Dr. Joseph A. Locke DO, DAAPM
Medical Director of Spectrum Health Stem Cell Program
Undergraduate Education: Colorado State University, Bachelor of Science Human Nutrition
Medical Degree: Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences
Internship: Medical college of Wisconsin
Residency Training: Medical College of Wisconsin, Anesthesiology
Diplomate for the Academy of Integrative Pain Management
Doctor Locke began his education at Colorado State University and completed his Bachelors of Science degree in Human Nutrition and Food Science. His understanding of the complexity of nutritional biochemistry allowed him to develop a unique understanding of how our daily dietary habits can affect our core health. With this education, he decided to move forward and practice medicine in order to improve health outreach. He is a graduate from the Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences. He residency training was an anesthesiology specialty at the Medical College of Wisconsin and is a Diplomate for the American Academy of Integrative Pain Management, which led him to utilize many areas of musculoskeletal medicine to achieve improvements in physical function. His training for prolotherapy regenerative medicine was accomplished with the American Association of Orthopaedic Medicine and stem cell treatment education through the Orthobiologic Institute. Doctor Locke has been performing interventional spinal and musculoskeletal pain injection techniques to treat various pain disorders for close to 10 years. He has 4 years of experience performing hundreds of regenerative medicine procedures with stem cell biologics in order to treat patients orthopedic pain problems with cutting edge science.