201 N. Clyde Morris Blvd., Suite 200, Daytona Beach, FL 32114
Dr. Braiden Shumway was born and raised on the Wasatch Front in Utah where his hobbies included reading, spending time on or near the water, and creating and playing board, card and tabletop games. After graduating high school, he spent two years living in Mexico as a Missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. During that time, he became fluent in the Spanish Language. He received his bachelor’s degree in Biology from Utah State University, where he was actively involved as a tutor and teacher’s assistant. Before starting medical school, Dr. Shumway fell in love with his now wife, Christiane (Chris). As he applied for medical school, Dr. Shumway also applied for an immigration Visa so that Chris could immigrate from Chiapas, Mexico to marry him. As Dr. Shumway has helped his wife to continue to navigate the challenges and intricacies of immigration, he has developed a profound desire to assist underserved and immigrant communities. With the support of his wife, Dr. Shumway received his D.O. degree from Rocky Vista University, southern Utah. While there, He led and expanded a program called “Young Doctors” that mentored elementary school students and helped to prepare them for a career in medicine. Dr. Shumway has seen how education can change lives and strives to empower and comfort his patients by helping them to develop a greater understanding of their bodies and their personal health challenges. Dr. Shumway chose family medicine because of its ability to prevent disease, heal patients, and guide people through the healthcare system. Dr. Shumway has a strong desire to help and be with people through every stage of their lives, both the heart-warming and the heart-breaking.