About Dr. Soram

Board certified in Internal Medicine, Soram Khalsa, M.D., is a Clinical Professor of Medicine and past chairman of the advisory committee for the Environmental Medicine Center of Excellence at Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, Arizona. He is also a member of the Bureau of Naturopathic Medicine Advisory Council for the State of California and serves as medical director for the East-West Medical Research Institute. In 2007, Dr. Khalsa was chosen by his peers as one of the “Best Doctors” in America and serves in this capacity as a consultant for integrative medicine. Dr. Khalsa is a founding member of the American Holistic Medical Association, a founding member of the American Academy of Medical Acupuncture, and was a member of the Outside Scientific Advisory Board for the NIH-sponsored Center on Botanical Studies at the David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). In his private medical practice, he integrates phytotherapeutics, nutrition, homeopathy, acupuncture, and environmental medicine with traditional Internal Medicine.

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17 Responses to “About Dr. Soram”

  1. Hello.
    My wife and I suffer badly from CFS/ME. We seldom leave the house. We have read with great interest your book The vitamin D Revolution and think we may benefit from taking vitamin D. We are 67 and 68 years of age. Can you recommend which dose of the vitamin would be best to start with.
    Thank you for any help you can give us.

    Roddy and Linda Campbell
    Scotland, UK

  2. Enjoyed your informative book. I have had some very positive results recently from increasing my vitamin D. I was taking 40,000 units a day, just to see if there would be difference in my general health. I am 71, work part time at a women’s gym (Curves). After several months, my trigger finger symptoms disappeared. I know friends who had to have surgery to correct this affliction. I was quite thrilled with the results. I finally confessed to my primary care physician that was was taking that much with out consulting him. I was trying to get my count up to at least 80 from the 45 I tested at through the Grassroots Health Vitamin D study. My doctor was horrified and had me tested. I was at 190 ng/ml. Then he was even more horrified! I stopped taking the massive doses and he recommended 2000 units a day. I did not take any for several weeks and then started 5000 only twice a week. I had a slight trigger finger symptom and decided I do 5000 daily. I feel very strongly about this massive problem of D difficiency and tell all my friends about it and especially your book. Thanks for writing it!

  3. How can I buy your vitamin d3

  4. Dr Soram i just saw you on the Dr Oz show and i do hope that we can have more Doctors like you that will treat the cause and not just the symtoms when a person gets sick. I am from Markham Ontario Canada.
    thank you

  5. I saw your presentations on Dr. Oz today! I would like to know where to shop for your vitamin D that you developed. Thank you for your time and keep up the great work!

  6. I want to buy YOUR vitamin D – cannot
    fine it on website.

  7. I would like to review the vitamins – please advise as to where I can purchase the product. Thank you

  8. Where can I buy your viamin D

  9. I am trying to go to your link to the vitamin d store & the link appears to be broken.

    Please let me know how much a bottle of vitamin D is & how many tablets are in the bottle.

    Atma Nam Kaur

  10. Where can one get your vitamin D3,and why whenever I try to go to one of the websites that has you name it says ‘permission denied”?

  11. where can i purchase vitamin d-3 as referred to on dr oz i would like to get your product

  12. I would like to know where I can purchase your Vitamin D supplements? I am also interested in communicating with you about high blood pressure. I am on prescribed medication which I have been on for less than 90 days. I have been trying to find something natural but have been unsuccessful. I hope you can direct me what I need to do.

  13. Dr. Soram,
    I watch Dr. Oz nearly everyday and today I saw your interview. I agree 100% that food can change a person’s health but this is not heeded by americans. As a graduate nurse and want to continue help my mom who have about 5 co-morbidities, therefore, medications are not a question. My question is will supplementing her with 2000 IU every day be safe with her diabetic, thyroid, osteoporosis,and hypertension(HTN) medications? I think it would but I just wanted to confirm this so I can let her know. I look forward to hearing from you and plan to learn more from you as a new nurse, I will collaborate with physicians, anyway for my patients.

  14. I keep getting an error 403 forbidden everytime I click on anything to get to your store, or when I click on ask. Dr Soram or when I try to go to drsoram.com. Please help. I would like to buy your vitamin d supplement

  15. I really enjoyed hearing you on Dr. Oz on Friday. I am into natural medicine but is not disciplined enough. AM vegetarian. Reflux, allergies and lower back pain. I do exercise for 45 minutes at least 4 times a week. My concern is about my 47 year-old daughter who was diagnosed with lupus and gets 20 pain injection every month. I really do not think she has lupus – she is stressed and smokes a lot. Is also avictim of rape.

    I wish I could get a consultation for her and would try to sav for it. But good health seems to be very costly. Thank you for the advise.

  16. Saw on Dr Oz. Thank You….I am Vitamin D deficent & I learned alot

  17. I have bad back I have taken all kinds shots for my back and nothing has work but i am having A lot of leg pains on both and the doctor can’t figure it out i feel like a test case the doctor gives me pain med’s and diffrent med’s fro my leg pain maybe you can suggestion something I can try because to many med’s can hurt me I need help maybe hurbs can help hope you can help if you need to talk to me call 623-810-9081 thank you