His diagnosis of diabetes as a child as well as his mother’s own struggles with terminal illness inspired him to become a doctor. He comes to ROSM with years of diverse experience applying regenerative therapies like prolotherapy, platelet-rich plasma and perineural injection to relieve pain and help restore healthy activity.
Dr. Rodeback studied at University of Utah before attending medical school at West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine. He completed his residency physical medicine and rehabilitation at Loma Linda University in California.
Medical school exposed Dr. Rodeback to regenerative medicine and ultrasound guided treatments and he devoted his training to developing these skills. His medical school provided exceptional musculoskeletal osteopathic training and his residency complemented this training with physical medicine and rehab training. He even volunteered at regenerative medicine conferences during his residency to so that he could learn from the most respected physicians in the field.
Although he’s passionate about freeing patients from pain, Dr. Rodeback’s family are his greatest joy. Also, he enjoys cooking, hiking and biking. We’re certain he’ll find plenty of those last two in the beautiful Flatirons, which you can see from our office.