Stacey Dault, DO
Dr Stacey Dault is board certified in sports and family medicine. Her clinical interests include non-operative sports medicine care, athletic injuries, sideline and event coverage, care of the female athlete, maximizing sport performance and nutrition, and preventative medicine.
Dr. Dault attended Arizona State University on a National Merit Scholarship where she was captain of the women’s bowing team and achieved academic all-American honors. She graduated summa cum lade with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management, a major that she chose with plans to pursue a career in sports medicine, knowing that knowledge of the business of medicine is important in addition to the science of medicine.
Staying in her home state of Arizona, Dr. Dault earned her doctorate of osteopathic medicine at Midwestern University’s Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine in Glendale, Arizona.
Dr. Dault completed her Primary Care (Non-operative) Sports Medicine Fellowship in 2015 at Andrew’s Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center (ASMOC) and the American Sports Medicine Institute (ASMI) located in Birmingham, Alabama. Through her training, she has had the opportunity to work in Division 1 collegiate athletic departments at Duke University and Arizona State University, as well as Samford University where she was one of the team physicians. Additionally, Dr. Dault aided the ASMOC team in caring for the Birmingham Barons, Double A affiliate of the Chicago White Sox and has been a member of the spring screening physicals team for the Oakland As and Chicago White Sox.
Following her sports medicine fellowship, Dr. Dault and her husband returned to the valley where she joined her residency’s hospital group as a primary care physician here, she worked to build a larger sports medicine program. She has served as team physician for Scottsdale Preparatory Academy and has provided high school football game coverage for Scottsdale Unified School District. Each summer, Dr. Dault is a volunteer physician for Camp Incredible, a program that works in association with Southwest Center to benefit families affected by HIV/AIDS. She is actively involved in medical education as a community physician lecturer for HonorHealth Scottsdale Osborn Family Medicine Residency, teaching basic x-ray evaluation and casting technique as well as other sports medicine-related topics to current residents. Dr. Dault enjoys her time as a competitive bowler, and has experience in amateur, collegiate, and professional competition.