Jeffrey S. Rogers, DO, FAOCA

Interventional Pain Management

I use the most up-to-date technology in the treatment of both acute and chronic pain with a focus on spine-related issues. I am fellowship trained and board certified in pain management by the American Osteopathic Board of Anesthesiology and am a diplomat of both the American Board of Pain Medicine and the American Academy of Pain Management. In September 2011, I was named a fellow in the American Osteopathic College of Anesthesiologists. In addition to seeing patients in my medical practice, I devote a great deal of time to medical mission work in various third world countries.

Zachary Baum (CNP)

Zachary Baum earned his undergraduate degree in nursing and his master’s degree in nursing at Wright State University. He is a board certified family nurse practitioner through the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. His previous work involves 8 years of nursing experience caring for orthopedic and surgical patients at a large local hospital. In his free time he enjoys anything outdoors, including hiking, camping, biking, and running. He enjoys treating all types of injuries and chronic conditions & is excited to see patients feel their best and return to an active and productive lifestyle.

Angela Prickett (CNP)

Angela earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing and received her Master’s in Nursing with a concentration in Family Practice at Wright State University. Her previous work experience involves medical-surgical nursing, orthopedic nursing and family practice medicine. Since 2013, Angela's concentration has been pain management. Angela focuses on educating her patients so they have a complete understanding of their diagnosis and treatment options. Outside of work, Angela enjoys spending time with her husband and two young children, playing volleyball, and traveling.

Angela was hand selected to work with Dr. Rogers.

Alyssa Wetzel (CNP)

Alyssa earned her Bachelor's Degree in Nursing and received her Master’s in Nursing with a concentration in Family Practice at University of Cincinnati. Her previous work experience involves medical-surgical nursing and orthopedic nursing. Alyssa believes in a multimodal approach to pain management to improve patient outcomes. Outside of work, Alyssa enjoys spending time outdoors with family and friends.

Cheryl Chasteen-Siebert (PA-C)

Cheryl has been a Physician Assistant since 2002. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Dayton and graduated from the Physician Assistant program at the Kettering College of Medical Arts. She obtained her Masters of Physician Assistant Studies in Pain Management and Physical Medicine from the University of Nebraska. Cheryl encourages an alternative approach to pain management so the need for medications is minimized. She expects her patients to engage in their lives physically, socially, and spiritually so that pain is not the focus of their existence, but just another aspect of life to be lived. She enjoys spending time with her husband, family, and friends.