Dr. Dianne Obayan
Pain & Rehabilitation Physicians is headed by Dr. Dianne Obayan. Qualifications include board certification in Pain Management, also Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (Physiatrists). Her area of expertise is non-surgical treatment of painful conditions. She listens attentively to your complaints to make an accurate diagnosis. An individual treatment plan will then be created for you, with a goal of rapid and long-lasting pain relief. Experience includes over 10,000 patient visits for pain management.
Jan is a licensed physical therapy assistant who graduated from Henry Ford College. She enjoys using manual therapy skills to help heal. Outside of work, Jan enjoys spending time with family and her dogs.
JACQUIS HOOD, MSBS, PA-C
Jacquis chose to work in pain management because it gives her the opportunity to perform focused-based work with the many bones, tendons, ligaments, and joints of the body to help treat the pain and disorders involved those areas. She received her Bachelors of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Michigan, Dearborn in 2011. From there, Ms. Hood went on to receive her Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences, Physician Assistant Studies in 2016. While in this program, she spent one year in clinical rotations working in various fields of medicine for four weeks each, including but not limited to Orthopedics, Family Medicine, and Internal Medicine. During her spare time, Jacquis enjoys spending time with family, and she also appreciates a good book.
Carol is a 2000 graduate from the Macomb Community College physical therapist assistant program. She enjoys being a part of a team that is committed to improving the lives of individuals with acute pain by restoring their sense of self and independence through functional movement.