Anita Sadaty, MD

Highlights


Experience

Prior to completing residency, Dr. Sadaty spent two years in research at the Rockefeller University Department of Biochemistry and at Cornell University Medical College Department of Surgical Research. She is co-author on a research publication on diabetic wound healing published in the Journal of Surgical Research, 1991. In 1998, she presented a clinical research study completed during her residency training at the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology annual conference regarding the relative effectiveness of various labor induction agents.

She joined Great Neck Obstetrics and Gynecology in l998, a group specializing in all aspects of women's health care, offering a comprehensive range of gynecologic, obstetrical, radiologic, and aesthetic services to suit women's growing healthcare needs. Although the practice provides a wide array of traditional medical services, Dr. Sadaty has developed an interest in alternative medical practices to address the needs of an emerging patient population that prefers a more integrated approach to medical care.

She is currently incorporating a branch of integrative care called functional medicine as an integral part of her gynecologic practice. (Functional medicine attempts to identify and address the root cause of disease rather than simply reduce symptom expression with the use of medications). She is opening her new practice for Integrative Gynecology called Redefining Health Medical in Roslyn, NY, to focus on a more integrated approach to women's health issues.

Education

Dr. Sadaty attended medical school at Cornell University graduating with honors as a member of Alpha Omega Alpha in l994 and completed her residency in obstetrics and gynecology, as well as chief resident at North Shore University Hospital in 1998. She is currently completing her certification in functional medicine through IFM (the Institute for Functional Medicine). She completed her certifications in functional medicine training at the Kalish Institute in 2014 and at the Kresser Institute in 2017.