Integrative Medicine

Who Am I?
I’m Stefanie DeFiglia, FNP-BC, a family nurse practitioner.  I received my clinical
training at the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing in Baltimore, MD.  I have been practicing for over 14 years, first in community health in Washington, DC, then in long term care facilities all over Maryland.  I have always loved my patients, but I became increasingly frustrated with the lack of time, the excessive paperwork, and the focus on treating symptoms with “band-aid” approaches.  Functional medicine was the solution I was looking for, as it provides a completely different way of thinking about health and illness. It allows for me to think broader and see the connections between seemingly unrelated problems. It allows me to dig deeper, to locate the underlying causes of dysfunction, rather than just writing another prescription. I now have extensive training through the Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM), the global standard in functional medicine training. My training focus has been in energy, hormone balance, and brain health.

Who do I work with?
I have a special interest in fatigue, exhaustion, and burnout. I also work with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and hormone issues of all kinds, including thyroid conditions, adrenal health, and menopause. As a micro-practice with very little staff support, I am seeing patients on a fee-for-service, or cash basis only. In return, you can expect completely individualized, patient-centered care.  Please note: at this time, I am not able to see Medicare patients.

What is the Process?
1. Schedule a 90-minute Initial Consultation using the link below. Within 24 hours of booking the appointment, you will receive an email with a link to the functional medicine analysis.  SCHEDULE HERE

2. Complete Functional Medicine Analysis. This must be completed 3 days prior to the Initial Consultation. The analysis takes about 45 minutes to complete, and includes questions on current symptoms, past medical history, medication use, and life stress. Completing this prior to the initial consultation allows us to use our time effectively.

3. Initial Consultation. Please bring any prior testing or consult reports you would
like reviewed. Clients have as much time as they need to tell their story. We
discuss the functional medicine analysis, review prior testing, determine if any
additional testing should be completed, and set goals. Together, we will create a
treatment plan and a follow-up schedule that works for you.

Initial Consultation and Follow-up, $385
One 90-minute initial consultation
One 45-minute follow-up to discuss test results and review progress
Functional medicine analysis must be completed online 3 days prior to initial
appointment to allow time for clinician review

Follow-up Appointments, $135 for 45 minutes
Programs available for those requiring more intensive coaching and treatment.

Questions? Contact Stefanie DeFiglia, FNP-BC using the form below.