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While narcotic pain medications have a place in some treatment plans, they have limited effectiveness for long term use and often create more problems than they solve. Our physicians prescribe narcotics for established patients only and do so on a very limited basis. It is a goal of every care plan to reduce or eliminate the use of narcotics.

Restoration Osteopathic Medicine's mission is to provide personalized, high-quality care to patients who are in need. We focus especially on those who have not responded to traditional treatment by their primary care provider or specialist(s).  Just like Dermatology, Cardiology or Oncology, Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (OMT) is a specialty subset of medical knowledge and skills. While all osteopathic physicians are trained to do it, only a few dedicate sufficient time and energy to become experts. At Restoration Osteopathic Medicine, we serve our patients as a partner to their Primary Care Providers (PCPs) by providing a scope of treatments that address conditions many PCPs find frustrating, difficult to resolve and outside their training.

Patients at Restoration Osteopathic Medicine will be treated with the utmost respect and will be part of a collaborative relationship in treating their health issues. With education and instruction, our physicians will help each patient develop an ongoing care plan to ensure lasting benefits and improvement. Our goal is for patients to learn to adapt functional physical and mental changes to maintain the benefits of treatment and effectively address the cause of pain for long term benefits. The body has an extraordinary ability to heal itself and our intent is to remove barriers to the healing process.

All Restoration Osteopathic Medicine physicians are board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine and have spent years dedicated to developing their skills as experts in Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment. 

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