Our doctors hold the degree of Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.). Each is board certified and specializes in the area of Family Medicine.
In addition to seeing patients in the office, our doctors have admitting privileges to several of the areas largest hospitals.
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What is a D.O.?
Most people are unaware that there are in fact two different types of physicians in the United States, allopathic physicians (The M.D.ís),
and osteopathic physicians, (The D.O.ís). Both D.O.ís and M.D.ís are fully qualified physicians who are licensed to prescribe medications
and perform surgery. There are both similarities and differences. D.O.ís emphasize primary care in their training (pediatrics, family medicine,
and internal medicine), although you will find many D.O.ís in all fields of medicine from dermatology to neurosurgery. Osteopathic physicians
focus on wellness and preventive health care and focus on a holistic philosophy on health care. Osteopathic physicians believe in treating the
patient rather than specific symptoms to illnesses. D.O.ís also receive extra training in the neuromusculoskeletal system (nerves, muscles,
and bones), and have a better understanding of the ways that an injury or illness in one part of your body can affect other parts.
We have a large team of clinicians, technicians, and office staff. Together with our doctors we can provide the most comprehensive and integrated
treatment services for you and your family.