The Ozzie Smith IMAC Regeneration Center at Webster Groves is thrilled to announce its expansion into a new 3,500 square foot clinic. The new location at 220 W. Lockwood is still in the heart of Old Webster. A grand opening celebration will take place on Thursday, February 24 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., with a ribbon cutting at 11:30 a.m.
Ozzie Smith Centers offer the latest technology in regenerative rehabilitation. “IMAC” stands for innovative medical progress and care. Their outpatient medical clinics focus on treating sports and orthopedic injuries as well as movement-limiting illnesses without surgery or opioids. IMAC centers also offer affordable chiropractic care options.
In 2015, former Cardinals baseball player Ozzie Smith was told he needed surgery. Many years of back flips, dives and swings had taken their toll on his body. But Smith didn’t want surgery or the prescription opioids that come with invasive orthopedic procedures. Instead, he went to the flagship IMAC clinic in Paducah, Kentucky. He had such a good experience that a few months later he decided to bring IMAC to his beloved St. Louis. In 2016 the first Ozzie Smith IMAC center was opened in Chesterfield.
“I received PT, chiropractic adjustments, gel injections and stem cell injections at the Ozzie Smith IMAC center,” wrote knee patient Ed C. “The care team is totally supportive of their patients and are concerned about their progress. They’re more like friends and don’t make you feel like it’s just a business… you MATE and your goals MATE!
220 W. Lockwood Ave., Ste. 103