Brian Loveless, DO received his Doctor of Osteopathy degree in 2002 from the College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific, Western University of Health Sciences. He completed a residency in Family Medicine at Chino Valley Medical Center in Chino, California. He founded Health in Motion Medical Group in Chino in 2008, and is now an Assistant Professor of OMM at Western University of Health Sciences. He specializes in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine, focusing on a natural, hands-on approach to the treatment of diseases and injuries.
My name is Juli Singley.I got your name thru my doctor Patrick Serynek DO. In the last 2 1/2 years had 5 surgeries on my right leg due to a sledding accident, damaged my perononal nerve. The only insurance I have is thru Kaiser, they do provide chiropratic service thru American Specialty Health Network. I don’t see that insurane on your web, would it be possible for you to accept that insurance in the future. I trust Dr. Serynek that’s why I have had five surgeries with him, but now I need a different approach to reduce the back and leg pain ongoing.
Hi Dr. Loveless,
I am currently looking for an OD and came upon your blog during my research. You have a lot of information in your blog, which is great! I still have not chosen a OD who specializes in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine, so many OD’s I come across are practicing other things which I find interesting. Anyhow…thanks for the info.
I am interested in a reference for this quote you have from Still in your article above on infection.
‘He looked specifically at the role of the musculoskeletal system in producing an environment where disease can take place. When he was asked his impression of the so-called “germ theory” of Pasteur , he stated that it was fine if people wanted to say that bacteria were present in disease, but that still doesn’t explain why a particular person is sick while another is not.’
I wondered who asked him and whether or not you have the text that this was taken from and what date it was recorded?
Hi Howard: Thanks for the comment. I looked at that reference, and I can’t seem to remember where I came up with that. I’m sure it was something I read while a student, but I’m not sure of the specific reference. I’ll do my best to work on finding something if I can. BL
Thanks Brian I would really appreciate your time on that.