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Dr. Saleeby is a graduate from the Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, Georgia and completed post-graduate training at East Carolina University School of Medicine in Greenville, North Carolina.  He pursued a career in emergency medicine (EM) for almost two decades. During his career in medicine held posts in occupational medicine (DOD) and Urgent Care and Family Medicine.  Currently, he practices Integrative & Functional Medicine at Carolina Holistic Medicine with sites in the Southeastern USA.

Retiring from the Emergency Department in 2013, and after serving as past medical director for the South Carolina Urban Search & Rescue Task Force-1, his focus is now on Functional Medicine, research and development of healthcare delivery models. He is a member of ILADS (International Lyme and Associated Disease Society), an organization that understands and treats Lyme disease and associated tick-borne chronic illness. He has also an active member of IFM (Institute for Functional Medicine) and has been a member of A4M, ACAM and the American Telehealth Association.

Dr. Saleeby sits on the medical advisory board for both the Aerobic & Fitness Association of America, and Beachbody (P90X, Shakeology). During the past decade, he has formulated original sports enhancement supplements for several companies. He also created and developed a direct access lab testing site for the general public ( and co-founded

In 2006 Dr. Saleeby authored a book on specialty medicinal herbs entitled: “Wonder Herbs: A Guide to Three Adaptogens” (Xlibris, 2006) and is a featured speaker on nutrition and adaptogen herbs in the region. He has been a contributing editor for American Fitness magazine for many years, and has contributed a chapter in the Life Extension Foundation’s 5th Edition "Disease Prevention & Treatment" tome (2013). Dr. Saleeby authored a chapter in a book on Hypothyroidism "Stop the Thyroid Madness, II" (2014). Dr. Saleeby also received his Press Credentials as a journalist/writer for AMD in…

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