Primary Care Williston, ND
Dr. John M. Clair DO, Internal Medicine Specialist, is accepting new patients for Adult Medicine, Primary Care. He accepts most of the major insurances. Dr. John M. Clair DO, FACOI Is a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine and a Fellow of the American College of Osteopathic Internists. He is a graduate of the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine, where he was trained with a focus on rural medicine with a holistic approach.
In daily practice, he aims to provide an integrative approach to the individual’s highest function. He looks at lifestyle, age, and abilities, then recommending a blend of traditional medicine, alternatives to traditional medicine, and nutritional support. Dr. Clair also has an interest in Functional Medicine. He has been a respected physician in Williston since 2015. Before opening his own practice, he worked at the local hospital as a Clinician and Hospitalist.
Osteopathic Manipulative Therapy is a holistic approach to wellness. It involves full body treatments or targeted manipulations for pain relief and general health. Using a variety of techniques, the doctor manipulates the joints of the body to stimulate the brain. The right chemicals are produced to move the body to wellness. (Treatments may be covered by insurance.)
The techniques the doctor uses are not invasive. They do not involve needles or surgery. Osteopathic manipulation is about moving freely and naturally. The doctor’s hands move gently and rhythmically to move the body without any pain involved. The doctor’s hands are able to pass through the body to reach any point. Osteopathic manipulation works by stimulating the nervous system and the entire body, not just the muscles.
If you’re looking for alternative healing, you may want to look at osteopathic manipulative therapy. This is a treatment that is used to help relieve the symptoms of certain diseases and conditions. Osteopathic doctors are specially trained in identifying the regions of your body that are causing you pain. They can use their hands, a gentle touch or other tools in order to make adjustments and provide you with relief from pain. Osteopathic manipulative therapy is used in order to achieve certain goals, such as improving your posture, reducing stress, and aiding with digestion.
After treatment, results can be seen immediately. This also depends on the amount of injections, the area injected, and how your body reacts to the procedure. You may have some swelling for approximately 3-7 days. After 2-3 weeks, the product settles, and you can enjoy your final results. To avoid residual bruising and swelling, please give yourself at least 2 weeks before any events or vacations.
A person’s longevity varies with the type of treatment he or she receives. Some bodies may metabolize the product quicker than others because the product is injected into the body.
Get in touch