Barbara A. Heller, DO
I work with my patients to determine the specific cause of their ailments then design a specific treatment program to address. This may include specific PT interventions, always start with the least invasive, least expensive treatment that meets the patient's needs.
- The Spine Center
- Years in Practice: 40
Accepts both children and adults
Specialize in the non-surgical care of back, neck, hip, and shoulder problems as well as sports related injuries. As a certified Physical Therapist, as well as Physiatrist, I use exercise, occasional spinal injections, ergonomics and medicines to achieve reduction of pain and improvement in function.
Hiking, cross country skiing, weight training, skate boarding, dogs and cats.
School Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine at Midwestern University
Graduation Date 04/1988
Honors Basic Science Awards in Biochemistry and Physiolog
School Rush Presbyterian St. Luke's Medical Center
Title Resident in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
- American Medical Association
- American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
- Chicago Medical Society
- Illinois Association of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
- North American Spine Society
- International Spinal Injection Society
- Physiatric Assocation of Spine, Sports and Occupational Rehabilitation
- International Society for Clinical Densitometry
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