• Family Medicine

    Our physicians and Nurse Practitioners are board certified in family medicine and are here to provide you with the highest quality of medical care available for your entire family. We provide comprehensive, personalized, and holistic healthcare to all ages with an emphasis on disease prevention, lifestyle coaching, and health promotion in the context of your Continue Reading

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  • Adolescent Care

    Our physicians and medical providers are trained to provide your teenager with the best and most comprehensive medical care to help them deal the physical, psychological, and medical problems that confront them during their adolescent years of 13-17. The care of adolescent boys and girls are a large part of our practice in family medicine. Continue Reading

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  • Womens Health

    Our physicians and medical providers are board certified in family medicine and have extensive training in gynecology and women’s health. They can provide you with personalized, holistic, and empathetic care for the women’s health issues that you face. We believe in a collaborative approach and this entails both the physician and healthcare provider’s participation in Continue Reading

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  • Pediatrics & Immunizations

    Our physicians and medical providers are board certified in family medicine and have extensive pediatric training and are able to provide your children the highest quality medical care. As a physician, one of the areas of medicine I enjoy most is caring for kids. It is rewarding to participate in providing healthcare for babies, children, Continue Reading

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  • Osteopathic & Sports Medicine

    Osteopathic medicine is a distinctive form of medical care that is founded on the philosophy that all of our body systems are interrelated and dependent upon one another for good health. This philosophy was developed in 1874 by Dr. Andrew Taylor Still, who pioneered the concept of “Wellness” and recognized the importance of treating illness Continue Reading

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Adolescent Care

Our physicians and medical providers are trained to provide your teenager with the best and most comprehensive medical care to help them deal the physical, psychological, and medical problems that confront them during their adolescent years of 13-17. The care of adolescent boys and girls are a large part of our practice in family medicine. This period in your teenagers’ lives is a critical time during their development where they are maturing and developing into young adults and the decisions they make can have such an astounding impact on their lives. Adolescent medicine includes discussing the following topics with a focus of talking about the individual’s strengths, home life, education and employment, sexuality, review of activities and discussion of accident and injury prevention, drug, tobacco, and substance abuse use and prevention, and mood disorders and suicide prevention. We stand ready to help you as a parent and to help your son or daughter with the problems that they encounter to help them to be happiest and healthiest that they can be during their teenage years. We provide personalized and holistic comprehensive medical care for adolescents including: physical exams, sports physicals, camp physicals, immunizations, nutrition and exercise counseling, disease prevention, accident prevention, dermatology (including acne, eczema, atopic dermatitis, fungal infections, rashes etc.) , birth control, sexually transmitted diseases (counseling, prevention, and treatment), menstrual disorders (dysmenorrhea, amenorrhea, dysfunctional uterine bleeding), unintended pregnancy, substance abuse, Attention deficit disorder (ADD), Attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), mental health and mood disorders (including but not limited to depression, anxiety, panic disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, intermittent explosive disorder, suicide prevention, and post-traumatic stress disorder), pediatric endocrinology ( including delayed or precocious puberty, short stature or delayed growth), sports injuries, musculoskeletal problems (scoliosis, back pain, neck pain etc.), and eating disorders.