As I have gotten older I notice that my mental attitude and my skin are not always the same age! I am looking forward to helping women like me to address issues of keeping our skin looking bright and strong to match how we are feeling inside.” She says that is hopes to help her patients “put their best face forward, so to speak.”
Currently an adjunct assistant professor at The Ohio State University College of Medicine and teaching classes since 1992, Dr. Stechschulte most recently taught physical diagnosis, clinical interviewing and medical ethics to first and second year medical students. She practiced Internal Medicine at University Hospital until 2003, and served as the medical director for the Stoneridge Office for three years.
In 2004 Dr. Stechshulte changed her focus to educating medical students. As a result she was able to spend more time at home, focused on family and raising her children.
She and her husband Mark, a Columbus-based Gastroenterologist, recently celebrated their 31st anniversary. The couple has two grown sons and three very spoiled cats. She enjoys traveling and exploring different countries, and especially visiting small towns within a country to get a true feel for the day-to-day life. When at home, her hobbies change with the season to include planting flowers in the spring, water sports in the summer, and crocheting in the winter.