Our mission is to commit the efforts of our physicians and staff to the proper diagnosis and effective treatment of pediatric and adult patients in the areas of Headache and Migraine issues, Neuroscience, and Sports Medicine, while respecting the dignity of patients, employees, referring physicians, and their staff members.
Ryan Pitts, D.O. received his Doctor of Osteopathy degree from Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine. He completed both his Family Practice residency, and Sports Medicine Fellowship at OU College of Medicine in Tulsa, OK. Dr. Pitts is board certified in Family Medicine and has additional board qualifications in Sports Medicine. He has extensive experience in both pediatric and adult Sports Medicine and has a long history and interest in head trauma and chronic headache treatment. The Headache Clinic represents a goal achieved for him. He looks forward to meeting the significant need in Northeast Oklahoma for a dedicated headache and migraine diagnosis and treatment center. He will see traditional sports medicine patients, as well. When away from the office, he enjoys spending time with his family, and hunting and fishing.
Dr. Woodward is the 25th board-certified female neurosurgeon in the United States. She graduated from the University of Maryland School of Medicine, completed internship and residency at the University of Utah Medical Center, and extended her subspecialty training with a fellowship in Pediatric Neurosurgery at the prestigious Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She instituted and developed the neurosurgery program at Valley Children’s Hospital in Fresno, California, then did the same at Saint Francis Children’s Hospital in Tulsa while also caring for adult patients when on call. In addition to continuing the private practice she started in 2017, Dr. Woodward is now one of the founding partners of Total Care Headache Center. She will see new and existing patients, fulfilling her personal mission of trying to provide relief from pain and ongoing care to those "harder to diagnose and treat" types of patients. She also has a special interest in assisting in the diagnosis of rare and atypical conditions.