Our Mission Is To Offer The Highest Quality Care For All Of Our Patients, By Providing A Professional And Compassionate Experience, Combining An Innovative Approach To Treatment With Superior Expertise.
Dr. Hostetter is a nationally-recognized, board-certified, fellowship-trained anesthesiologist who built her career specializing in orthopedic and spine surgery with an expertise in regional anesthesia. She brings her expert needling techniques, along with her passion for innovative pain treatment strategies to the field of regenerative medicine, providing stem cell therapy in Seattle. After earning her MD from the UCLA School of Medicine, Dr. Hostetter completed her anesthesiology residency at Virginia Mason Medical Center. After residency, she was awarded the Moore-Bridenbaugh Regional Anesthesia Research Fellowship, where she honed her skill in pain management through training anesthesia residents and researching alternate ways to treat acute pain.
Kristal Olsen is a highly respected Licensed Master Esthetician and certified laser technician of aesthetics. Kristal has been working in the cosmetic medicine and anti-aging field for more than 20 years, specializing in laser, energy-based treatments. She has worked in many forms of aesthetic medicine including an organic naturopath med spa, and a cosmetic dermatology practice. Her passion for aesthetics began 25 years ago after personally suffering from melasma and seeking a solution. Kristal’s love for aesthetics is contagious. Her goal with every patient is to make a positive impact on the health and appearance of their skin so they can feel their most confident. She loves to educate patients about their skincare needs and takes pride in achieving beautiful results.
Deanna Mills, NP began her career in medicine as a Registered Nurse in 1994. After many years working in the ER, she became a Nurse Practitioner in 2014 to continue providing the highest quality care to her patients and their loved ones. In pursuit of holistic wellness, Deanna has always had an interest in mental health and its connection to physical health. For over two years, she managed the care of individuals struggling with anxiety, depression, PTSD, hormonal imbalance, weight gain, and the co-morbid conditions that go along with these in her internal medicine practice. In addition, she worked at a ketamine clinic to provide supervised care for patients affected by bipolar disorder, anxiety, depression, and PTSD. Throughout each of these experiences, Deanna has broadened her understanding of wellness and solidified her belief that the mind and the body are intrinsically related. Much of her recent work has related to these complex connections, which led her to certification in Lifestyle Medicine.