Jon Parks, MD Founder
Dr. Parks has been married 28 years to his wife Andrea, and they have 2 adult sons. He loves rebuilding vintage cars and is an avid Iowa Hawkeye fan. His love and compassion for animals rounds up to 5 dogs, 2 cats, 27 chickens, 14 Turkeys, 5 geese, and 4 bee hives. It is not unusual to see a few of his therapy dogs hard at work greeting patients at the clinic.
What does "Providing Hope for Pain Sufferers" mean to you?
"Validating their pain is real and not "just in their head" is essential for those suffering from something that has overwhelmed and impacted all facets of their life. Knowing we can offer folks the possibility of improvement with excellent care and treatment while helping to improve their quality of life is what being a pain management doctor is about."
George G. Fluter, MD
Dr. Fluter grew up in New Haven and Hamden, both located in Connecticut. He still has a great admiration for the Northeast and New England, in particular. When he wasn’t busy playing high school football, Dr. Fluter was entertaining his fascination with the science of medicine. Specifically, his interest was centered on the neuromusculoskeletal system, aspects of which he regularly deals with today.
Dr. Fluter has been married to his wife Susan for 33 years, and together they share three children. In his downtime, he enjoys reading, Olympic-style weightlifting, chess, music and sports. Fun fact - Dr. Fluter is a national-level technical official with USA Weightlifting.
What does “Providing Hope for Pain Sufferers” mean to Dr. Fluter?
“It means improving the quality of life for patients suffering from chronic pain”.