Dr. Stegall has a true passion for providing the best cancer care for his patients. He practices integrative oncology, which involves combining the best of modern medicine with natural therapies.
This advanced form of cancer treatment, Dr. Stegall believes, should be safe, effective, and tailored to each patient’s specific and unique needs. As a result of his specialized form of medicine, and his compassionate personality, patients travel from throughout the country to be under his care.
Dr. Stegall has a bachelor’s degree from Clemson University, graduating with honors, as well as a master’s degree in physiology from Georgetown University.
Prior to starting medical school, Dr. Stegall conducted research on the doctor-patient relationship at Harvard Medical School.
After earning his medical degree from the Medical University of South Carolina, he completed his internal medicine residency through the Yale University School of Medicine, with clinical training at Greenwich Hospital and Yale New Haven Hospital.
During this time, he conducted rotations in integrative oncology and began developing his own unique approach to cancer treatment. Following residency,
Dr. Stegall completed a fellowship in Metabolic and Nutritional Medicine through the Metabolic Medical Institute.
Dr. Stegall also has advanced training in integrative oncology through the International Organization of Integrative Cancer Physicians, and is a member of the Society of Integrative Oncology.
He also has continuing education through MD Anderson Cancer Center.