What is Osteopathy?
Osteopathic Medicine is a unique form of American medical care that was developed by Dr. Andrew Taylor Still in the late 19th century. In his philosophy he emphasized the importance of the unity of the body, mind and spirit, the ability of the body to heal itself, and the necessity for the physician to understand the interrelationship of a person’s anatomy and physiology.
"I strive to connect with my patients, meeting people wherever they are in their lives in order to heighten the quality of our partnership in health."
Brian Waldron, D.O.
“At the core of Osteopathic philosophy is the idea that we are not so much attempting to defeat a disease as we are trying to facilitate the body’s ability to heal itself. Structural diagnosis has evolved to the point where a person’s complaint of back pain is seen in the context of an entire somatic compensatory pattern.”
John H. Juhl, D.O.