Who Will Treat My Injuries?

Crystal Clinic QuickCare is led by Robert Kleinman, M.D., an orthopedic specialist with over three decades of experience in the diagnosis and treatment of musculo-skeletal conditions and injuries. His support staff includes other orthopedically trained providers such as physician assistants (PAs), physical and occupational therapists, radiology technicians and nurses.

In the event that Dr. Kleinman is unable to treat you, you will be seen by either a PA or nurse practitioner (NP). PAs and NPs work in all areas of medicine, including primary care and family medicine, emergency medicine, orthopedics and psychiatry. All are trained to diagnose, treat and prescribe medication for acute and chronic orthopedic conditions.

Robert Kleinman, M.D.
Dr. Kleinman is a board-certified orthopaedic physician. He is a graduate of Miami University and The Ohio State University College of Medicine. He served residencies in the Departments of Orthopaedics at Akron City Hospital and Akron Children’s Hospital Medical Center. Dr. Kleinman is the Director of Crystal Clinic QuickCare clinics.
Cal Davis, PA-C
Cal received his Master of Health Science in physician assistant studies from A. T. Still University. He specializes in orthopedics and has been practicing as a PA since 2000.

A Physician Assistant (PA) is a nationally certified and state-licensed medical professional. The PA is part of a team that includes physicians and other clinicians who work to make sure your healthcare is of the highest quality. PAs can provide all types of medical care and can be found in all medical specialties. PAs are trained to diagnose, treat, and prescribe and have shown they provide high quality, cost-effective care since the profession was introduced almost 50 years ago. Just as physicians, PAs are required to pass national certification testing every 10 years. PAs may practice in any setting, such as an office, clinic, or hospital.
Jessica Koberling, PA-C
Jessica received her Physician Assistant degree and training from Cuyahoga Community College along with her Master of Health Science from Cleveland State University in their combined PA program. She is a nationally board-certified Physician Assistant.

A Physician Assistant (PA) is a nationally certified and state-licensed medical professional. The PA is part of a team that includes physicians and other clinicians who work to make sure your healthcare is of the highest quality. PAs can provide all types of medical care and can be found in all medical specialties. PAs are trained to diagnose, treat, and prescribe and have shown they provide high quality, cost-effective care since the profession was introduced almost 50 years ago. Just as physicians, PAs are required to pass national certification testing every 10 years. PAs may practice in any setting, such as an office, clinic, or hospital.
Alan Duignan, PA-C
Alan completed his Master of Science at Lock Haven University and is a board-certified physician assistant. He specializes in sports medicine and treating urgent care conditions. Alan has been a PA since 2009.

A Physician Assistant (PA) is a nationally certified and state-licensed medical professional. The PA is part of a team that includes physicians and other clinicians who work to make sure your healthcare is of the highest quality. PAs can provide all types of medical care and can be found in all medical specialties. PAs are trained to diagnose, treat, and prescribe and have shown they provide high quality, cost-effective care since the profession was introduced almost 50 years ago. Just as physicians, PAs are required to pass national certification testing every 10 years. PAs may practice in any setting, such as an office, clinic, or hospital.
Kaitlyn Kottman, MSHS, PA-C
Kaitlyn received her Bachelor of Science in nutrition from Case Western Reserve University. She continued her education at Cleveland State University and Cuyahoga Community College where she received her Master of Science in Health Science and Certificate in Physician Assistant.

A Physician Assistant (PA) is a nationally certified and state-licensed medical professional. The PA is part of a team that includes physicians and other clinicians who work to make sure your healthcare is of the highest quality. PAs can provide all types of medical care and can be found in all medical specialties. PAs are trained to diagnose, treat, and prescribe and have shown they provide high quality, cost-effective care since the profession was introduced almost 50 years ago. Just as physicians, PAs are required to pass national certification testing every 10 years. PAs may practice in any setting, such as an office, clinic, or hospital.
Holly Lang, CNP
Holly received her Master of Science in Nursing from Kent State University. She is skilled in general orthopedics and urgent care treatment. She has been a nurse practitioner since 2016 and is board certified through the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.

Nurse practitioners (NPs) are nationally certified, state-licensed, independent practitioners who practice in ambulatory, acute and long-term care as primary and/or specialty care providers. They provide nursing and medical services to individuals and families accordant with their practice specialties.
Russ Mounts, RN, PA-C
Russ received his Physician Assistant degree from Cuyahoga Community College and has more than twenty years of experience. He is certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants.

A Physician Assistant (PA) is a nationally certified and state-licensed medical professional. The PA is part of a team that includes physicians and other clinicians who work to make sure your healthcare is of the highest quality. PAs can provide all types of medical care and can be found in all medical specialties. PAs are trained to diagnose, treat, and prescribe and have shown they provide high quality, cost-effective care since the profession was introduced almost 50 years ago. Just as physicians, PAs are required to pass national certification testing every 10 years. PAs may practice in any setting, such as an office, clinic, or hospital.