ST. LOUIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Hall of Fame shortstop Ozzie Smith has partnered with IMAC Regeneration Center to open a regenerative medicine clinic in St. Louis. The Ozzie Smith IMAC Regeneration Center will open in May at 13353 Olive Boulevard near the intersection of route 141.
IMAC Regeneration Center is an outpatient medical clinic with practitioners of varied specialties collaborating to provide treatments for arthritis, joint pain, back pain, soft tissue and ligament damage, and movement-restricting health challenges. The medical team will include an anesthesiologist, family nurse practitioner, physical therapist, and chiropractors. The clinic has an innovative service-focused design to minimize patient wait times.
The Ozzie Smith IMAC Regeneration Center treats patients of all ages and skill levels. Accomplished athletes visit the clinic to maintain optimal performance using platelet rich plasma and other cellular therapies. Similar techniques are used to prevent arthritis, treat meniscus tears and defeat muscle deterioration for baby boomers and dependent seniors.
“I’ve always worked hard to stay fit and in good shape” says Ozzie Smith. “Partnering with IMAC is about helping people stay active to get themselves in better health. I think once people give it a try they’ll see great results.”
The Ozzie Smith Center is now accepting new patients between 8 am and 6 pm, Monday through Friday. Patients do not require a physician referral, although a scheduled appointment is encouraged. Learn more by visiting www.ozziesmithcenter.com online or calling 314-200-4955 to schedule your appointment.
About IMAC Regeneration Center
Dr. Matt Wallis founded the Integrated Medicine And Chiropractic Regeneration Center over 15 years ago in Paducah, Kentucky. IMAC Regeneration Centers are natural pain management and sports medicine clinics, integrating regenerative medicine with physical medicine to provide an organic approach to eliminating pain without the use of prescriptions or foreign antibodies.