Ozzie Smith Center Professionals
Doug Bouldin, FNP-C
Doug Bouldin, Family Nurse Practitioner and partner at The Ozzie Smith IMAC Regeneration Center in St. Louis, has been practicing medicine for more than 28 years across the state of Missouri. Since graduating from the University of Missouri-St. Louis, Bouldin has served patients in settings from Emergency Medicine, Critical Care and Family Practice providing him with extensive experience. He has distinguished himself providing care to patients in facilities including St. Luke’s Hospital, St. John’s Mercy, Lincoln County Medical Center and Barnes Jewish Medical Group.
His experience includes clinical and managerial roles that have equipped him to be among the leaders of this groundbreaking effort at the Ozzie Smith IMAC Regeneration Center. Bouldin understands that medicine alone does not always fix the problem. “For years I have known that referring to Chiropractic and Physical Therapy completed the care that I could give to a patient,” Bouldin says. “But now, being able to actually practice it in a medical model where we are accessible to one another under one roof is truly ideal for me.”
Bouldin has been a leader amongst his peers, presenting at several conferences and symposiums over the course of his career. He carries a passion for education and is excited about the opportunity to pass it on to patients who have never heard of regenerative medicine techniques. Among his primary goals for the new clinic is the chance to pioneer and publish functional-based research as well.
Sandy Miller, P.T.
Sandy Miller, lead physical therapist and partner at the Ozzie Smith IMAC Regeneration Center in St. Louis, has been practicing in outpatient orthopedic settings for more than 20 years since her graduation from the University of Missouri-Columbia. She specializes in a wide range of orthopedic conditions, and also is experienced in treating women’s health conditions and vertigo.
Miller has a broad spectrum of experience to draw from as she has practiced in several locations across mid-Missouri starting out as a staff physical therapist, advancing to clinic manager and finally becoming a partner in a successful St. Louis area practice. When approached with the opportunity to be involved in an integrative practice, she knew immediately that her career had been building to this pinnacle.
With the opportunity to partner with regenerative medicine techniques, she feels the ideal practice exists for true conservative care. This type of care will certainly result in great outcomes for her patients that lower the risk for surgery or a heavy reliance on pharmaceuticals.