Jennifer L. Page, MD

Jennifer L. Page

Contact Information

  • Office 314-525-4522
  • After Hours 314-525-4522
  • Fax 314-525-4598


Main Location

Rehabilitation Medicine Specialists South
10010 Kennerly Road
4th Floor
St. Louis, MO 63128
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Hospital Affiliations

Mercy Hospital St. Louis

Areas of Interest

Pain Management, Neuro, Botox® Treatment for Spasticity, Botox® Treatment for Migraine Headaches, Spasticity, Neck Pain, Back Pain, Stroke, Disabling Conditions


Pain management physician Dr. Jennifer Page is the Medical Director of Acute Rehabilitation and the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Department Chair at St. Anthony's Medical Center. She is a board-certified doctor with a subspecialty in Pain Management and treats patients without spine injections or narcotics.

Dr. Page accepts all major insurances. For more information, please visit our Insurance page.


Residency: Rush Presbyterian, St. Luke's Medical Center
Medical School: University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine

Languages Spoken

English, American Sign Language

Certifications & Organizations

American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Certification of Added Qualifications in Pain Medicine

  • Video Transcript

    Hi, I’m Dr. Jennifer Page and I specialize in rehab medicine. I’m board-certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation and I’m also board-certified in pain management.

    I went to medical school at the University of Missouri Kansas City and completed my residency training in physical medicine and rehab at Rush Presbyterian Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois.

    I’ve had the honor and privilege of being a medical director of the Acute Rehab Unit at St. Anthony’s Medical Center for the past 18 years. I also see outpatients at my office located at St. Anthony’s Medical Center.

    I specialize in treating patients that have residual impairments from strokes, head injuries, amputations, lower back pain, and workman comp injuries. I also do Botox injections for patients that have issues with migraine headaches or severe spasticity.

    I chose the field of rehab medicine because I truly enjoy helping patients achieve a higher quality of life. I have a greater awareness of patients with disabilities. I grew up in a house with two parents that were deaf, and we use sign language as our main source of communication. I truly enjoy helping patients get to the highest level of function despite their impairments and disabilities.

    I am accepting new patients. I can be reached at my office at 314-525-4522. I look forward to meeting you and addressing your rehab needs. Thank you.