Brett C. Lockman DO
Pain Management Specialist | Interventional Pain Medicine4550 E. 53rd. Street Suite 100 Davenport IA, 52807
Dr. Brett Lockman is a Board Certified Pain Physician and Sports Medicine Doctor serving the Davenport area for more than 5 years. Dr. Lockman specializes in iRegenerative medicine (platelet rich plasma, ...
Education and Training
Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine, E. Lansing, Mi D.O. 2003
Michigan State University B.S. in Human Physiology 1998
Physical Medicine and RehabilitationAmerican Board of Physical Medicine and RehabilitationABPMR
- Compassionate Doctor Recognition 2012 Vitals.com
- Patients' Choice Award 2008,2009,2011,2012,2013 Vitals.com
- Regenerative Medicine
- Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
- Spinal Cord Stimulation
- Radiofrequency Ablation
- Joint Injections
- Epiduralsteroid Injections
- Osteoporosis Education
- Image-guided Nerve Blocks
- Osteopathic Manipulation
- Professional Member American Society of InterventionalPain Physicians
- Professional Member American Academy of Osteopathy
- Professional Member American Osteopathic Association of Prolotherapy Regenerative Medicine
- Professional Member American Academy of Pain Management
- The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 2008
Brett C. Lockman DO's Practice location
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Patient Experience with Dr. Lockman
- J. t.
Nothing but the highest level of care from Dr. Lockman and his staff..
- Chelly g.
Real pain relief that changes your life.
- G. h.
well pleased, very informative and took a lot of time to explain and treat .
- Vannessa j.
Absolutely fantastic personal and informative service and care!.
- Sunny s.
- Tonya t.
- Bret b.
Like the way Dr listens and cares about my needs..
- C. s.
- Peter a.
Near 100 % relief .
- Michelle h.
Love him. He is one of the best doctors around!.
- Kevin b.
Dr. Lockman is the most compassionate and caring Dr. I ever had. .
- Denise a.
Great Staff :).
- Holly b.
Very knowledgeable and kind in all aspects. The entire staff takes care of you..
Dr. Brett C. Lockman.
Would not recommend Dr. Lockman becuase of staffing.
Hope for my pain.
Needing new staff.
Absolute worst Dr I have ever seen.
Dr. Lockman is a great doctor and the best I have had in 20 years.
The new guy in the CBI office totally rocks!.+ Show More
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