About Dr. Robert Krasnick
REGENERATIVE PAIN MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST
Meet Dr. Robert Krasnick
Dr. Robert Krasnick is a pain management doctor who has dedicated the past 24 years to the practice of Regenerative Medicine. He uses a holistic approach implementing alternative, regenerative treatments for patients with chronic joint, back, neck, wrist, ankle, knee, and hip pain, arthritis, as well as sports injuries. He specializes in using non-surgical techniques including: Prolotherapy, Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), Stem Cell Therapy, Prolozone™, Neural Prolotherapy (also known as PIT or Lyftogt Technique®) and Hydrodissection. Dr. Krasnick’s specialized use of musculoskeletal ultrasound accelerates an onsite diagnosis, decreasing the need for additional testing. Together he works with his patients toward a goal of healing, health and wellness.
THE PATH BACK TO ANN ARBOR
Dr. Krasnick is a pain specialist board certified by the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R). He received both his undergraduate and medical degrees from The University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor. He completed his residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Rush Presbyterian, St. Luke’s Hospital in Chicago, Illinois. He served as Chief of the Department of PM&R, at St. John Macomb Hospital. He practiced at the Center for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in Warren, Michigan for 24 years before founding Krasnick Regenerative Medicine, in Ann Arbor in 2020.
Helping patients around the world
Dr. Krasnick has dedicated the last 24 years learning and becoming an expert in the field of Regenerative Medicine. If he is out of the office, it is not because he is on vacation. He is either attending a medical conference on regenerative medicine or musculoskeletal ultrasound or volunteering his time in other countries treating patients with chronic pain. He has traveled to Honduras and Mexico almost yearly for 20 years volunteering his time treating patients through the Hackett Hemwall Patterson Foundation. Initially he was a student of the Foundation and quickly excelled in the procedure of Prolotherapy. He was then asked to be an instructor and has been teaching other aspiring physicians the art of Prolotherapy since.
If Dr. Krasnick is not in Honduras or Mexico treating patients, or at a conference then he is either with his wife and three daughters (and 2 dogs), riding his bicycle with his friends, skiing, or exercising in some fashion and leading a healthy lifestyle.