After completing her undergraduate studies summa cum laude in Biotechnology at Ferris State University, Dr. Fortin spent a year working in neurosurgery research at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit and became a published researcher. She developed a strong foundation regarding the most intricate processes of the human body at the cellular level and went on to earn her medical degree from Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit.
Dr. Fortin served as chief resident during her five-year diagnostic radiology medical residency at Henry Ford Hospital. It was there that she developed her passion for anatomy and integrating complex issues to help patients overcome health problems. Dr. Fortin finished her training at Harvard with an Abdominal Imaging and Intervention Fellowship at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital in Boston. She then practiced diagnostic and interventional radiology for another five years in Petoskey, Cheboygan, and Gaylord, Michigan.
Opening a regenerative medicine practice was a longtime vision of Dr. Fortin’s. With her extensive background in medical “detective work” and piecing together warning signs of accelerated aging, Dr. Fortin works to help patients heal and slow down the aging or degeneration process through advanced regenerative medicine approaches.