Our addiction treatment staff includes:

Dr. Daniel Sumrok

Medical Director, Integrated Health Centers

As Medical Director of Integrated Health Centers, Dr. Daniel Sumrok brings exceptional achievement and thought leadership in the field of trauma-informed treatment. Board-certified in both family medicine and addiction medicine, he is currently president of the Tennessee Society of Addiction Medicine. Also, he is a member of the faculty of the University of
Tennessee Medical School.

Dr. Sumrok grew up in Ohio and, at age 18, joined the United States Navy. He served on the crew of the USS Abraham Lincoln and became a Navy Hospital Corpsman. Following his Navy service, he earned a bachelor’s degree from West Virginia University and MD from Marshall University. However, throughout his training, Dr. Sumrok continued his military service as a Green Beret with the 19th Special Forces Group. Later, he served as a commissioned officer in the U.S. Public Health Service and Indian Health Service.

His interest in trauma arose from his work with veterans and active military. He was among the first to link addiction and chronic diseases of adulthood with traumatic childhood experiences. His research and clinical success have been widely acknowledged. His extraordinary medical career has included numerous faculty appointments and a 25-year family and addiction medicine practice in McKenzie.

At IHC, Dr. Sumrok and his medical team create a safe space for patients facing addiction to alcohol and opiates, trauma, anxiety, and disordered eating. Their emphasis is on integrating primary care and medically assisted therapies honoring an individual’s history and circumstances.

Away from professional life, Dr. Sumrok enjoys fishing, farming, and spending time with his six grandchildren at his lake home in McKenzie.

“The Navajo have a word ‘nizhoni,’ which means to walk in beauty or harmony. In order to do that, the physical and spiritual self cannot be separated.”

~ Dr. Daniel Sumrok

Michael Stahl, JD, MS, LMT

Chief Operating Officer, Integrative Health Centers

Michael Stahl is uniquely qualified to serve as Chief Operating Officer of Integrative Health Centers (IHC). He brings an extensive background in law, business operations and trauma-informed healthcare.

A native of Nashville, Michael graduated with distinction from Stanford Law School, earned a master’s degree from Vanderbilt University in Human and Organizational Development, and graduated summa cum laude from Georgetown University.

He began his legal career in Silicon Valley and later served as vice president of operations and general counsel for a biopharmaceutical company.

Michael’s passion for healing comes from within. At age 15 he suffered a fractured spine in a sports-related injury that left him with significant nerve damage and chronic pain. With the help of a determined team of doctors and therapists, he dedicated himself to learning how to heal. But 20 years later the pain returned at a time of personal stress. Again, Michael committed himself to healing, this time focusing on the mind, body, spirit connection. To better understand this link, he became a licensed massage therapist.

In 2015, Michael founded The Peregrine Center to treat clients and train healthcare professionals in the use of integrative therapies to address injury and trauma.

Michael is a frequent teacher and lecturer at medical schools and recovery centers. He is the author of Pilgrimage: a guide for the journey of injury and healing. At IHC, Michael combines his passion for healing with solid business acumen to help create a space where clients and practitioners work together to achieve physical, emotional and spiritual wellbeing.

Michael and his wife Heather are the parents of two young children. He loves cooking and running, including chasing after the family’s 180-pound English Mastiff.

“At IHC, we have an incredible opportunity to make integrative, trauma- informed care accessible to a large number of people and to show the tremendous healing that can come when we honor the mind, body and spirit of every client.”

~ Michael Stahl

Chandelle Binns

Office Manager, IHC Nashville

Chandelle Binns brings a unique blend of personal and professional experience to her role as office manager at Integrative Health Center Nashville.

A native of Nashville, Chandelle is a graduate of Belmont University. For over 20 years, she has worked in business administration, marketing, and patient care for behavioral health organizations. Chandelle combines her extensive knowledge of traditional treatment with experience in integrated and alternative modalities. She has worked in treatment facilities, including You Are Never Alone (YANA), The Ranch, and JourneyPure in Nashville. Chandelle’s work and beliefs are anchored in the mind-body-spirt connection. She has traveled widely, studying indigenous healing, yoga, and ceremonial work in India and other countries.

As an integral member of the IHC Nashville team, Chandelle offers a warm welcome and a compassionate appreciation of the healing journey. Her duties range from meeting with patients, families, and physicians to case management, marketing, and administration.

Off the job, Chandelle is a loving “mom” to Australian Shepherd rescue dogs Duke and Blue. She treasures spending time outdoors with friends, is an avid yogi, and loves to draw and paint.

“Having done my own healing work, my message to patients is that you can recover from trauma and enjoy a full and active life.”

~ Chandelle Binns