• About Heather Finlay-Morreale, MD

    In brief, I went to college at Northeastern studying biology and behavioral neuroscience, worked for several years in research, veterinary medicine and teaching before attending medical school at the University of Cincinnati. I completed my residency in pediatrics at Tufts Floating Hospital. I am currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Massachusetts Medical School and a pediatrician in Sterling, Massachusetts (MA).

    I have a special interest and experience in treating the following conditions in children and young adults:

    • chronic fatigue
    • chronic illness
    • fibromyalgia and myofascial pain and amplified pain syndrome
    • chronic pain and migraine
    • small fiber neuropathy
    • POTS and dysautonomia (autonomic dysfunction)
    • dysautonomia in longhaul COVID (long haul, post-COVID)
    • nonverbal learning disability and Asperger (autism)
    • mood disorders including bipolar
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    I believe mental health is integral to physical health and strive to provide care for the whole person. 

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    I believe in some instances the body can heal itself and the best method is to support it with treatments and care that do not upset the delicate balance of a young child's system.

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    Top video is UMass produced interview.

    Lower video is my interview for PedChat - a interview program of innovative pediatricians.

  • Heather Finlay-Morreale, MD

    I am a pediatrician working in Sterling, MA. I am currently accepting new patients.

    Here is my resume: Linked In 
    Follow me on Twitter @finlaymorreale

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Zocdoc Reviews

Eric M.

Went very well, she asked a lot of questions an spent time with us.

Sydney S.

Very thorough.

Lucas B.

Great. It is alway's a pleasure to bring our son here.

Kate W.


Patience L.

Dr. Morreale is always thoughtful, respectful, engaging with the kiddos and makes sure that we've covered everything.

Amber M.

It went perfectly.