Patrick Massey is a husband, father of four, physician, researcher, lecturer and author.  He began his educational sojourn with a Bachelor of Science University of Illinois-Chicago and a Master’s degree in Microbiology at Roosevelt University-Chicago.  A PhD in immunology at Northwestern University Graduate School of Medicine – Chicago and MD at Rush University Medical School – Chicago soon followed.  After completing his residency in Internal Medicine at Rush Medical Center he went on to be part of the inaugural class of the Integrative Medicine Fellowship through Dr. Andrew Weil's Program in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona College of Medicine.  He also has earned a doctorate degree in metaphysics & spiritual studies (MhD) at Delphi University, McCaysville GA.  

Dr. Massey is on staff at the Alexian Brothers Medical Center and has an active medical practice in Elk Grove Village IL.  He is also the past Director of the Program in Complementary and Alternative Medicine for the Alexian Brothers Hospital Network.  Although Miracles or I Have No More Boils is Dr. Massey's first book, he is a long time featured writer for suburban Chicago's largest newspaper, the Daily Herald. Dr. Massey has also published extensively in both the traditional and nontraditional medical literature and in both laboratory and clinical research.