Meet the Lifestyle Medicine Clinic's multidisciplinary team of clinicians.
Dr. O’Donnell is the Director of Lifestyle Medicine and a medical oncologist in the Multiple Myeloma Disease Center at the Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. O’Donnell’s interest in exercise intervention and lifestyle medicine is born out of her own passion for athletics and personal health. As an undergraduate at Yale University, Dr. O’Donnell was a Division I All-American in the sport of lacrosse. At MGH, she works to empower cancer patients to reach their optimal level of wellness before, during, and after cancer treatment. Her focus is on lifestyle interventions including regular physical activity and healthy diet to improve cancer outcomes.
Dr. Millstein is an Assistant Professor and clinical health psychologist with the MGH Behavioral Medicine Program. Her clinical work includes the use of mind-body approaches and evidence-based strategies for managing stress/anxiety, depression, weight, and health conditions. Her research focuses on developing physical activity and diet interventions for disease populations including cancer and prevention. She enjoys running, triathlons, dog walks, and hot yoga.
Loren N. Winters, ANP-BC, OCN, RYT, AHC
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Loren Winters is an oncology nurse practitioner in the MGH Center for Breast Cancer. She specializes in cancer survivorship particularly in healthy lifestyle behaviors and the use of integrative therapies for self-care. Loren is also an outdoor sports enthusiast, yoga teacher and an Ayurvedic Health Counselor.
Carol E. Sullivan, MS, RD, CSO, LDN
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Carol is a Registered Dietitian with more than 15 years of experience in the field, including more than a decade practicing as a Certified Specialist in Oncology Nutrition at MGH as a Senior Clinical Dietitian. Her pragmatic and individualized approach to nutrition has helped many thrive through the challenges of cancer diagnosis and treatment and the often-confusing time after treatments. She is passionate about helping people feel better through eating healthy food and movement. Carol competed as a collegiate division I athlete and now enjoys yoga and the comradery of group running, having completed 13 marathons including 8 Boston Marathons, countless races and dabbling in the ultra-distance.
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Dr. Knowlton is the Assistant Director of Cancer Rehabilitation in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and sees patients at Massachusetts General Hospital and Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital. She is a physiatrist specializing in cancer rehabilitation and treats patients at all stages of diagnosis, treatment and survivorship to address functional impairments, pain and quality of life. Dr. Knowlton is an avid skier and is passionate about improving fitness and functional independence in her patients.
Jessica Riggs Garton, PT, DPT, OCS, CLT
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Jessica Riggs Garton is a physical therapist at Mass General Hospital working primarily in oncology and pulmonary. Jessica believes in the benefits of exercise and works with patients in different stages of their disease to help them improve their endurance, overall function and quality of life. Jessica has worked at Mass General Hospital for over 12 years where she has been recognized as a Clinical Scholar, and became a certified lymphedema therapist in 2014. Jessica holds a BS in computer engineering from Brown University and a doctorate of physical therapy from MGH Institute of Health Professions. Jessica enjoys playing on a ultimate frisbee team and training for endurance charity events.