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Welcome to OIM!

Osteopathic Integrative Medicine was founded in 2006 with the intention of offering the best possible individualized care focusing on health as opposed to disease. Treating patients the way we would want our family treated was the founding principle then and still is today as our team has grown to 5 physicians, 6 additional health service providers and 3 staff members.
What really makes us different is that our approach to caring for our patients focuses on the whole person. Health is about emotional, spiritual and physical wellbeing. We offer a unique, integrated approach to help our patient’s heal. Our deep understanding of anatomy and physiology, combined with the art and science of osteopathic care gives our patients a true path to health.

Services Offered

Call now to schedule an appointment (303) 350-7990

What is Osteopathy?

At the heart of osteopathy is in the recognition of the body’s ability to heal itself, with some help. Therefore, when assessing the patient, the osteopathic physician considers the body as an integrated unit, comprised of multiple complex functions and interrelated structures.

Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (OMM) involves a wide variety of techniques applied to the neuromusculoskeletal system. These techniques can be applied to the joints, their surrounding soft tissues and fluids, muscles, nerves and membranes (fascia). OMM is not limited to any specific individual strain, or disease process. Anyone can benefit from OMM, as it addresses the neuromusculoskeletal or mechanical components of a disease, or complaint.

Athletic Trainers (ATs)- What are they and what do they do at OIM?

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By technical definition: Athletic trainers (ATs) are highly qualified, multi-skilled health care professionals who collaborate with physicians to provide preventative services, emergency care, clinical diagnosis, therapeutic intervention, and rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions. Athletic trainers work under the direction of a physician as prescribed by state licensure statutes. Here at OIM we work in collaboration with and under direction of the OIM physicians. We provide the spectrum of care from A–injury prevention to Z–Return to activity -beyond activities of daily living but to functional performance of your prior activity level and sometimes beyond. A care profile may include movement screenings…

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How Swallowing Incorrectly Can Affect Your Eyes

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The bones that make up the hard palate also make up the orbit, the eye socket. The maxillary and palatine bones make up the hard palate and also form the floor of the orbit. With an interest in treating the jaw and eyes, I have recently had a curiosity in understanding how tongue thrusting (AKA- reverse or immature swallow) reshapes the hard palate over time and could ultimately affect the eyes. Recently listening to a lecture by Dr. Holly Baller at NEO Smiles (www.neo-smiles.com), she was pointing out a case study about a child who after palate expansion had improvement…

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These 2 Suffered From Migraines For Years, Here’s What Finally Worked…

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Andrea had suffered with migraines for about 9 years that started in her early 30’s. There was really no clear reason why she started getting migraine headaches. She theorized that maybe the pain started from overuse and poor ergonomics as an ultrasound tech. All she knew was her headaches felt like having being stabbed by a “sharp knife” behind her right eye and the right top of her head. Consistently she would get these debilitating headaches about every 2 weeks that required her to seclude herself in a room for about 3 days. When it was all over, she still did…

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We are located on W Jewell Ave between Wadsworth and Kipling across from Kendrick Lake.

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