Hi! I'm Dr. Stacey Devine
I am a conventionally trained family physician with over 20 years of experience. While I loved seeing a variety of people and treating diverse conditions, I became tired of the "pill for every ill" approach. I wanted to gain more tools to incorporate nutrition and lifestyle into my treatment plans and learn more about non-pharmaceutical treatment options. This led me to complete the two-year University of Arizona Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine fellowship as well as become board certified in Lifestyle Medicine. I wanted to have the most in-depth training to be able to provide an evidence-based approach that draws from the best of conventional, integrative, and lifestyle medicine.
Interest in Oncology
I started my own integrative medicine practice in 2017. I love having time to get to know my patients and help them truly heal and not just mask symptoms. I became interested in integrative oncology during my fellowship. Being diagnosed with cancer is life-changing and oftentimes associated with so many questions about your health. It can be overwhelming to have to do your own research and not know if you are getting accurate information. My hope is to help you feel empowered! I want you to know what you can do every day to feel your best, reduce your fear of recurrence, and truly THRIVE.
Why I Created an Online Course
As an experienced physician in family, integrative, and lifestyle medicine, I saw a need for a comprehensive and evidence-based program that could help breast cancer survivors reduce their risk of recurrence and improve their quality of life. I created this online course to provide survivors with the tools and knowledge they need to thrive after breast cancer.
My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style.
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There is so much misinformation about cancer online. I want to share evidence-based information about breast cancer survivorship that you may not be getting from your oncologist.