Dr. Steinecker's extensive training includes the fields of Neurology, Osteopathy, Surgery, Neuro-pharmacology, Immunology, Neurobiology, Bio-molecular Nutrition, Developmental Pediatrics, Electrophysiology and Diagnosis.
After graduating Phi Beta Kappa and Magna Cum Laude and serving as Chief Resident in Neurology at Wayne State University, she was honored with a National Institute of Health Research Training Grant at the University of Washington in Neurophysiology and Biophysics.
Dr. Steinecker has held national and international positions including Staff and Attending Physician in Neurology and Rehabilitation Medicine Clinics at the University of Washington School of Medicine, and in the Department of Pharmacology at Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit., and a clinical preceptor for multiple Osteopathic and Naturopathic colleges.
She was also the Director of Research at the Spingold Center for Child Development in the Government Hospital in Sefad, Israel. Dr. Steinecker also develop a model for the first Osteopathic Cranial Clinic at the Children's Hospital Child Development Unit, at the University of Colorado School of Medicine in Denver, Colorado.
Dr. Steinecker has authored several scientific papers on her original research, which she has presented across the country and abroad.
Dr. Steinecker’s unique experience and expertise as a Neurologist and Osteopath enable her to heal chronic and undiagnosed conditions that evade other doctors, such as crying babies and concussions.