At KYNETIC HEALTH, we believe that there is nothing more important than helping to improve the quality of life of our patients.
Whether due to an injury or the natural aging process (or both), we can begin to lose mobility in some of the most important parts of our bodies – preventing us from enjoying many of the activities we value most, such as hikes through our beautiful southern Arizona or playing with our grandchildren. Many of us also live with pain, such as aching muscles, joints and osteoarthritis – issues that prevent us from sleeping, working or living well.
At KYNETIC HEALTH, our mission is to help treat the cause of your pain and help to reverse many of the signs of aging that can make you feel like a prisoner to your body – with innovative medicine such as PRP (platelet rich plasma) and stem cell therapy. As a leader in the fields of Sports and Regenerative Medicine, Dr. Lebeck and our team of medical professionals have successfully helped the overwhelming majority of our patients treat their pain or injury without surgery and without ever prescribing narcotics.
What is PRP?
PRP or Platelet-Rich Plasma is the process in which we use your body’s natural healing abilities to heal injuries and even reverse the signs of aging throughout the body.
Doctor Ann Lebeck
MD. Sports Medicine
Doctor Ann Lebeck began her medical career in the early 1990’s as an emergency room nurse in some of the most violent neighborhoods in America – working daily to treat some of the most severe medical conditions and traumas. She would later go on to work at the esteemed Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston, where her desire to further her education and become a physician would begin to transform from a dream to a reality:
“I was always very curious to know more about the conditions of our patients and the treatments being offered – I wanted to know more about what was actually happening in the body. I kept asking the doctors and residents that I worked with to explain everything to me, until one day a resident said to me : ‘if you really want to know, why don’t you go back to school and become a doctor’. So at the age of 32, with three kids in tow, I did just that.”
Doctor Lebeck earned her Medical Degree at Ross University School of Medicine and completed her Family Medicine residency in Columbus, Ohio at the Grant Medical Center, where she would go on earn her Sports Medicine fellowship. In the years that have followed, Doctor Lebeck has worked with several professional athletes and athletic associations, including the NHL, NFL, CFL, PGA and the Arnold Strongman Classic. She has also worked with many collegiate and high school level athletes – she currently volunteers here time in support of our local Tombstone Highschool football team. She is also the official Sports Medicine Physician for the Apaches – Sierra Vista’s brand new semi professional football team, whose season begins in February 2021.
Most recently, she worked with the US Army at Fort Huachuca in Sierra Vista, Arizona – treating active duty soldiers, their families and retired veterans.
What is a Sports Medicine Physician?
Sports Medicine Doctors are orthopedic specialists who treat and manage musculoskeletal injuries and illness with an emphasis on maximizing function and minimizing disability. They not only provide care to athletes and active individuals, but also those looking to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Our experienced medical professionals put your healing needs first. We are proud to provide a high quality level of customer service, medical experience, and commitment to health and wellness to all our patients. Our goal is to make you feel better as quickly as possible and offering our patients regenerative treatment options to keep active people active.
Leona Christian in on the front lines of our practice, managing our front office – including scheduling appointments, checking in patients and managing insurance claims and procedures.
Leona brings with her many years of experience, in her trainings as both a pharmacy technician and healthcare assistant. She has been a long time resident of Sierra Vista and truly enjoys customer service and patient care.
Jason Begemann is a retired Sergeant First Class from the US Army with 24 years of service. After retiring from the military, he began training as a medical assistant, specializing in podiatry and gaining a wealth of knowledge in musculoskeletal injuries. As a previous patient of Dr. Lebeck’s, Jason understands knee pain!
Our patients will likely meet Jason during most appointments, where he will often take your medical history, record your vitals and assist with injections and procedures.
Stephanie has years of experience as a Medical Assistant is a variety of areas within the medical community, such as in Endocrinology, Neurology, and Podiatry and is currently attending Cochise College where she is pursuing her studies to become a Registered Nurse.
She is passionate about caring for others and understands how musculoskeletal conditions can affect everyday life.
Rosie is at the beginning of her medical career, having just passed her Nursing Entrance Exams this year – with flying colors. She intends to attend college next year and become a Registered Nurse.
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