Meet Dr. Catherine Krouse, DO

 Fun Facts

Favorite car: Tesla
Favorite color: the reflection of the sunset over the ocean
Favorite flower: peonies
Favorite music: Anything that inspires me to move,
especially gypsy jazz, indie pop and hip hop
Pet Peeve: drivers that don’t let other drivers merge
Supports: I am an avid sleep advocate 
Most unique travel location to date:
I spent 6 weeks in India, working as a medical student in a hospital in Kerala, then a little R&R in Goa, then a proper Indian wedding in Delhi, a visit to the Taj Mahal, Jaipur, Khajuraho.
The trip was my first time ever leaving the US!
Hope and dream: To get 8 hours of sleep every night
Hobbies: swing dancing, surfing, traveling


Dr. Catherine Krouse is a board certified family physician. She received her undergraduate education at Temple University where she received her Bachelor’s degree in World Religion, summa cum laude. She then graduated from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2011 at which time she moved to Maine complete her family medicine residency at Central Maine Medical Center in 2014.

Catherine decided to stay in Maine to start her own practice based on the philosophy of direct primary care, Lotus Family Practice in 2015. A successful practice established in Falmouth, Maine, Catherine was voted as Maine Osteopathic Association’s Young Physician of the Year in 2016. Since opening her practice she has developed interests in other areas such as obesity medicine, and is now working toward her board certification in this specialty. In addition Catherine has a passion for bringing light and awareness to areas that tend to hide in the shadows of our culture, resulting in shame, with regards to body image, obesity, sexuality, and pelvic floor dysfunction.

In her spare time Catherine has become a yoga instructor through Phoenix Rising Sun Yoga Therapy. Catherine’s lifelines include surfing, swing dancing, hiking, and skiing.