Dr. Stacy Green is dedicated to your healing and wellness. Her care is individualized, innovative and integrative and she treats every person with dignity and respect. She is committed to a partnership between doctor and patient, helping guide you along your path to recovery.
Pancreatic cancer is an aggressive cancer that carries a poor prognosis. According to the American Cancer Society, the 5-year survival rate for patients diagnosed with pancreatic cancer is 9%. More research into treatment options is urgently needed. Investigations are underway to explore if medical cannabis fights pancreatic cancer. I have seen many patients diagnosed with…
The opioid epidemic was declared a “Public Health Emergency”, bringing with it a call for more education. Learning about, and understanding drug abuse, is an important part of recovery. Medication Assisted Treatment (M.A.T.) is the “gold standard” for opioid addiction recovery.
Dr. Stacy Green offers Telemedicine and Online Treatment Services to support patients that are unable to access addiction services in their local communities.
As the death toll rises from the current opioid epidemic, and the astounding statistics continue to garner more and more attention, healthcare institutions and doctors are quickly rewriting their opioid prescribing protocols.
Chronic pain is a symptom. To begin the path to healing, the root cause of your pain symptoms needs to be identified. Dr. Stacy Green uses an integrative and alternative approach to find the best treatment to help you get your life back.
Dr. Stacy Green offers an integrative approach to Addiction Treatment including Addiction Counseling and Medication Assisted Treatments like Suboxone.
Medical marijuana, as a complementary medicine, has emerged as an important new therapy that might help us in the fight against the opioid addiction epidemic.
Opioid withdrawal refers to the range of symptoms that occur after stopping or decreasing opioid drugs. Know the symptoms so you can stay safe and get help. There are ways to stop the suffering.