Get to know Family Nurse Practitioner, Naomi Fayzulayev, who serves patients throughout the State of Arizona.
Naomi is a board-certified family nurse practitioner. She is a firm believer of promoting health and wellness, and her passion is longevity, regenerative medicine, and medical aesthetics.
Naomi specializes in medical hair restoration, pain management, hormone balancing, sexual health, pain management, regenerative medical aesthetics, and holistic alternative therapy to treat her patients.
Naomi is also a successful entrepreneur. After experiencing the great benefits of alternative treatment options, she began her research on alternative, natural options to support health and find relief. Her research led her to CBD and after incorporating CBD into her own wellness regimen and experiencing the benefits herself, she wanted to help more people and their families realize CBD’s vast potential which then led her to co-found her own CBD company ZŪR Organics with her childhood best friend.
Throughout her academic career, she graduated with her Associates degree in nursing from Saint Vincent Catholic Medical Center School of Nursing in 2006. She continued her education and graduated with her Master in Nursing Family Nurse Practitioner from Walden University in August of 2021. She is dual board-certified as a family nurse practitioner by the American Nursing Credentialing Center (ANCC), and the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP).
Continuously advancing her efforts, Naomi is an active member of Empire Medical Training where she is continuing her growth and development in medical knowledge and skills.
When she is not running a business or seeing patients, Naomi spends time with her big, tight-knit family, including her loving husband, five kids and two goldendoodles. She attributes her success firstly to God and to her husband and children who are her greatest supporters.
Although she is often focused on work or family responsibilities, she always remembers to take time for herself. She is often up before the sun and uses these quiet hours for journaling, meditation, enjoying coffee and preparing for the day. Her “alone time” is vital for re-energizing both, mind, and spirit — and she often finds she can tap into her spirituality during precious, solitary moments in nature.
Learn More about Naomi Fayzulayev:
Through her online profile, https://todaysnurse.org/network/index.php?do=/4148398/info/, or through ZUR Organics, https://zurorganics.com/pages/our-founders