Senior Integrative Medicine Director
Dr. Nancy Gomez is the Senior Integrative Medicine Director at CAMP SoBe Well. She is also a Doctor of Chiropractic and licensed massage therapist. Dr. Gomez was one of the first employees hired by CAMP SoBe Well and has been with the organization since 2015.
Under the guidance of CAMP SoBe Well founder Dr. Patrece Frisbee, Dr. Gomez has assisted in developing the organization’s programming, protocols and procedures. Dr. Gomez has been assigned as the chiropractic provider and director at several of CAMP SoBe Well’s locations and assisted in the launching process of South Florida locations. Throughout her time with CAMP SoBe Well, Dr. Gomez has treated thousands of clients with substance use disorders and has been deeply touched by their stories. She is very fulfilled in her role as being the gate keeper to introducing clients to new approaches in managing stress, pain and anxiety through CAMP SoBe Well’s services and principles.
Dr. Gomez became interested in the human body and kinetics while studying theater. She deepened her knowledge of the healing modalities while in massage therapy school and later with Whole Health Chicago, the holistic medical office where she sharpened her clinical massage skills in pain management and fibromyalgia.
In 2009, she received her chiropractic degree from the National University of Health Sciences in Chicago. As a practicing chiropractor, she continued to integrate her massage knowledge with nutrition, rehabilitative exercise and chiropractic care. Dr. Gomez worked alongside a network of PCPs, orthopedic and pain management specialists as well as holistic practitioners.
“The clients that we serve with CAMP SoBe Well services have many compounding issues: pain, anxiety, depression, and severe PAWS. Alongside of these physical and mental issues are collections of spiritual fractures. As a provider who physically touches this population, I’m able to feel their physical ailments and treat them through the skills I’ve learned during my training,” Dr. Gomez said. “But my greatest joy is when I see the impact of touch, listening, love and compassion starting to heal some of those spiritual fractures. Gaining the trust of this client population is not the easiest feat, but when I do, I feel a sense of fulfillment that I am addressing a purpose deeper than my role as their chiropractic provider.”
Outside the office, Dr. Gomez enjoys spending time with her husband, Brian, and 6-year-old daughter, Mila. She is passionate about raising little Mila to be a strong, happy and good person. Dr. Gomez also enjoys listening to podcasts from NPR and other sources, Jazz music and getting massages.