Dr. Stacey Meisel, ND is a doctor of Naturopathic Medicine licensed in the states of California and Washington. She received her doctoral degree from Bastyr University in Seattle, WA. In addition to the hands-on medical training she received there, Dr. Stacey trained as a midwife and birth doula and enjoys sharing her knowledge as a childbirth educator. Dr. Meisel participated in an educational tour of German medical spas to study traditional and modern hydrotherapeutic techniques. The majority of her time in Germany was spent working with physicians at Klinikzentrum in Bad Sulza, treating dermatologic and pulmonary conditions. Dr. Meisel received additional training in Homeopathy with Dr. Paul Herscu, ND, DHANP, MPH at the New England School of Homeopathy. She also studied Cranio-Sacral Therapy for children as well as adults with Dr. Nancy Soliven, MD, DC and Dr. Faith Chistensen, ND. Stacey Meisel received her undergraduate degree from Boston University in Biological Anthropology.
Dr. Stacey Meisel is passionate about family medicine and enjoys treating patients at all stages of life. She is pleased to provide fertility counseling, vaccine consultations and pediatric cranio-sacral therapy in addition to general pediatric medical care. For adults, Dr. Meisel offers routine diet and supplement consultations or help with ailments including digestive issues, gynecologic problems, dermatologic conditions, hormonal imbalances, musculoskeletal pain and asthma. Dr. Stacey also excels at creating individualized weight loss, detoxification and stress reduction programs for her patients.
Dr. Meiselís Philosophy on Health:
As human beings, we exist as part of a much larger context in which our wellbeing simultaneously both influences and is influenced by our surroundings. Such things as the food we eat, the air we breathe, the water we drink, the behaviors we engage in, the interactions we have and the meanings which we derive from them all directly contribute to our health. It is when we become aware of these influences that we can make decisions that allow us to thrive in our life and contribute to a more life supporting environment.