Norwalk Primary Care welcomes new doc

Submitted by FISHER-TITUS

Robert Cromley, DO has joined Fisher-Titus Norwalk Primary Care and Fisher-Titus Occupational Health. He is board certified with the American Osteopathic Board of Family Physicians.

Cromley enjoys working with patients 13 and older for all primary care needs. He values engaging with his patients and taking the time to explain disease, how their medications work and why they’re important, and how they can treat certain diseases without medication. Cromley places a high importance on helping patients take ownership of their health by explaining the importance of certain health guidelines and the value of screenings. He also supports his patients in making positive changes through smoking cessation, weight management, and more. He finds it very rewarding to help develop goals to improve his patients’ health and well-being to achieve their goals — whether in their personal life or their career.

Cromley employs Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine to treat a variety of acute and chronic musculoskeletal issues. Common conditions treated with OMM include migraines and tension headaches, neck stiffness, neck pain, back pain, edema, muscle spasms, sciatica, ankle sprains, pelvic pain and postpartum pain. OMM has been proven to be effective in helping patients heal with less or no medication.

A graduate of Ohio University where he earned his Bachelor of Science, Cromley completed his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine at Lincoln Memorial University DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine in Harrogate, Tennessee and completed his Family Medicine Residency at Cleveland Clinic – South Pointe.

Prior to joining Fisher-Titus, Cromley served as the Medical Director for Oak Street Health in Cleveland and as a Family Medicine Physician at Magruder Hospital in Port Clinton.

Cromley joins the Fisher-Titus Norwalk Primary Care team that includes Drs. John Hughes and Scott Kaple; Katie Howell and Cari Spettel, CNP; and Judy Zellner, LPCC. Cromley is now accepting new patients. Call 419-668-8110 or visit fishertitus.org/schedule to make an appointment.