Dr. James O’Reilly
Dr. James O’Reilly is the Director of Broadway Orthopedic and Sports Medicine, in Cleveland, Ohio. He and his medical team are now a part of Federal Injury Centers. As Cleveland’s top OWCP injury doctor, the team at Federal Injury Centers of Cleveland can help you with all of your OWCP workers compensation needs, from getting your case organized on day 1, to getting your OWCP injury claim approved, to getting you better and back to work as soon as possible.
When people get injured at work, it is not uncommon for their lives to unravel. My mission is to help patients regain their health and enjoy their lives. A work injury can quickly complicate your life. Not only will the injury limit your physical abilities, but the added stress and financial consequences can be overwhelming. Dr. O’Reilly will work to restore your physical health and also make sure the other aspects of your work injury are taken care of. My educational background includes a Doctorate degree in Chiropractic and a Bachelor of Science degree in biology. Outside of the office, I donate my time to building projects in the community and outside of the country.
The federal injury treatment available in the Cleveland OWCP practice includes physical therapy, chiropractic, and medical services, along with massage therapy and acupuncture. Any federal employees who have suffered OWCP work injuries to the neck, low back, shoulder, knee or any other musculoskeletal injury sustained while working as a federal employee can call the Cleveland OWCP injury doctors at Broadway Orthopedic and Sports Medicine.
The OWCP Injury Doctors in Cleveland, OH are located at 6829 Broadway Ave. Cleveland, OH 44105 and can be reached by calling (216) 271-1133.
Angela Jayes, MSN, NP-C
Founder of The Dahlia Center
A lifelong resident of northeast Ohio, Angela started her medical career in 1993 as a US Navy Medic. After serving in the Navy she studied at Kent State University to become a Registered Nurse, and shortly after became a Certified Nurse Practitioner. She’s spent over 25 years in medicine and has a passion for helping people feel their very best, inside and out.
As a successful business owner and the founder of The Dahlia Center, Angela primarily travels the country teaching other nurse practitioners how to provide quality care to their communities through regenerative medicine therapies. Her dedication to her work keeps her very busy, but she is also a devoted wife and mother who always makes sure there is time to spend with her husband, children, and grandchildren.
As a veteran herself and having family retired from USPS, Angela understands the challenges federal employees face everyday, especially when injured. Angela is passionate about serving the federal employees in her community and looks forward to working with patients to get their OWCP injury claims approved so they can focus on recovery. Ohio federal employees need better options when they’re injured on the job. OWCP claims are rarely approved until you find a Federal Injury Centers office. The federal treatment facility in Medina, Ohio can get your OWCP injury claims approved.
Julie O’Connor, CNP
Julie is a well-rounded nurse practitioner who has comes to the FIC of Medina with 13 years of experience. She has spent a majority of her nursing career working directly with geriatric patients, in addition to managing a major home health care organization. Her hands on experience with patients along with managerial knowledge has developed into a specialized plan of care that includes holistic, evidence-based, and patient centered care for every injured individual that walks into our Ohio federal injury treatment facility.
Julie’s understanding of OWCP federal workers compensation along with her ability to very clearly describe federal work injuries in her OWCP narratives makes her uniquely positioned to write winning work injury reports to get your OWCP injury claims accepted in Medina, Ohio.
When the weather allows, Julie can be found outdoors camping and showing horses with her husband and two daughters.
Rose Dressler, LMT, Massage Therapist
Rose Dressler has been a massage therapist since 2012 and has used her experience to develop a unique style of massage to help injured federal employees after an OWCP injury in Ohio. Combining knowledge she acquired while working in the medical field with techniques she learned from years of working in the spa industry, her unique style combines deep tissue, myofascial release, and reflexology/acupressure techniques with a soothing relaxation flare.
She knows that patient comfort leads to quicker patient recovery time and decrease likelihood of repeat injuries, so she caters each of her massages to the patient’s personal needs for that day. Rose understands that each OWCP injury is unique and different. So, her federal injury treatment varies with each OWCP injury.
In her free time she likes hiking with her two dogs; Bandit, a Boston Terrier, and Lucy, the loveable Rottweiler.