What is a D.O.?
Osteopathic Physicians (D.O.) are fully-licensed to prescribe medicine and practice in all specialty areas including surgery. D.O.s are trained to consider the health of the whole person and use their hands to help diagnose and treat patients. Read More
My D.O. Changed My Life
"I have always been an active person who takes good care of herself. However, I have had what most people would consider minor health problems over the past seven years that have had a dramatic impact on my life. The doctors I’d gone to for help couldn’t seem to recognize my symptoms as a pattern, or indicative of a possible systemic problem. Finally I found My D.O., who turned out to be the best doctor I could possibly have found!" Read Kelly's full story.
"I have suffered from fibromyalgia and the pain that ensues from it for about 30 years. It seemed that hardly a day ever went by that at least one part of my body wasn’t in pain. Former physicians I went to apparently didn’t know much about the disease. After being recommended by two friends to contact and go to my D.O., she quickly brought about relief with osteopathic manipulative treatment. Two years later, I am virtually pain free." Read Janet's full story.
"I have twisted and jerked my back, causing my sciatic nerve to spasm, several times. When I visit my D.O., he spends at least 15 minutes with me per visit. He is very thorough and really cares about my health." Read Ralph's full story.