In response to MDHHS recommendations Compass Rehabilitation is limiting visits to patients only unless an additional person is medically necessary. We are conducting temperature checks upon arrival.  If you have been experiencing or are feeling ill, please call our office and we will reschedule your appointment. We continue to follow CDC Guidelines for patient appointments, including  social distancing. For questions concerning appointments or other medical questions, hours of operations and phone numbers are listed below:

Monday – Thursday, 7AM-6PM
Friday, 7AM-5PM
Phone: 517-337-3080

Caroline E. Beall, DO

Osteopathic Medicine


ProMedica Toledo Hospital/Sports Care Primary Sports Medicine, Toledo, OH, 2013


West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine/ProMedica Toledo Hospital, Family Medicine Residency, 2012

Medical School

Michigan State University, College of Osteopathic Medicine, 2009


Michigan State University, 2005

About Caroline Beall

Dr. Beall is a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine providing care for patients in the areas of family medicine and sports medicine.

She brings robust insight into sports medicine, and she has treated athletes in several West Michigan high schools and universities, as well as for professional sports teams in both Grand Rapids and Toledo, OH.  She also continues to serve the athletes of United States Figure Skating.  She was also an attending physician for a primary care sports medicine fellowship.

Dr. Beall enhances the panoptic approach to patient care at The Compass Rehabilitation Center, with a focus on evaluating and managing acute and chronic musculoskeletal sports complaints, Osteopathic manipulative treatments, fracture care, joint injections, ultrasound-guided injections, diagnostic ultrasound, prolotherapy, PRP injections, percutaneous tenotomy, concussion-management and sideline coverage.

With her national experience in accessible home medical practice and dedicated athletic team care, Dr. Beall speaks on several Doctor of Osteopathic topics, and has made presentations that include “Lower Extremity OMT” at MATS Student Seminar and “Chronic Tendinopathy: Evaluation and Treatment” at the MATS Clinical Symposium.

Dr. Beall has also presented on topics related to her passion for figure skating.  These have included the American Academy of Sports Medicine’s 28th Annual Clinical Conference “Essential Sports Medicine for Competition” webinar presented to United States Figure Skating Association referees.

Dr. Beall participates in memberships in: American Medical Society for Sports Medicine, American Osteopathic Academy of Sports Medicine, & the American Osteopathic Association.