Dr. Danielle Babb, a board-certified interventional pain physician, has joined the Ramos Center for Interventional & Functional Pain Medicine, based in Bradenton.
She will play an integral role in the expansion of the practice northward into Pinellas County. Until that new office opens in late 2021 in St. Petersburg, Babb will treat patients in the Bradenton office.
Babb grew up in the Fort Myers area and completed most of her education and training in the Sunshine State. In 2012, she earned a bachelor’s from the University of South Florida and, in 2016, she graduated from the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, in Bradenton.
Following medical school, she relocated to Miami, where she completed her residency and internship at Jackson Memorial Hospital/University of Miami.
During her time in South Florida, Babb was selected to participate in research focused on patient safety and quality improvement. She designed and developed surveys that helped measure patient outcomes and responses to interventional treatment.
In 2020, Babb moved to Lexington, Kentucky, for a fellowship in interventional Pain management at the University of Kentucky.
The Ramos Center also has offices in Sarasota, Venice, Englewood and Port Charlotte.
Dr. Lindsay Shroyer, a board-certified physical medicine and rehabilitation interventional pain physician, has joined the Ramos Center for Interventional & Functional Pain Medicine, based in Bradenton.
Shroyer will be treating patients in Bradenton and eventually in a new northern office in Pinellas County, once expansion is complete in late 2021.
Since 2018, Shroyer has been working on the Gulf Coast of Florida treating chronic pain patients.
A Midwestern native, her higher education began at the University of Cincinnati, where she earned a bachelor’s in biology.
She has a Doctorate of Medicine from Ross University School of Medicine and completed a residency in physical medicine and rehabilitation at the University of Kentucky, where she led as chief resident.
Following her residency in Kentucky, she made her way to the Sunshine State, where she completed a fellowship in interventional pain medicine at the University of South Florida in Tampa, where she was chief fellow.
Jared Motzenbecker, of Gulfside Wealth, has been selected for the Leadership Sarasota Class of 2022.
Adult Leadership Sarasota, a program of the Greater Sarasota Chamber of Commerce, is a 10-month program tailored for up-and-coming leaders who want to use their knowledge, skills and relationships to advance and deepen their community impact.
Participants gain unique exposure to Sarasota County’s issues and key players while broadening their network with diverse leaders from the business, civic and nonprofit sectors.
Motzenbecker, of Lakewood Ranch, is a Certified Financial Planner practitioner, Chartered Market Technician and Certified Private Wealth Advisor professional. He has worked in the financial services industry for more than 15 years.