Dr. Sheba S. Roy, ND FABNO
Dr. Roy is boarded in the interaction between natural therapies, drugs and radiation in a cancer population, and is one of approximately 75 fellows of the American Board of Naturopathic Oncology practicing in the U.S. and Canada.
As a specialist in complementary care in oncology, Roy co-manages dose-limiting side effects of chemo and radiation and optimizes surgical outcomes using natural therapies that are safe and clinically evidenced.
Dr. Sruti March, ND
Dr. March helps you lose weight and gain energy by using the power of your fork. She understands how critical nutrition is to you living your best life.
She recognizes that the internet is swimming with advice about nutrition & natural supplements. In a world where everyone is an expert, it is difficult to know: what actually works? What is safe?
Dr. March designs individualized plans based on your health history and your nutrient needs so that you can take control of your health, feel empowered, and live well.
She earned her doctorate in natural medicine at Bastyr University, San Diego. She specializes in using nutrition to fight chronic diseases like autoimmune disease and cancer.
Patrece M. Lucas, MS, LLPC Therapist
Patrece is a licensed mental health counselor specializing in grief and bereavement, self esteem and body image, cultural sensitivity, diversity and inclusion, wellness coaching and social group counseling. She is the founder of Indigo Transitions PLLC and the social advocacy program, Coffee with a Counselor. Associates of Integrative Medicine has partnered with Indigo Transitions and is excited to bring Patrece's unique approach to our patients.
Ruth has worked in various roles within Oncology Services for over 30 years at Beaumont Health System, Royal Oak. She has served as educator, research coordinator, advisor, volunteer, counselor and advocate to hospital staff, cancer patients and their families.
Sarah Burrell, Administrative lead