Dr. Shelly Sethi is a board certified family physician with an emphasis on integrative and functional medicine.  

I believe that health is a journey and manifests through a balance of nutrition, environment, community, spirituality and physical movement.

As a result of my own educational and life journey, I’m thrilled to be able to offer you the best of integrative medicine; and to design a program of healing and wellness that will be just right for you.  

My own journey began at a young age with meditation, when I experienced the profound effect it had on my mindset and outlook. In college, I read Dr. Andrew Weil’s books relating nutrition and stress to health and disease. When my father was quite suddenly in dire need of cardiac bypass surgery, I began to wonder about how his situation could have been prevented. I enrolled in osteopathic medical school, because one of the main tenets of osteopathy is that the body has the capacity to heal itself.

I practiced in conventional family medicine for over 15 years, but felt frustrated by the lack of time to talk to my patients about the things that really matter and to provide them with the tools they need to make real and sustainable changes in their health. I decided that I wanted to practice a new kind of medicine.  

Today, I and my team, including a health coach and culinary instructor, are here to guide and support you in achieving a balanced, healthy life.

I am so grateful to be able to offer you the experience of personalized medicine, and to invite you to join our community.

Education

  • Osteopathic Medical Degree, Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Integrative Medical Degree, University of Arizona (with Dr. Andrew Weil)

Certifications & Continuing Education

  • American Board of Physician Specialties, board certified in Integrative Medicine
  • Institute of Functional Medicine
  • Botanical and Herbal Medicine Studies (with Dr. Tierona Low Dog)
Dr Sethi is a breath of fresh air. It is a relief to have a doctor who is so invested in treating the whole person. I greatly appreciate the positive impact she has made on my health and lifestyle.
— Amy H.
Shelly Sethi, DO