Our Physicians

All of our physicians are board certified or board eligible in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. To learn about what a PM&R doctor is or does, click here

Stephen D. Heis, M.D.

Stephen D. Heis, M.D.

Dr. Heis completed his undergraduate degree at Rollins College in 1976. A true Cincinnati native, he returned to University of Cincinnati and in 1980 obtained his medical degree. He completed his PM&R training at The Ohio State University in 1983. He has been the Medical Director of local Cincinnati rehab units for the past 25+ years including the now merged Providence Hospital/Mercy Mt. Airy Hospital and St. Francis-St. George Hospital/Mercy Hospital Western Hills, and Mercy Fairfield Hospital. He currently serves as the Medical Director for the Mercy West Acute Rehab Unit.

He has been active in the medical leadership community and served as a past President of the Ohio Society of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, a governor appointed three-year term on the Ohio State Board of Physical Therapy, medical staff past President at Mercy Mt. Airy Hospital, and past President of the Physicians Counsel of Mercy Health Partners. He has consistently been named a Cincinnati Magazine Top Doctor in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.

His current medial interests include neuromuscular disease, neurorehabilitation, and electrodiagnostics. He is Board Certified by the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and the American Board of Neuromuscular and Electrodiagnostic Medicine.

Procedures he performs include: EMG/NCS, peripheral joint injections, and botox injections for spasticity.

William J. Bajorek, D.O.

William J. Bajorek, D.O.

Dr. Bajorek completed his undergraduate studies in 1976 from the highly selective College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts. He completed his medical training at Ohio University in 1982. His residency in PM&R was completed in 1986 at the University of Cincinnati Hospitals. Previously the Medical Director of PM&R at Jewish Hospital and staff physiatrist at locations around Cincinnati, he joined the group in 2011 as the Medical Director of the Mercy Western Hills ARU prior to consolidation at newly built Mercy West.

His current medical interests include acute and chronic neuromuscular disease.  He is Board Certified by the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, American Board of Neuromuscular and Electrodiagnostic Medicine, and the American Osteopathic Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 

Procedures he performs include: EMG/NCS and peripheral joint injections

Nicholas A. Godby, M.D.

Nicholas A. Godby, M.D.

Dr. Godby completed his undergraduate training at the University of Kentucky in 2004, graduating summa cum laude. He continued on to complete his medical training as a Beale Scholar and graduating with high distinction at the University of Kentucky in 2008. His residency in PM&R was completed at Ohio State University in 2012.  He joined the group in 2012 as the Medical Director of Mercy Fairfield Acute Rehab Unit and in 2016 transitioned to Jewish Hospital where he headed the opening of their new Acute Rehab Unit as Medical Director.

His current medical interests neurorehabilitation, brain injury, and electrodiagnostics. Dr. Godby is active in the local medical community and has appeared on Local 12’s Medical Edge three times in the last four years.  He is Board Certified by the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, American Board of Neuromuscular and Electrodiagnostic Medicine, and American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in Brain Injury Medicine.

Procedures he performs include: EMG/NCS, Botox injections (for spasticity, cervical dystonia, and migraines), peripheral joint injections.

Donald J. Staggs, M.D.

Donald J. Staggs, M.D.

Dr. Staggs completed his undergraduate studies in 2008 and then medical training in 2012 at Wright State University. After completing his intern year at Wright State, he moved to Atlanta where he completed his PM&R residency at Emory University in 2016.  He then moved back to Ohio and joined our group as Medical Director of the Mercy Fairfield Acute Rehab Unit in 2016. After having significant hands-on training in ultrasound and spinal injections at Emory, he has added to our spectrum of rehabilitation treatment options provided by our practice. 

His current medical interests include neurorehabilitation, musculoskeletal and spine disorders, spasticity, and amputations. He is Board Certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.  

Procedures he performs include:  Ultrasound musculoskeletal diagnostics, Ultrasound guided peripheral injections, Botox injections (for spasticity), EMG/NCS, peripheral joint injections, and thoracic and lumbar spinal injections.

Victoria G. Treadway, M.D.

Victoria G. Treadway, M.D.

Dr. Treadway graduated cum laude with a degree in Neuroscience from Pomona College in 2009. She then obtained her medical degree from UCLA in 2013. She completed her PM&R training in 2017 at the University of Pittsburgh where she served as chief resident. She has now joined the practice to become Associate Medical Director of the Mercy West Acute Rehab Unit.

Her clinical interests include neurorehabilitation, cardiopulmonary rehab, amputee management and prosthetics, musculoskeletal disorders, electrodiagnostics, and early mobility of hospitalized inpatients. She is board eligible in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.

Procedures she performs include: EMG/NCS, Botox injections (for spasticity and migraines), peripheral joint injections (with ultrasound guidance), and trigger point injections.