Our Providers

With patients ranging from high-profile athletes to everyday people, we are confident that we can not only relieve, but also resolve your pain. Here at Michigan Sports & Spine Center, we believe in a non-surgical approach. Michigan Sports & Spine Center is a committed, comprehensive practice dedicated to overall health improvement, as well as injury rehabilitation and prevention. We will do everything in our power to prevent you from surgery. However, when there is no alternative but to perform surgery, we will make sure we get you into the hands of the right surgeon. .

Michigan Sports & Spine Center has proven success rates that are much higher than the national average.

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Dr. Jeff S. Pierce, DO

Dr. Jeff S. Pierce is the Medical Director at Michigan Sports & Spine Centers, PC. He specializes in a comprehensive treatment program for spine, musculoskeletal and joint injuries including sports and occupational problems. His focus for each patient is on comprehensive evaluation, proper diagnosis and individualized treatment regimens. Dr. Pierce provides an educational approach to injuries and conditions to encourage the patient to share responsibility in his or her situation. Dr. Pierce also teaches prevention techniques to prohibit further injury, empowering patients to control their recovery. 

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Dr. Juliet Gaisey, MD

Juliet Gaisey, MD is an interventional pain physician and physiatrist. She is a local to Michigan who studied biomedical engineering at the University of Michigan and earned a medical degree from Michigan state University. She completed her residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Johns Hopkins University and did additional interventional pain medicine training at the University of California, San Francisco. She has extensive experience with musculoskeletal ultrasound and electrodiagnostic techniques. She has recently published and presented on topics including neuromodulation, phantom limb pain, trauma informed care, healthcare equity, and telerehabilitation to physicians throughout the country. As a physiatrist, she continues to use her background in engineering, biomechanics, and gait analysis to help patients that suffer from disabling chronic pain and common musculoskeletal injuries regain function.