Meet Sue St. Pierre, DO
Board Certified in Family Medicine by ACOFP
Fellowship in Educational Leadership at USC
Current Adjunct Faculty at Touro University COM
Dr. St. Pierre is a 1991 graduate of the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine (UNECOM) and completed her Family Medicine Residency at Maine Medical Center-Brighton Campus. In her 20+ years of practice, Dr. St. Pierre has worked in a variety of settings practicing and teaching full spectrum family medicine, including rural community practices, Indian Health Service Clinics and Family Medicine residences. She has also held faculty appointments at UNECOM, Dartmouth Medical School and Tufts Medical School.
In 2015, she relocated from Maine to California. Along with seeing patients at 360-MD, she recently completed a documentary film on end of life care. In addition to her love of medicine and film, Dr. St. Pierre enjoys spending time outdoors with her teenage son and black lab, exploring all that California has to offer.
Dr. St. Pierre offers the following services:
Primary Care for infants, children and adults
Osteopathic Manual Medicine - skilled in a variety of techniques including Cranial, Muscle Energy, Counterstrain, Positional Release and HVLA.
Mind-Body-Spirit approach to treatment of dis-ease
“…As an osteopathic family physician, I truly enjoy taking care of all members of a family and specialize in seeing women who are looking for a more personalized integrative approach to medicine for their families. After years of delivering babies, I have a special interest in caring for pregnant women and newborn infants. It has been my experience that osteopathic manual medicine can relieve the structural imbalances which can lead to low back pain one experiences during pregnancy, as well as help newborn infants feed and sleep better especially after a difficult birth.” - Sue St. Pierre, DO