Dr. Eduard Fatakhov provides medical and natural care for a broad range of conditions at The Center for Internal and Integrative Medicine. Patients in Alpharetta, Georgia, can depend on Dr. Fatakhov to provide exceptional care.
As a board-certified physician, he has gained expertise in both internal and integrative medicine, along with nutrition and the prevention of health problems. He also has extensive knowledge of weight loss and women’s health, including bioidentical hormone replacement.
Dr. Fatakhov helps patients discover and address the underlying causes of their health problems so they can achieve optimal health. Each patient receives an individualized treatment plan that emphasizes disease prevention in addition to relieving symptoms.
He earned his Bachelor of Science in Nutrition from Life University, then graduated at the head of his class from the American University of Antigua School of Medicine. He also earned his MBA, which includes a concentration in health management, from Davenport University. After graduating, Dr. Fatakhov gained more experience during an Internal Medicine residency at Georgia Regents University Medical College of Georgia, located in Augusta.
His credentials include membership in the American College of Physicians and the Outstanding Resident in Volunteerism and Advocacy for the State of Georgia award. He also shares his internal and integrative medical knowledge and expertise with others as an assistant professor of Clinical Medicine at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta State University.
Dr. Fatakhov co-authored “The Doctors’ Clinic-30 Program” and contributed to “Internal Medicine -- The Survival Guide to Residency.” He’s a certified personal trainer, wellness expert, and nutritionist who spends his free time with family and friends. He also enjoys staying physically active, traveling, reading, and volunteering at The Healing Hands Clinic, located in Calhoun, Georgia.