At the Osteopathic Center, we promote health, not just treat symptom management. We see each person as a whole, interconnected being. Healing at a fundamental level is possible when respecting the interconnection of all the body’s systems and the effect of each on the others. And likewise, our practice works with the interaction of many different specialists and practitioners working as a team to offer you the best possible service.
Meet the key players behind the Osteopathic Center
Dr. Kristopher “Sean” Goddard, DO, applies the use of non-invasive, cutting-edge healing modalities to correct dysfunction and remove pain. Experience has taught him that technique is as important as the modality, especially in the use of stem cells and regenerative injections. His upbringing gives him a deep faith in the body’s innate healing abilities, and his training in osteopathic medicine gives him a strong understanding of the inter-relatedness of body parts and organs. Dr. Goddard is committed to empower his patients to overcome disease naturally and reach their health goals. He has made it a point to learn from the physicians and teachers who helped pave the way in this field for the last 70 years. The training courses he has taken at college, medical school, and through various organizations has allowed him to see different treatment philosophies and incorporate them into his own unique style. He currently is on the board for the American Osteopathic Association of Prolotherapy Regenerative Medicine and has the following certifications: Interventional and Regenerative Orthopaedic Medicine from AAOM (American Association of Orhtopaedic Medicine), Theoretical and Practical Applications Training in Ozonotherapy Certification from the American Academy of Ozonotherapy, and the CCT (Certified Chelation Therapist) from the American College for the Advancement of Medicine. Dr. Goddard’s training and experience have shown him the effectiveness of Regenerative and Integrative Medicine. He looks to share this with all his patients
Dr. Jesse Morse specializes in sports medicine, regenerative medicine, musculoskeletal-ultrasound, ultrasound-guided injections, fractures, and non-surgical orthopedics. He has worked with many professional athletes and understands their mindset, goals, and how to get them back on the field. Dr. Morse has served on the medical staff of multiple professional teams, including the Philadelphia Phillies, Toronto Blue Jays, and the Miami Marlins. He is a very passionate sports fan.
Dr. Jacobson, a neurosurgeon, uses fluoroscopically-guided injections for joints and the spine. He also
conducts treatments with bone marrow, adipose, amniotic, and umbilical stem cells; exosomes; PRP;
and ozone. During his long career, he served as a medical officer in the U. S. Army, was chief of the
neurosurgery section at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital in Miami, and developed several patents on medical
Dr. Benjamin Kosubevsky, DO, was introduced to integrative medicine by his father who performs manual manipulation. He knew this was what he wanted to do from the age of 10. During his medical training he met Dr. Goddard and was introduced to regenerative injections and IV (intravenous) therapies. Dr. Kosubevsky decided he wanted to incorporate these treatments into his repertoire. At this point in time, he was already proficient in Osteopathic Manipulative Treatments and even helped the school teach as a table trainer at his Osteopathic school. At Dr. Goddard’s clinic he learned the techniques for IV (intravenous) vitamins, UBI (ultraviolet blood irradiation), chelation, and minor and major autohemotherapy (simple and multipass ozone). He has received the Theoretical and Practical Applications Training in Ozonotherapy Certification from the American Academy of Ozonotherapy and he has obtained the CCT (Certified Chelation Therapist) from the American College for the Advancement of Medicine. In addition, he has become proficient in the following regenerative injection technique: Dextrose Prolotherapy, PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) Prolotherapy, Bone Marrow Prolotherapy, and Tissue Graft Prolotherapy. He has attended courses at the RMTI (Regenerative Medicine Training Institute), Hackett Hemwall Prolotherapy Foundation, American Academy of Stem Cell Physicians, and the American Osteopathic Association of Prolotherapy Regenerative Medicine. Some of his personal experiences with regenerative treatments are for chronic headaches, TMJ dysfunction, torn ligament of the thumb, shoulder pain, ankle pain, knee pain, toe injury. After performing thousands of regenerative injections, Dr. Kosubevsky no longer wonders if these injections will help his patients, it’s just a matter of how many treatments will it take. The skills he has learned from patient evaluation to manual manipulation to the science of regenerative medicine and the metabolic system, Dr. Kosubevsky will be able to direct you in the path that best fits your need.
Dr. Lowell McCauley is a nationally renowned OB/GYN surgeon with more than 35 years’ experience. He has an extensive work history focused on reconstructive female anatomy and hormone replacement therapy. A developing interest in regenerative medicine brought him to the Osteopathic Center to be further involved in this facet of women’s health care.
Iryna has a Master’s in Finance; she is multi-disciplined and wears many hats. When she is not working on creative projects and answering media requests, she is connecting with patients. She can speak to you in Ukrainian, Russian, English, Polish, and maybe Spanish.
Jessica has been in the medical field for more than ten years. She has multitasked from management to front desk, always doing her best in any position. She loves everything nicely organized and neat. She has major OCD!
Veronica earned her RN degree from Lincoln Memorial University in Tennessee. She has more than 20 years of nursing experience in multiple fields. She chose a path in nursing to dedicate herself to the care of others. She is a member of The American Association of Aesthetic Medicine and Surgery.
Chris was in the Air Force for 8 years as an Independent Duty Medical Technician where he specialized in emergency medicine. He is now a full-time student pursuing a nursing degree at the University of Tennessee. Chris also teaches medical courses such as CPR, Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support, and Pediatric Advanced Life Support.
Maribel has been in the field as a medical assistant and phlebotomist for over 20 years. Her experience in integrative medicine treatments speaks for itself. She treats her patients as a family, but she makes sure all of their needs are the number one priority. Maribel has a down to earth personality; hardly anything can upset her. She is always upbeat and happy to help anyone!
Kayla earned her degree in Radiography from St. Petersburg College. She has worked in the medical field for ten years and has spent the last five years specifically concentrated in Regenerative Medicine. Her experience has taught her that age is just a number, and anyone is capable of making the next step to healing the body in a less-invasive, more natural way. She strives to ensure quality patient care and education.