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Meet Dr. Page

As the founder of the Wisconsin Institute of Functional Medicine, Dr. Tracy Page is passionate about helping her patients expand their education and understanding of how to age well. With triple board certification by the American Board of Obesity Medicine, the American Board of Anti-Aging/Regenerative Medicine, and the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.

Dr. Page has over a decade of experience in her field. She has extensive knowledge in human performance optimization, sports medicine, metabolic and cellular medicine, and bioidentical hormone therapy.

Dr. Page’s Educational Background

Dr. Page possesses a master’s degree in Cell and Molecular Biology from the Washington University School of Medicine as well as a Graduate Certificate in Integrative Medicine from The George Washington University in Washington D.C. Additionally, she has engaged in two fellowships: Interventional Spine and Sports Medicine at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York and Anti-Aging, Metabolic, and Functional Medicine at the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. Dr. Page also showcases advanced education in Cellular Medicine and Peptide therapy as a founding fellow (FSSRP) of the Seeds Scientific Research & Performance (SSRP) Institute.

Her Reputation

Patients who entrust their care to Dr. Page do so with confidence. A diplomat of the Board of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Physicians, Dr. Page is recognized as a renowned physician in peptide therapy in the Midwest United States. Her background and knowledge allow her to transition effortlessly between the science and practice of medicine, and she has earned her reputation as the only woman physician in the Wisconsin area who possesses her level of specialized knowledge.

Dr. Page is the host of a podcast “Change the Way You Age,” which focuses on optimizing your body and brain. She shares insights from Functional, Cellular, and Regenerative Medicine that will genuinely change the way you age.

When not helping patients at the Wisconsin Institute of Functional Medicine, Dr. Page spends her free time with her husband, Doug, and his three children. She enjoys playing sports, golfing, and exercising. A lover of life and all it has to offer, she thrives when presented with the opportunity to help others harness the joy of simply being alive, healthy, and well.


Melissa is passionate about helping others achieve their wellness goals and feel their best. Her interest in the importance of health and wellness was sparked in high school when she took a human anatomy class. Since then, she knew healthcare was where she wanted to make an impact. Melissa is board certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center as a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP).

Melissa’s Educational Background

Melissa has been providing care and promoting wellness to patients of all ages for more than a decade. Her clinical experiences and personal values led her to pursue a career in functional medicine, allowing her to focus on patients as a whole and support them through multiple aspects, not just medicine. Melissa graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh in 2017. She continued her education and received her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree from the same university in 2022, in addition to her certification as an FNP.

Outside of WIFM, Melissa enjoys spending time with her loved ones and going on adventures with her husband to places near and far, including hikes at High Cliff State Park with their pup, Smoltz.


Amanda is passionate about helping individuals achieve their full potential by helping influence their daily decision making. Amanda has over 15 collective years of experience as both a Nurse and Nurse Practitioner, the majority of her tenure was spent at one of the largest Wisconsin Trauma 1 hospitals. Her passion for the functional side of medicine helps patients target the root cause of health issues rather than creating a dependency on pharmaceuticals.

AMANDA’s Educational Background

Amanda graduated in 2006 with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. After working at various small hospitals around Wisconsin and Iowa, she accepted an RN position at a Trauma I hospital in the Medical ICU. During her tenure as an RN, Amanda was accepted into Concordia University to pursue a Master of Science in Nursing- Family Nurse Practitioner. Amanda graduated in 2015 and accepted an APNP position with the Emergency Surgery team within the same Trauma I hospital. Helping very ill patients recover proved to be one of her most rewarding experiences as a medical professional.


Samantha seeks to target the root cause of health issues and looks forward to helping patients live their healthiest lives. She places a strong emphasis on wellness and disease prevention. She has a diverse background practicing as a PA in Urgent Care and Gastroenterology. Throughout her time practicing as a PA in these settings, she saw that not all patients achieved success with traditional therapies, which sparked her interest in functional medicine. In order to best optimize health and wellness, her goal is to find the root cause of an issue. Samantha has always been interested in prevention and is passionate about living a lifestyle she encourages patients to follow.

Samantha appreciates the opportunity to spend time with patients, listen to their concerns, and provide education. She believes building a trusting patient- provider relationship is key to success. It is important to her that patients are not only a part of determining a personalized treatment plan, but that they also understand the plan and have time to ask questions.

SAMANTHA’S Educational Background

Samantha earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Human Biology from the University of Wisconsin- Green Bay in 2014, while also playing Division I collegiate tennis for the university. In 2017, Samantha graduated from Concordia University Wisconsin with her Master’s Degree in Physician Assistant Studies. She is certified by the National Commission on Certification for Physician Assistants (NCCPA) and an active member of the Wisconsin Academy of Physician Assistants (WAPA) and the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA).

In her free time, Samantha looks forward to spending time with her family, traveling, playing tennis and golf, exercising, and trying out new restaurants. She is also a tennis instructor and has always enjoyed coaching.

Meet The Staff

Pursuing the mission of bridging the gap between conventional and holistic medicine, our team is dedicated to helping patients get to the root cause of their health problems. We seek to be your functional medicine partner, so you can truly feel years younger, lose the weight that has been bothering you, address and eliminate fatigue, clear your mind and improve concentration, and allow you to regain your vitality.

Meet our team!  Please know that we cannot wait to welcome you to our office, learn about your goals, and help you achieve the whole-body health and wellness you have been imagining. The team at the Wisconsin Institute of Functional Medicine is ready to help you feel better!

Callie Sprinstroth
​​Clinical Director

Emily Allen
​​Operational Strategy Consultant

Whitney Wenham, LPN
​​Clinical Nurse Manager

Caitlin Cotnoir
LICENSED ​​Esthetician/Laser Specialist

Grecia Barraza

Hannah Porter, LPn
​​clinical nurse

Meghan Clish, LPN
​​Clinical Nurse

Morgan Ladwig


Rhianna Smits, cna
​​Clinical nurse

​​Triage Nurse

Anna Myers, ma
​​Clinical nurse

Ashley bertrand