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Dr. Aimie Apigian

Dr. Amie Apigian, MD is a Board-Certified Preventive Medicine and Functional Medicine physician with a double Masters in Biochemistry and Public Health.  She currently resides in Temecula, CA where she practices Addiction Medicine, is medical director of NAD Treatment Center and runs a concierge medical practice focused on optimizing the biology of the nervous system through the use of cutting edge approaches including peptides, NAD, ketamine, somatic trauma therapies and functional medicine principles. She founded Trauma Healing Accelerated and Family Challenge Camps to expand her  work with individuals and families to accelerate the healing journey from trauma and attachment issues. By working with the biology and helping rewire the nervous system for connection, safety, and growth, she helps her patients and clients move from attachment and trauma to their best health and their best selves.
She is so excited to bring together these leading experts in physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual wellness to help you reach your next level of optimization. Her inspiration for this Bio-Optimize Summit is knowing first hand how life’s challenges impact the nervous system and then result in physical, mental and emotional compromises. She has been challenged through adopting a foster son, experiencing sports fractures and concussions, perfectionism and work burn-out, and has been diagnosed with chronic fatigue with high autoimmune markers. Not willing to accept limiting factors for her son and then herself, she found new ways to work with the body to optimize the nervous system and its rewiring to allow new levels of health and aliveness than ever before. She is excited to share this information on what targeted and intentional bio-optimization of the nervous system can do for you. 
When not doing what she loves with her work, she’s usually biking, rollerblading, traveling the world with her sister, or building her Ranch and Treatment Center in Central Mexico.