We improve the lives of people managing common health conditions.
Our personalized self-care programs are easy to use and doctor-approved.
These days, care for common conditions is broken. When we feel unwell, we either go to a doctor to talk about a specific symptom, or we visit endless websites and review hundreds of possible treatments.
We are often left without solutions, because there's no single, trusted place to turn to for help.
That's why we created Goodpath. We provide you with integrative, personalized, self-care programs. You can feel confident that the program you choose includes a range of treatments proven to help you feel better.
Take a fast assessment that tells us about your condition and medical history.
Get a personalized, complete self-care program that explains how different types of treatments in your program can help you feel better.
Purchase your program with confidence, because everything we recommend is evaluated by our medical team for safety and effectiveness.
Share how it’s going when we follow up to ask if your self-care program is helping.
No two people are alike, so their care shouldn’t be, either. Your personalized program is created just for you, based on your lifestyle and health history.
Integrative means that Goodpath offers well-rounded programs that include Nutrition & Supplements, Fitness & Lifestyle, Mindfulness & Meditation, and Coaching & Guidance.
Every self-care program we recommend is reliable and has been doctor-approved. Physicians and pharmacists review the clinical evidence for every solution we recommend, so you can purchase with confidence.
Our Multidisciplinary Medical Team
Goodpath’s team of health care professionals represents a broad range of specialties. This means we can draw on many types of expertise when we create your personalized treatment program.
Our team includes generalist and specialist doctors, biomedical scientists, pharmacists, physical therapists, dieticians, and health coaches, each with extensive experience in the conditions they target.
Stephanie Gianoukos, MD, MPH
I am a Pain Management specialist who has practiced in the Greater Boston area for over 15 years. Before attending UMASS Medical School, I received a Masters in Public Health at Boston University and worked for several years for the Department of Public Health performing statistics and data analysis. I completed my residency in Anesthesiology at St Elizabeth's Medical Center in Boston and then my fellowship in Pain Medicine at the same institution. In my practice, I focus on multimodal pain management, which means I incorporate multiple modalities and types of medications in order to offer pain relief to my patients. I currently work for the Steward Medical Group running two of their Pain Centers and treating patients with acute and chronic pain.
Roukoz Abou-Karam, MD
I’m a physician with expertise in medical review and research. I currently serve as a postdoctoral research fellow at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA; and as the Associate Editor of WikiDoc.org, a collaborative medical encyclopedia for health care professionals. I earned my Bachelor’s degree from the American University of Beirut and Medical Doctor degree from the St. George's Hospital University Medical Center.
Joanna Gholmie, BS Pharm, MS
I am a pharmacist and outcomes research professional. I have practiced in retail and clinical pharmacy in Lebanon and Switzerland prior to attending graduate school and conducting health outcomes research at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (MCPHS) University in Boston.