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Joint Pain, Arthritis and Musculoskeletal

About our Clinic at KU MedWest

The mission of the Rehabilitation Medicine Clinic at KU MedWest is to decrease pain and restore function in patients afflicted with disorders of the joints, muscles, and tendons (tendonitis). The Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Physicians at KU MedWest are non-operative doctors who are specialists in diagnosing and managing problems of the musculoskeletal system. Examples of this include:

• Osteoarthritis
• Hip, Knee & Ankle/Foot Pain
• Wrist, Elbow, Shoulder and Hand Pain
• Tendonitis
• Bursitis

We incorporate non-operative therapies which include pain injections, medication management & ultrasound guided procedures, with custom physical therapy prescriptions. In addition, our providers will supervise, collaborate with and coordinate with other health care professionals. The result is a specially designed treatment program tailored to the patient's needs.

Our objective is also to manage "the whole patient", not just the patient's symptoms but how it affects the ability to function (for example - work, play, and do household activities). Finally, we aim to educate our patients so they understand their condition and provide the tools and resources to manage it.

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Clinic Location
7405 Renner Road
Shawnee, KS 66217

Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday 8am - 4:30pm

Directions to KU MedWest
KU MedWest is located off I-435 at the intersection of Midland Drive and Renner Road in Shawnee, Kansas. Take the Midland Drive exit and go east one block. Turn right (south) on Renner Road, and drive one-half mile to KU MedWest.

Spine and Joint Pain Treatment Locations
Make an Appointment:
K.U. Spine Center
3901 Rainbow Boulevard
Kansas City, KS 66160
Indian Creek Campus
10730 Nall Ave Ste 200
Overland Park, KS
Last modified: Sep 28, 2018

Neil Segal, MD
Neil Segal, MD


Medical Director of Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation

McCasey Smith, MD
McCasey Smith, MD

Assistant Professor

Interventional Spine and Musculoskeletal Medicine

John Alm, DO

John Alm, DO

Assistant Professor

Sports Rehabilitation and Muskuloskeletal Medicine