Cydney Wolf, DO
Dr. Cydney Wolf enjoys caring for patients throughout their lives. She believes that every person has unique needs and concerns and treats each patient as an individual. As a provider, she focuses on giving people the lifestyle and nutrition information they need to be their healthiest selves. She considers cancer, diabetes, and other health screenings to be critical to staying well and encourages her patients to keep up on these vital tests.
Dr. Wolf cares for adults of all ages but has a particular interest in helping patients navigate the aging process and grow old with grace and dignity. She has deep experience managing dementia and movement disorders such as Parkinson’s. She is also adept at navigating end-of-life discussions and collaborating with palliative and hospice care providers.
Dr. Wolf graduated from Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana, with a bachelor of science in cell biology and neuroscience and a bachelor of arts in Spanish. She earned her medical degree from Western University of Health Sciences in Lebanon, Oregon. She completed a residency in internal medicine at Mercy Medical Center in Des Moines, Iowa, and a fellowship in geriatrics at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland, Oregon. She loves sharing her knowledge by teaching medical school students and residents.
While Dr. Wolf grew up in a military family and lived throughout the United States, she considers Eagle River, Alaska, to be her hometown. Away from medicine, she enjoys hiking, skiing, cooking Mexican food, and exploring the Pacific Northwest with her husband.