Dr Timothy Wolff DO
Dr. Timothy Wolff, DO.
Dr. Timothy Wolff, DO is a family medicine specialist in Bel Aire, KS. He specializes in family medicine and neuromuscular medicine.

Rock Ridge Family Medicine

Advanced healthcare made personal.
  • Mon - 7AM-4:30PM
  • Tue - 9AM–6:30PM
  • Wed - 8AM–4:30PM
  • Thu - 7AM-12:00PM
  • Fri - 7AM–4:30PM
  • Sat - Closed
  • Sun - Closed

8010 East 53rd St N, Bel Aire, KS
Osteopathic Medicine & Pediatrics

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Local #: 316-630-8200

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About Dr. Timothy Wolff

Dr. Timothy Wolff offers a special hands-on approach to patient care and does Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment (OMT), read about the difference here. He believes that all parts of the body work together; looking at the patient as a whole to reach a diagnosis rather than just treating the symptoms.

April: World Autism Awareness Month

April 2nd is an internationally recognized Autism Awareness Day. Every April, people, and organizations around the world focus on providing opportunities to increase awareness and understanding of people living with autism. Children and adults with autism are often subject to discrimination and stigma which often leads to failure to meet health-care needs, education, and opportunities [...]

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COVID-19 Notice From Rock Ridge Family Medicine in Wichita

“Feeling confused as to why Coronavirus is a bigger deal than Seasonal flu? Here it is in a nutshell. I hope this helps. Feel free to share this to others who don’t understand... It has to do with RNA sequencing.... I.e. genetics. Seasonal flu is an “all human virus”. The DNA/RNA chains that make up [...]

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Activities & Calming Methods for ADHD Children

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March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

Throughout the year, and especially during March Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, survivors, caregivers, and loved ones are empowered to share their stories, raise awareness, advocate for policy change, and support research. What are the signs that you should have a Colonoscopy? Changes in routine bowel movement might give a clue to impending colon cancer. Things [...]

By |March 9th, 2020|advice, news|0 Comments

Autism Spectrum Disorders in Childhood

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) involves pervasive developmental disorders that affect the way a child behaves and interacts with others. The autism spectrum is very wide and involves impairments in cognitive development, social skills, and emotional control and regulation. Some children may have severe symptoms, others may not. In general, children with the autism spectrum show [...]

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The Importance of Sleep for Children

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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in Children

It is not unusual for children to occasionally become fidgety, forget things, or cannot focus on one activity or task for longer periods. While you may be concerned when your child’s teacher tells you that he has difficulties focusing or that he daydreams in class, this still doesn’t mean that your child has ADHD. However, [...]

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Obesity in Children

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How to Develop Healthy Self-Esteem in Children and Adolescents?

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Understanding Child Development

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