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About Us

We aren't just providers, we are parents too and we have been on both sides of care for complex kids. It is from our own frustration that we created a practice that parents can trust and progress can be made. All of our providers and staff are committed to providing the expertise you need and the compassion you deserve.



We specialize in helping families navigate the medical comorbidities of multiple complex disorders including autism spectrum disorder, connective tissue disorders, genetic issues, mitochondrial dysfunction, and more. 


We begin by gathering and analyzing each patient's medical history. Additional comprehensive testing is done as needed to fill in the gaps. This gives us the information we need to systematically identify and treat complex constellations of symptoms. Our goal is improved health and quality of life for all our patients.

We believe that the best, most comprehensive care happens when multiple experts in multiple disciplines work together on each case. This collaborative, individualized care approach paired with our unique framework for systematic medical investigation is why doctors across the country send their toughest cases to our clinic.



Dr. Dane Fliedner, M.D., MPH, FAAP, IFMCP, FMAPS, ABoIHM

Chief Medical Officer

Dr. Dane Fliedner, CMO is a board-certified general pediatrician with a diverse medical background before starting his functional medicine practice. He became interested in integrative medicine when his children were struggling with chronic illnesses that were not being adequately addressed by the conventional allopathic model. After seeing an integrative medical practitioner and seeing results for his children, he began his journey into integrative and functional medicine.


He opened Raising Sages Integrative Pediatrics in Southern California prior to merging with Rossignol Medical Center in 2018 to further expand his ability to care for complex, chronic medical diseases in children.


He is an Institute of Functional Medicine Certified Practitioner, a Fellow of the Medical Academy of Pediatric Special Needs (MAPS) as well as Board Certified from the American Board of Holistic, Integrative Medicine. He currently practices in a hybrid of an integrative, primary care practice as well as consulting with families for complex medical conditions including autism, asthma, allergies, gut imbalances and more.


Monica Cooke

Monica Cooke is a Board-Certified Family Nurse Practitioner and Registered Nurse. Monica has worked in the Medical Field for over 24 years. 

Before joining Lighthouse Complex Care, she worked as a Nurse Practitioner within pain management and nutrition and diet specialties. Her nursing background ranges from school nursing to newborn care/labor and delivery to oncology. Monica’s integrative approach combines functional and traditional medicines to address complex needs for total wellness.
Monica became interested in Integrative medicine while attending undergraduate school in the southwest. She was introduced to Dr. Andrew Weil and Reiki early on in nursing school, becoming Reiki II certified and knew that she wanted to integrate all modalities in her practice to focus on the whole person. She also is the mother of children with complex needs and as a parent provider, empathizes with seeking the best care possible for a child with medically complex conditions.
Monica is currently studying Herbalism and Functional Medicine.


  • Master’s of Science in Nursing—Wilmington University

  • Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing-- University of Arizona’s School of Nursing


  • Board Certification through the American Nurses Credentialing Center

  • ONCC- OCN (Oncology Certified Nurse)

  • ONS/ONCC Chemotherapy and Biotherapy Certified

  • Basic Life Support

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Dr. Sapna Muragali, MD, ABoIM, AFMCP

Dr. Sapna Muragali is a Board-Certified Family Medicine Physician.
​She became interested in integrative, holistic, and functional medicine when she had personal health issues herself and had to turn to complimentary modalities to guide her through her healing journey. She believes that true wellness and health can be achieved by everyone and that we all have the power to tap into our body’s tremendous healing powers with the right tools, support, guidance and believing in oneself.


Dr. Muragali believes in creating a therapeutic plan that is precise for everyone as we are all biologically unique. She has a special interest in lifestyle medicine, and optimizing cellular, immune, regenerative functioning and detoxification processes. She has also been interested in how our environment, including toxins are causing an imbalance in our ecosystems and how early life trauma can affect our ability to heal. Dr. Muragali also has a special interest in treating patients who have autism and PANS/PANDAS from an integrative approach.

In her free time, she looks forward to spending time with her daughter, dog
and husband. She enjoys her organic garden and listening to wellness and
spiritual podcasts. She also likes to sing and do yoga. She has recently
taken up an interest in qigong, breathwork and energy healing. She would like to eventually incorporate vagal nerve training to shift imbalances to a journey of healing. 


  • UHSA School of medicine

  • Family Medicine Residency St Luke’s

  • AIHM fellowship

  • AFMCP certified


  • Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine Fellowship

  • Medical Academy of Pediatric Special Needs fellowship (currently enrolled)

  • Professional and advanced training at the Center for Mind Body Medicine

  • AFMCP (Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice) certified

  • IFM certification eligible

  • Functional Medicine Hyperbaric Medicine certified by the International Board of Undersea Medicine and IV Nutritional Therapy


Dr. Brian Wise, M.D., MPH

Chief Psychiatric Officer

Dr. Brian Wise, CPO knows first-hand the struggles of being sick, as well as the hope of being healthy. When he was 6 months old, he developed severe asthma, eczema, and allergies. The summers of his youth were spent at a major academic hospital, where doctors sought solutions to his medical problems. He owes the life he has today to the innovative thinking of the medical team treating him. He crafted his patient-oriented treatment philosophy after these gifted physicians who were also creative and thought "outside the box" to meet the needs of their patients. 

Dr. Wise holds a Board Certification in Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatry. He has a love of medical knowledge and is consistently pursuing certifications and training in a number of specialty areas of mental health and medicine in order to provide the newest and most effective therapies to his patients.

Additionally, Dr. Wise is board-certified by the Academy of Integrative and Holistic Medicine for treating numerous disorders and symptoms from a holistic perspective.  He has a specific interest in the treatment of autoimmune disorders, concussions, endocrine disorders, and rheumatologic conditions - all in addition to his expertise in psychiatric care.


  • Masters in Public Health-Columbia University

  • Medical Degree-University of South Carolina School of Medicine

  • Residency in Adult Psychiatry-University of Colorado Health Sciences

  • Fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry-University of Colorado Health Sciences.


For a complete list of Dr. Wise's credentials, lectures, community and research activities, please review his curriculum vitae.

Kathleen McEwen



Kathleen McEwen is a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner and Registered Nurse. Kathleen has 26 years of extensive experience in direct medical diagnosis, treatment and management of chronic and episodic illnesses.  

Before joining Lighthouse Complex Care, she was the Clinical Coordinator of an urgent care clinic and worked for the University of Pittsburgh Student Health Center. Additionally, she has over ten years of experience completing comprehensive medical assessments on complex patients, including many with psychiatric disorders. Kathleen also has experience in coronary care and renal disease.


Kathleen became interested in Integrative medicine when navigating care for her son with complex needs. As a parent provider, she is passionate about helping others with medically complex conditions. Kathleen’s integrative approach combines functional and traditional medicines to address complex needs holistically.


Kathleen also has a special interest in caring for patients with mental health disorders. She is currently working on her post-master certificate in psychiatry and mental health. 


  • Master’s of Science in Nursing-- University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing 

  • Bachelors of Science in Nursing-- University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing

  • Diploma in Nursing --West Penn Hospital, Pittsburgh PA


  • Board Certification through the American Nurses Credentialing Center

  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support

  • Pediatric Advanced Life Support

  • Basic Life Support


Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday: 8 am - 5 pm Eastern Standard Time

Last Appointment: 4 pm Eastern Standard Time
Saturday, Sunday: Closed

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