Wayne Feister D.O. – President

As an Osteopathic physician, Dr. Wayne Feister has had a 31-year family practice in Rawson, Ohio, and specializes in musculoskeletal pathology. His career as physician was inaugurated in 1985 with a degree in Osteopathic Medicine at Ohio University College in Athens, Ohio. In 1986, Feister completed his internship at Garden City, Michigan Osteopathic Hospital. Certified in Prolotherapy and Sclerotherapy by the American Board of Prolotherapy and Sclerotherapy, he is a current member as well as a trustee of The American Osteopathic Association of Prolotherapy Regenerative Medicine (AOAPRM). Offering future medical professionals his extensive knowledge and experience, he works for such educational institutions as The Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine as an Assistant Clinical Professor and Bowling Green State University as adjunct Assistant Professor in the department of Public and Allied Health. To fulfill leadership roles in his field, Feister serves as Vice President of the Ohio Academy of Osteopathy as well as the former Chair of the Osteopathic Principles/Practices Committee (COPPC), affiliated with the Centers for Osteopathic Research/Education (CORE). Feister is an active member of the International College of Integrative Medicine (ICIM). For seven years, he worked as a writer-editor of journal articles—collaborating with medical researchers and physicians to increase the public’s awareness of important principles, established techniques, and therapeutic advances in Osteopathic medicine and Prolotherapy.

Supplementing his Osteopathic approach to General Medical practice, he has used vitamin and mineral nutrition to remedy disease. More recently, he encourages a traditional diet instead of commercial foods to improve health. A committed member of the Weston Price Foundation—he has helped establish eight local chapters, where he is a regular speaker, sharing his extensive knowledge on health, nutrition, and food. Dr. Feister enjoys being a veritable country doctor. For that reason, he and his wife follow a traditional diet, raise chickens and dairy cows, and grow garden produce on their Ohio family farm.