When David Sova, D.O., D.A.A.P.M., graduated from Midwestern University of Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1987, he knew his practice model would buck the trend, and that was just fine.

A note from Dr. Sova
From the beginning, I knew I did not want my medical practice to be driven by numbers. I did not want to have to see a certain number of patients per hour. I knew that this could make me seem a bit of a renegade among my peers. Yet, to my core, I could not envision treating my patients most effectively by a timer. Instead, I committed myself to practice medicine how I believe it should be practiced: holistically, preventively and personally.

I believe it is important to consider the critical connections between mental and physical health. I strive to offer the highest quality care that is affordable and builds a relationship of trust. I share your goal of reaching and maintaining your full wellness potential and living without pain. I did not enter the field of medicine to become wealthy. I pursued my strengths out of my desire to help, and know, people.

More than 20 years later, I am continually rewarded by the relationships I’ve built with the families and individuals in my care. Each area of my practice allows me to help people in distinctly different ways. I appreciate every one of these opportunities and look forward to serving you. Thank you for your time.



David Sova, D.O., D.A.A.P.M.