Devorah Steinecker, D.O.

Over 30 Years experience as an adult Neurologist with special training in Pediatric Neurodevelopment and Osteopathic Cranial therapy.

557 Roy St., Suite 100, Seattle, WA 98109

206-523-5437

Dr. Steinecker

Neurologist with special training in Child Development and Osteopathic Cranial therapy

Seattle, Washington USA

Dr. Steinecker, Neurologist and Osteopathic Physician, has been interviewed for her original medical research by CNN and several other TV and radio stations,  She was featured on Good Morning America, as well as on the front page of USA Today and the NY Times and LA Times. In 2008 she was voted by her professional peers as one of “Seattle’s Top Doctors” in the Seattle Metropolitan Magazine in addition to being interviewed by KIRO News for her work of holistically treating ear infections in children.

In her medical practice, Dr. Steinecker emphasizes the importance of addressing all aspects of health, including emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual. “It is a gift to appreciate the best of all traditions, and to know when to reach for which therapeutic intervention and in what measure.” Her unique and highly effective approach to diagnosis and treatment integrates traditional Western Medicine, Osteopathic Medicine, Functional Medicine and additional specialty training in Neurology, Surgery, Cranial Osteopathy in addition to Pediatric Neurodevelopment, Nutrition, and Rehabilitation Medicine.

Past Accomplishments

Dr. Steinecker had a private practice in Neurology in Port Angeles, Washington for seven years before she went with her husband David and two sons to Israel. While there, she completed a two year fellowship in Developmental Pediatrics and pioneered an Osteopathic Cranial Clinic at the Spingold Center for Child Development, in Sefad, Israel.

After returning to the states, she spent four additional months training in Developmental Pediatrics at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Dr. Steinecker then returned to the Northwest in 1997 and opening her current practice emphasizing Holistic Pediatrics.

After graduating Phi Beta Kappa and Magna Cum Laude, Dr. Steinecker was honored with a National Institute of Health Research Grant at the University of Washington in Neurophysiology.

Dr. Steinecker held positions including staff and attending physician in Neurology and Rehabilitation Medicine Clinics at the University of Washington School of Medicine.  She was a clinical preceptor in Pediatrics, Neurology and Manual Medicine at Bastyr University Naturopathic College, and the Midwestern, Des Moines, Touro and Philadelphia Schools of Osteopathic Medicine.