Your Clinical Team
Your clinical team at Medical Center Plus Joint and Spine Center combines over 50 years of physician experience over two different but related and overlapping clinical specialties. We also have a team of Medical and Rehab Assistants working directly under and with these physicians to utilize the best non-surgical and minimal-pharmaceutical tools available for your benefit. Each of these providers has a minimum of 28 years of clinical experience under his belt as a fully licensed physician working in the field.
Dr. Mathew Wallace, B.S., M.D.
Mathew C. Wallace, M.D. was born in St Louis, Missouri but he only lived there for a few months as an infant, so he really calls Boston, Massachusetts home. He completed his neurology residency at Wake Forest University with honors and an additional fellowship in interventional spine pain management/chronic pain at the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Wallace is double board-certified in both neurology and interventional pain management.
During his fellowship Dr. Wallace was introduced to an interventional technique called pulsed radiofrequency, and this was the beginning of his interest in electromedicine. Dr. Wallace’s background in electromedicine has been extremely valuable in establishing our neuropathy treatment program. He also has a special interest in difficult and poorly understood pain conditions, particularly fibromyalgia, and he has published on the subject and plans to continue ongoing research through Medical Center Plus.
Dr. Wallace loves very loud, very hardcore punk music (no kidding—if you see him wearing headphones in the office we recommend that you do NOT ask to share a listen) and enjoys spending time with his wife and teenage son.
Dr. Micheal C. Ebner, B.S., D.C.
Michael C. Ebner, D.C. is originally from New York State, where he earned his undergraduate degree at Mercy College in Dobbs Ferry, New York, and graduated from Palmer Chiropractic College in Davenport, Iowa with his Doctor of Chiropractic degree in 1993. He feels blessed that he’s been able to help literally thousands of people enhance the quality of their lives and avoid unnecessary drugs and surgery since then through physical medicine.
Dr. Ebner also attained a post-graduate certification in Whiplash and Brain Traumatology through the Spine Research Institute of San Diego in 2006. With what he has learned through his additional education, he has been able to help multitudes of patients recover from injuries sustained in motor vehicle accidents and other types of traumas utilizing various physical medicine tools including chiropractic and adjunctive physio-therapeutics.
Dr. Ebner is married to his lovely wife, Lisa, and they have six children who have already left the nest. He enjoys spending his free time traveling with Lisa, riding his motorcycle, skiing, and playing ice hockey. We are very grateful to have Dr. Ebner as the latest member of our group and believe his many years of professional experience to be a great addition to our already outstanding clinical team.
Aaron Nawrot, Clinic Director
Aaron was originally a patient at Medical Center Plus before coming aboard as the office manager in 2019, and his extraordinary professionalism has catapulted him to the top administrative position of Clinic Director in record time.
Originally from South Bend, Indiana, Aaron worked in various levels of management with two restaurant chains—Bob Evans and Cracker Barrel—for 18 years before joining our team at Medical Center Plus. He’s a huge college football fan and if you know which school is located in South Bend, you can easily guess his favorite team!
Abigail Hornsby, Front Desk
Abigail is originally from Tennessee, and we are extremely happy that she decided to move south! Abigail started at Medical Center Plus in an entry level position and her razor-sharp intelligence, hard work, and dedication to creating an exceptional patient experience has resulted in her being quickly promoted to one of the most important positions in the office.
Abigail loves helping people and her signature tagline when she answers the phone is, “How can I help make your day even better?”
When was the last time someone at a medical office asked you that?