Dr. Michele L. Neil-Sherwood
Michele L. Neil-Sherwood, Doctor of Osteopathy (DO), has had a successful private practice since 2002. In her and Dr. Mark’s private practice at the Functional Medical Institute, she adopts a whole person approach, which is outcome based looking at each individual’s unique needs. Her aim is to obtain the highest level of function and maintain it through a multi-disciplinary collaborative approach.
Dr. Michele has been certified and trained through Cenegenics, BioTE Medical, Metagenics, Helm’s Medical Institute, and AMMG and provides the following medical services: Age Management Medicine, Naturopathic and Functional Medicine, Acupuncture, First Line Therapy, Lifestyle Coaching, Certified in the Kettlebell Functional Movement Systems, and provides soft tissue modalities of Osteopathic Manipulative Therapy.
Dr. Michele understands the importance of nutrition, medical food & supplementation, exercise prescription, rest, stress management, hormone balance and the Functional Movement. Dr. Michele has an extensive fitness and athletic background: Martial Arts (brown belt- Judo, Black belt Tae-Kwon-Do), Strength Training/Bodybuilding (multiple state and national titles), Russian Kettlebell System (RKC Certified, CK-FMS Certified, Primal Move Certified) and Iyengar Yoga Methods.
Dr. Michele’s Education
- Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine from the OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine
- Board Certified Internist: Internal Medicine Residency at Tulsa Regional Medical center, Tulsa, Oklahoma
- Board Certified Sports Medicine: Sports Medicine Fellowship through the University of Tulsa
- American College of Osteopathic Internists
- Pre-medical program at the University of Tulsa – Undergraduate Biology
- Served on the advisory board at Southcrest Medical Hospital
Dr. Michele’s Awards & Achievements
- Janet M. Glascow Memorial Achievement Citation
- Academic excellence award 2002
- Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society top graduate 2002
- The Excellence in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine Award 2002
- The Internal Medicine Department Award 2002