On September 18, MiMichigan moved its West Branch Spine and Pain Program office to a new and larger space in MiMichigan’s Court Street Medical Building. The medical building is across the street from the Summit Health Building, which currently houses the program. The move was made to better serve residents throughout Ogemaw, Iosco and Roscommon counties.

MiMichigan Health’s Spine and Pain Program focuses on providing a balanced approach to pain management to return patients to the functions of their daily lives. The program is staffed by specially trained, certified providers who create customized care plans for each patient. Treatment options offered include physical therapy, minimally invasive interventional procedures, and medication management when needed. The ultimate goal of the program is to provide safe, evidence-based and minimally invasive pain relief solutions that allow patients to have more autonomy in managing their daily pain.

The West Branch Spine and Pain Program is currently staffed by Dr. Schuiler Rogg and Nurse Practitioner Ashley Volosonovich. Those interested in learning more about MiMichigan’s spine and pain program can visit mimichigan.org/spineandpain, while those interested in becoming a patient can call 989-343-3730.

By Editor

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