Founder of SLO Health
Doctor of Osteopathy
Beth Israel Residency in Urban Family Practice
Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians
Board Certified in Family Medicine
Board Certified in Integrative Medicine
Drawing on her osteopathic and integrative medicine training, Lindsey provides primary care with a focus on optimizing wellness and addressing your individual concerns. She treats patients with a compassionate and open-minded attitude and is particularly interested in managing a broad range of women's health and pediatric concerns. She enjoys her practice as well as her time with her family on the Central Coast.
After studying anthropology and religious studies at the University of California at Berkeley, Lindsey practiced massage therapy and yoga therapy for 7 years. 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 medicine at Beth Israel Medical Center in NYC along with additional training in integrative medicine through a joint program with Andrew Weil's Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona.
Lindsey is certified through the American Board of Family Medicine, American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians and the American Board of Physician Specialities in Integrative Medicine. From 2013-2019 she served as the Director of Osteopathic Education at the Marian Regional Medical Center Residency in Family Medicine in Santa Maria, California and continues to serve the osteopathic profession through teaching and committee leadership.
Direct Primary Care
In a traditional primary care practice, doctors are paid based on how many people they see.
In direct primary care, instead of paying for each visit or procedure, you pay a monthly fee.