Meet Dr. Stacey Robinson, Concierge Functional Medicine in St Petersburg, FL | http://www.robinsonmed.com
In 2008, she opened Robinson MD so she could care for patients in a more thorough, individualized way. Their mission is to empower and inspire you to achieve your best health. Dr. Robinson is board-certified in Family Medicine and Integrative Medicine. She is also a member of the Institute for Functional Medicine and the American Academy of Private Physicians.
Phone: (727) 346-8577
200 Central Avenue, Suite 810
St. Petersburg, FL 33701
Recently, Dr. Robinson released her new book entitled, Road Map to Health. Download over 25 of Dr. Robinson’s favorite clean eating recipes for free with your book purchase — https://www.roadmap2healthbook.com/
Inside the new book (available here: https://www.roadmap2healthbook.com/), Road Map to Health offers proven health advice and resources and easy-to-follow steps that will help you to feel better, look better and live longer. You will learn:
- How to incorporate the 3 most powerful components of optimal health into your busy life.
- Which essential resources you need at your fingertips to make the best health choices.
- How to prevent and treat disease and chronic illnesses without medications.
- Why your genes are not always your destiny.
Dr. Robinson was born and raised in Red Bluff, a rural town in northern California. When she entered undergrad at California State University at Long Beach, she only knew that she had a deeply ingrained need to care for people. After she realized that medicine was her calling, she attended Tulane University School of Medicine on an Air Force scholarship, graduating at the top of her class in 1996.
She completed her residency at Travis Air Force Base. Being a part of the Air Force was one of the best experiences of her life. She proudly served in the Air Force from 1996-2003, serving as medical director of the MacDill Primary Care Clinic, caring for our troops, their families, and retired service members.
After her service, she worked in various practice types, all pressuring doctors to attain quantity over quality. Over those years, she came to the sad realization of the futile way in which she was practicing medicine – not enough time with patients leading to more medications and less true healing.
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