Timothy S. Wolff, D.O.

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.

This method can provide a better result than drugs or surgery alone. Dr Wolff teaches students and patients how to prevent future illness and injury by promoting a healthy lifestyle.

Dr. Timothy Wolff is originally from a small farm in Northern Nebraska, where he attended the University of Nebraska and obtained a degree in Bio Science. In 1994, he graduated medical school and completed his residency in Wichita, KS. After marrying his wife shortly after, he decided to stay and practice family medicine in Wichita. Now, after 20 years, he has one of the most respected family medicine clinics in the Wichita, KS area.

Dr. Wolff’s advanced knowledge and passion for helping others have helped thousands of men, women and children in the Wichita area over the years.

As a well known doctor in Wichita, KS, some of his specialties include:

  • Board Certified Family Practice
  • Fellowship in Osteopathic Manipulation
  • Via Christi Teaching Staff
  • Medical Review Officer

About Osteopathic Medicine

A D.O. also helps address the physical and emotional needs of kids as they develop into young adults. Some people don’t know that innocent incidents, like a toddler falling down, can actually put a strain a child’s low back, sacrum or head. OMT can also help reduce the risk of ‘growing pains’, caused by injuries and growth spurts, as children grow older.

OMT is not just for kids, OMT doctors are trained to heal the whole person, not just prescribe medicine. OMT doctors, like Dr. Timothy Wolff, are here to get to the root of the problem, helping to potentially eliminate the condition altogether. Read more about the benefits of OMT and the difference between a DO and an MD doctor.

View Dr Wolff’s Health Blog

 

Kinda late, but realized the background on this social interaction phenomenon through an internet search. Found out i was to do it within 24 hours. Lou Gerhig’s disease is a condition many were not aware of. Awareness is KEY! Savannah is gonna like doing this more than her mother.

Posted by Rock Ridge Family Medicine on Monday, September 1, 2014

Posted by Rock Ridge Family Medicine on Monday, September 1, 2014

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