Voted Madison's Favorite Doctor. Focused on quick accurate care for patient recovery
Integrated with Madison Wisconsin's Meriter Hospital and Turville Bay MRI center for diagnostic testing. Focused on quick accurate care for patient recovery
Dr. Reek has practiced in Madison Wisconsin and helped thousands of patients just like you in his 19 years of professional practice. He is highly trained in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders that have not responded to conventional pharmaceutical based medicine. His office in Madison, WI, uses the latest technology testing to provide you with the best possible outcomes.
Dr. Reek will consult with you. He will provide his opinion on your condition and discuss what options are available for you. If appropriate, he will refer you to other Madison health care experts. When necessary, Dr. Reek will refer patients to Turville Bay MRI or utilize his hospital privileges at Madison's Meriter Hospital. Integrated office that offers MRI and referals for secondary opinions.
by appointment, Monday through Friday
Located on University Ave. Close to hospital.
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spanish, french, german, japanese, greek and chinese
All insurance coverage accepted in Wisconsin. PPO's, Blue Cross, WEA, Mail Handlers, Madison Wisconsin's HMO's Dean, Unity, U-Care, Madison Wisconsin's Alliance, Madison Wisconsin's WPS. Call if you are unsure of your coverage and we will help.
Alliance, blue cross, blue shield, WPS, Dean, Unity, Physicians Plus, Badger Care, Medicare, Medicade
*Voted Madison Wisconsin's Favorite Doctor.
* Has been providing comprehensive care in Madison, Wisconsin since 1987.
* Began his career working in Madison Wisconsin at a government-sponsored pilot program for GHC/Group health Cooperative to determine the effectiveness of the HMO model.
* Was the first of a team of doctors in Wisconsin employed in an HMO medical model which combined chiropractic, neurology, orthopedics and internal medicine to help facilitate a comprehensive model for patient care.
* Continues his involvement with Alternative Medicine organizations that accept there is a need in the United States for treatment outside of "disease care". If we wait till we have disease, are we not wasting all that time in between health in our twenties and our state of disease in our 40's and beyond? Researchers with no ties to pharmaceutical based medicine see that there exists many markers and opportunities to maintain health and even regain it. This can happen and will if you accept that there is a difference between disease care and wellness care.