: Hormonal Changes for men”
“Superwomen and Stress”
“Absorption: The Forgotten Factor in Eating Well”
“Testosterone: The Truths and Myths”
Ongoing medical education
Grand Rounds in emergency medicine at Wake Forest University Medical Center School of Medicine until December 2002. This allowed me to keep up my skills and also contribute to the residents’ education.
Update on COPD and Migraine 11/2004
The Role of Neurotransmitters in Shaping Depression 2003
Primary Care +Emergency Medicine 2003
Nutritional Approach to Autism 2003
Integrative Approach to T2DM 2003
Holistic Approaches to Lipid Management
Florida Domestic Violence Requirement 2013
HIV/AIDS Epidemic Update for Florida 2012
The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine 2003
Nutrition and disease prevention 2003
Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation 2008
Stress Management and the Adrenal Gland 2008
Speaking I have addressed various groups about nutrition, leaky gut syndrome, alternative therapies to HRT (to Sara Lee-Hanes) and on celiac disease (to the Celiac Society).
Pellet Therapy and Insertion (2004)
Malabsorption YMCA 2004
Hormone Replacement Therapy
Anti-Aging Jan. 2005
Leaky Gut Syndrome Jan 2005
Born June 13, 1943
Married 46 years
- Martial Arts (several different arts) 2nd degree black belt in Kyokushinkai karate
- Trumpet-jazz and classical
- Body building, yoga, dog training