Dr. Faucette provides patient-centered medical care in a holistic manner focusing on preventive care and management of chronic medical conditions for the whole family-infants through adults. She treats patients with a compassionate and open-minded attitude and is particularly interested in managing a broad range of women's health issues from family planning to prenatal care. After studying anthropology at the University of California at Berkeley she then went on to earn her DO from Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Vallejo, California. She completed her residency in Urban Family Practice at Beth Israel Medical Center in New York City along with additional training in integrative medicine through a joint program with Andrew Weil's Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona. She is certified through the American Board of Family Medicine.? In addition to her background in osteopathic family medicine Lindsey draws on years of training as a massage therapist and comprehensive training in physical and manual medicine as an osteopath to address a wide range of concerns including: muscle spasms and strains, low back pain, upper back and neck pain, headaches, neuropathy, radiculopathy, pelvic pain, sinusitis, pre/post partum back pain, scoliosis,chronic pain ?syndromes, chronic fatigue, newborn assessments, infant feeding difficulties, colic, constipation, whiplash injuries, postural imbalances.