You are now viewing our public site. Back to Dashboard


  • video_library

    1 Course

Staci Lyons


Staci Lyons has been a physical therapist for 20 years and currently owns a group of private practice outpatient orthopedic clinics in the state of Washington. She also serves as the Director of Lifestyle Medicine and Wellness Services for a local public hospital. Her practices specialize in the management of traditional orthopedic injuries and dysfunction, as well as the prevention and management of chronic diseases and lifestyle-related illnesses.

During her career, Staci has had the opportunity to teach for Great Lake Seminars on the holistic treatment of the foot and ankle complex and has given several seminars and community-based presentations on the impact of exercise and lifestyle modification on the prevention and progression of many of the most common diseases. She is also active in her professional affiliations including acting as a Key Legislative Contact for the Private Practice Section of the APTA and serving on the PPS Annual Conference Workgroup.

Staci received her Bachelor's degree in Biology from Washington State University and her Bachelor's degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Washington.

verified Learn from Staci Lyons and 850+ other industry-leading experts.

Browse Plans

Courses with Staci Lyons

Browse Course Catalog

The Biomedical Vital Signs of Lifestyle Medicine

Presented by Staci Lyons, PT

The Biomedical Vital Signs of Lifestyle Medicine

Subscribe now, and access clinical education and patient education—anytime, anywhere—with video instruction from recognized industry experts.

Lifestyle medicine is a branch of medicine focused on the research, prevention, and treatment of disorders caused by lifestyle factors such as nutrition, physical inactivity, and chronic stress. Vital signs are a critical component in the medical model of care. To facilitate change, a clinician must be able to know the measurements that objectively document the condition and use those measures as a benchmark for evaluating the success of the intervention. In this course, we will evaluate the key components of assessing lifestyle related disorders and illnesses and recommend key measures that can be integrated into the therapy evaluation and treatment design.

View full course details


Start any course for free!

Get access to the first chapter of all 2600+ courses when you create a free account.

Sign Up for Free

Sign up to get free evidence-based articles, exclusive discounts, and insights from industry-leaders.

Request a Demo

For groups of 5 or more, request a demo to learn about our solution and pricing for your organization. For other questions or support, visit our contact page.

Contact Sales

Fill out the form below to learn about our solution and pricing for your organization. For other questions or support, visit our contact page.