Dr. Troy L. Sedlmeyer, MD

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Dr. Troy Sedlmeyer completed undergraduate studies in Biology at West Virginia University before his medical degree, also at WVU. He then did his Internship and Residency training at WVU in Family Medicine.

Dr. Sedlmeyer practiced in a rural clinic in Mannington, WV before joining Wedgewood Family Practice in Morgantown, WV. After several years, he began working with MedExpress Urgent Care in Morgantown, WV.

His interests are in preventive care and wellness.

By choosing a healthy lifestyle and making better choices for ourselves, we can avoid or improve many of the chronic healthcare problems that many face today. This includes weight loss which can help patients with high blood pressure, diabetes, arthritis/chronic pain, and elevated cholesterol/lipids. Through a better diet and proper nutrition, we can achieve a healthier life to live and be more functional and active.

Originally from Hollsopple, PA, he came to West Virginia after serving in the U.S. Air Force and also working with the U.S. Marine Corp through military contractors performing equipment maintenance and renovations.

 

Alissa Barnes, FNP-BC

Education:

  • Family Nurse Practitioner, Master of Science of Nursing, West Virginia Wesleyan 2017
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Fairmont State University 2015
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Science, Fairmont State University 2010
  • Associate of Science in Nursing, Fairmont State University 2010

Alissa was born and raised in Fairmont West Virginia, she graduated from Fairmont State University with her Bachelors of Health Science and Associates degree in Nursing in 2010. She worked as an RN for seven years prior to obtaining her Masters degree in 2017 from West Virginia Wesleyan. Alissa specializes in injection therapy – utilizing benign medications and new revolutionary treatments include platelet rich plasma therapy and human allograft stem cell therapy to treat acute and chronic pain. The goal of therapy is to identify and treat the root cause of the pain and not mask the pain with harmful medications such as narcotics.