Stacie Seeram is Board Certified through the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants and has been practicing since 2007. In 2006, she received her Bachelor of Science degree in PA Studies from the City University of New York, graduating magna cum laude. While there she worked in outpatient Internal Medicine for 3 years before completing a Post Graduate Surgical Residency at Duke University Hospital, followed by work in a multispecialty surgery group in North Carolina where she spent several years in practice. A native Floridian, Stacie later returned to Vero Beach where she grew up and resumed a career in Surgery. She has operated in more than 12 specialties including spine, neuro, orthopedic and vascular surgery.
Stacie's professional organizations include the American Academy of Physician Assistants and American Academy of Pain Medicine. In 2020, Covid led her to a transition working in outpatient medicine. Always having a fondness for interventional pain management, Stacie then joined Interventional Spine and Pain Institute where she can continue to apply her expertise and skillset to delivering world class care to patients.
While working in the field of Primary Care, Stacie also took on an active role participating in several medical mission trips to Chiapas, Mexico. When not providing patient care, Stacie also finds a healthy work-life balance spending time with family and friends while traveling for fun.