Lauren Marchefka is a Board-Certified Family Nurse Practitioner with a clinical focus on anti-aging, aesthetic, and regenerative medicine. She graduated with honors in developmental psychology and biology from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor in 2009. After working in genetic research, Lauren attended Duke University School of Nursing for her bachelor’s degree. She worked in the intensive care unit as a nurse while finishing her master’s degree in family practice. After graduation she became a member of Sigma Theta Tau, the international honor society for nursing.

During her time at Duke she became passionate about addressing all aspects of a patient’s health including emotionally and physically. She attended numerous trainings to learn how to combine conventional medicine with complementary practices to design custom treatment plans unique for each individual. Lauren specializes in platelet rich plasma (PRP) injections, stem cell therapy, aesthetic procedures, pain management, hormone therapy, and nutrition. She feels very blessed to have this opportunity to make a difference in patients’ lives.

I have been a patient at Integrated Pain for several years and I couldn't be happier with my experience. Every time you couldn't ask for a friendlier, warmer staff, who genuinely cares for your well-being. I never thought I would be able to get my chronic pain under control, but Dr. Smith has managed, what I thought, was impossible. My day to day well-being has improved tremendously, thanks to Dr. Smith and the Integrated Pain staff. Thank you !!!

William H.
Patient
Wednesday, April 3

I began seeing Dr. Smith in 2012 after years of lower back and sciatica pain my regular PCP was unable to help with. Dr. Smith and his team are excellent! Not only do they provide amazing State of the Art Facility, Dr Smith and everyone in his office really cares and it shows. Every time I see him, he lets me know about anything new that may help me. Highly recommend! One last thing. Dr Smith is the BEST at making sure you are comfortable and in the least amount of pain possible during procedures.

Amy G.
Patient
4/15/2019