Greene County News
BEAVERCREEK — Dr. David P. Buck is ready to share his expertise on sprains, strains and new pains and at the same time promote the new Soin Medical Center Sports and Injury Clinic.
Dr. Buck will be guest speaker at a Health Night Out workshop to talk about join pain, back pain and other ailments, 5:30-7 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 19 in the Kumar Conference Center located in the Ollie Davis Pavilion on Soin’s campus. Dr. Buck will present some of the latest technology and information about these various physical pains.
To participate in this workshop registration is requested by calling 937-558-3988. In addition to Dr. Buck’s presentation, there will be refreshments, physical therapy professionals, clinic staff available to answer questions and much more.
Dr. Buck’s is certified as a primary care sports medicine physician completing his fellowship through Wright State University and Kettering Medical Center. Other certifications include: Credentialed ImPACT Consultant, Basic Life Support, Advanced Cardiac Life Support and much more. He is also the primary care medical director and team physician for the Dayton Dragons, Central State University and Fairmont High School.
Dr. Buck is the primary physician which helped open the Sports and Injury Clinic at Soin in early January. The new clinic is located in the Ollie Davis Pavilion, Suite 330.
“We will be able to perform a variety of important services, such as sports physicals and testing for concussions,” said clinic manager Cathy Wells. “We are just really excited to be in Greene County. It is so important to bring these services closer to residents in Greene County.”
Initially hours for the clinic will be Monday mornings, Tuesday all day, Wednesday mornings, Thursday afternoons and Friday mornings with hopes of adding availability by summer. For more information on the clinic call 937-702-4960.
Wells said the clinic is designed for patients to get help the same day or the next day.
In addition she explained that having other important services through Soin Medical Center and the entire Kettering Health Network is essential in helping the patient quickly and efficiently, “We usually start testing right away, if a patient needs to move on to another area of care, we are in the best possible place for that to happen.”
Wells said Dr. Buck knows Greene County well and looks forward to helping patients here, “I think we can be a one stop shop for our patients – get them right in and out with the best care possible.”
Story courtesy of The Greene Medical Foundation - Greene Memorial Hospital and Soin Medical Center hospital within Kettering Health Network.