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Dr. Paul Venturini

Dr. Paul Venturini is a Springfield native and has served the area since 1989. In high school, he enjoyed playing competitive basketball and football until a sports related knee injury changed his college plans. He then decided to focus on health and wellness and discovered the philosophy of chiropractic care mirrored his own values and interests.


After graduating Logan College of Chiropractic in December of 1988, he moved back to Springfield and began treating patients. In 1996, he opened the current multi-specialty clinic providing full service health and wellness care.

Dr. Venturini is certified to provide unique soft tissue mobilization therapies that are not yet widely offered by health care workers. These include Active Release Technique — or ART — and the Graston Technique, both of which are fast ways to resolve pain related to muscle and other soft tissue dysfunctions.

Dr. Venturini specializes in natural relief of pain, back and neck problems, and provides guidance in exercises to properly heal injuries. He is a member of multiple chiropractic associations including the American Chiropractic Association Sports Council.

Since beginning his chiropractic career, Dr. Venturini has continued his education to benefit his clients. In addition to certifications in ART and Graston, he is certified as a Chiropractic Nutrition Specialist, Chiropractic Sports Physician, and is a treating physician for the Ironman Triatholon. He completed a three-year course in rehabilitation of musculoskeletal problems and has advanced training in diagnosing and managing the effects of whiplash and car related traumas.

Dr. Venturini is married with four children. He enjoys exercising, cycling, riding four-wheelers, hanging out with family and friends at his farm, listening to live music, traveling and sports, especially basketball and football.

Dr. Peter Curtis

Dr. Peter Curtis was born and raised in Davenport, Iowa. After graduating high school in 1988, he enlisted in the United States Marine Corps, where he served for six years. During that time he had the opportunity to travel to several locations around the world. 


After his military service he decided to dedicate himself to helping people and enrolled at Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1996. Following his graduation in 2000, Dr. Curtis owned and operated a private practice in Indianapolis for eight years before joining Advanced Center for Pain And Rehab in 2008.


In 2012, Dr. Curtis began his post-graduate training in Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization, which is the premier rehabilitation method in the world today. He traveled to Prague, Czech Republic, in 2015 to become one of the first Americans awarded certification in this method. Dr. Curtis is also certified in acupuncture and integrates it with his treatment for a wide range of conditions.


The primary principle that drives Dr. Curtis’ treatment is to educate patients in how their body functions and how they can care for their own health. Empowering patients with knowledge is the most important aspect of Dr. Curtis’ practice.

Dr. Blake French is a chiropractor with Advanced Center For Pain And Rehab.
Dr. Blake French

Dr. Blake French is a native of Tennessee and attended the University of Tennessee, where he majored in kinesiology and graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree. He then attended Logan University College of Chiropractic, where he earned his Doctor of Chiropractic degree.

Dr. French combines chiropractic and physical therapy services to provide the best evidence-based care to his patients and uses the most up-to-date information to promote patient self-efficacy to empower and encourage patients to take control of their pain. He enjoys staying current with research and strongly believes that, as health care providers, we should always continue to learn in order to provide the best optimal care.


In his free time, Dr. French enjoys exercising, golfing and spending time with his friends and family.  

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