|Advocate Dreyer Continues Expanding Behavioral and Mental Health Services|
Aurora, Ill – Advocate Dreyer has added a psychologist and social worker in Aurora to meet the growing community need for behavioral and mental health services. Dreyer’s department of psychiatry now totals over 20 practitioners at five locations throughout the Fox Valley area.
Roy G. Henderson, M.D.
"My goal is to help patients return to their normal level of functioning quickly and safely by listening to their concerns, providing thorough evaluations, and recommending appropriate treatment plans tailored to each individual."
Accepting New Patients
|Department:||Sports Medicine, Orthopaedics|
|Procedures Performed:||Joint Injections, Soft Tissue Injections, Fractures, Tendonitis, Tendinopathies, Sprains, Strains, Evaluation and Treatment of Non-Musculoskeletal Injuries Related to Sports, Sports Physicals, Preparticipation Evaluations.|
|Special Interests:||Sports Medicine|
|Office Locations:||Rush-Copley Campus - 630-264-8720|
|Undergraduate Education:||San Jose State University, San Jose, California, 1981|
|Graduate Education:||Charles R. Drew/UCLA Medical School, Los Angeles, California, 1987;|
University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1996 (Master of Public Health)
|Residency:||University of California (San Francisco)/Valley Medical Center, Fresno, California, 1990 (Family Medicine)|
|Fellowship:||St. Elizabeth Medical Center, Dayton, Ohio, 1993 (Sports Medicine)|
|Board Certified:||Family Medicine 2004|
|Certified:||Certificate of Added Qualifications in Sports Medicine 2003|
|Personal Profile:||Dr. Henderson lives in Naperville with his wife and two children. He has served as the team physician for many high schools and provides medical coverage for a variety of sporting events, including the Fox Valley Marathon and Chicago Marathon. He is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians, the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine, and the American College of Sports Medicine.|