dr bozak-lgThe physicians and staff of the Pennsylvania Pain & Spine Institute, with offices in Chalfont, Quakertown and Huntingdon Valley, are pleased to welcome David Bozak, DO, the newest specialty trained physician to join the practice. Dr. David Bozak is a Board-Certified Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (PM&R) physician specializing in interventional pain therapy of the joints, nerves, muscles and spine.

According to David Qu, MD, one of two founding partners of the group, “Our practice has continued to focus on minimally invasive treatments to help minimize pain, and also improve quality of life for our patients. Because of this goal, Dr. Bozak is joining us as an interventional orthopedic specialist that focuses on treatments of knees, hips and all other joints to help patients avoid major surgeries.”

Dr. Bozak has expertise in performing various joint procedures under imaging guidance, and the diagnostic expertise to find out where someone’s pain originates. Most importantly, Dr. Bozak also uses regenerative medicine treatments, which can greatly slow down the rate of arthritis and improve the health of joints.

“I chose this field because of its focus on function and quality of life. My main concern will be getting my patients back to doing the things they love to do, whether that be taking a walk, gardening, completing an Ironman or getting back to work.” shared Bozak.

Dr. Bozak is a member of the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and the North American Spine Society. He is an elite cyclist and Crossfit competitor, and has competed on American Ninja Warrior. He also enjoys skiing and scuba diving, and sharing these hobbies and competitiveness with his wife and two young daughters.

In addition to adding Dr. Bozak, the group brought on another Penn trained physician last May, Douglas Gugger, MD, board certified in pain medicine and fellowship trained at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Gugger sees patients in their Quakertown office at 127 S. 5th Street in Quakertown.

With the flagship practice located at 700 Horizon Circle, Suite 206 in Chalfont, the Harvard and Penn trained physicians of the Pennsylvania Pain & Spine Institute are now seeing patients in Huntingdon Valley at 1800 Byberry Road, Suite 703, Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006.

According to co-founder Robert Kelly, DO, “I think we are continuing to expand because our patients appreciate that we take a new, different approach to the treatment of complex pain issues. We don’t rely only on medication, but on new, minimally invasive techniques aimed at providing safer, longer term pain relief.”

The group now operates out of three convenient locations: The Highpoint Professional Center, 700 Horizon Circle, Suite 206 in Chalfont, PA; The Atrium Building, 127 S. 5th St, Suite 180 in Quakertown, PA; and at 1800 Byberry Road, #703 in Huntingdon Valley, PA.

If you or someone you know is suffering with chronic pain, illness or injury, schedule an appointment with one of our expert physicians today. Call 215-395-8888!

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