Do the search your self, my search did not copy in nice order, specially the phones did not copy, you have got 78 osteopaths working in your area.
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Name City State ZIP Primary Specialty
Gerard A. Ashbeck, DO Colorado Springs CO 80909 Emergency Medicine
Gina C. Bamberger, DO Colorado Springs CO 80907 Family Practice
Steven J. Barrick, DO Colorado Springs CO 80919 Family Practice
Bert E. Bergland, DO Colorado Springs CO 80906 Family Practice
Peter Bianco, DO Colorado Springs CO 80918 Obstetrics & Gynecology
Jeff K. Blixt, DO Colorado Springs CO 80911 Family Practice
Ronald D. Blonder, DO Colorado Springs CO 80907 Cardiology
Mark E. Bodman, DO Colorado Springs CO 80920 Family Practice
Keith O. Bodrero, DO, PhD Colorado Springs CO 80922 Family Practice
Karen C. Campbell, DO Colorado Springs CO 80910 Family Practice
Patrick M. Carter, DO Colorado Springs CO 80919 Family Practice
Anthony J. Christoff, DO Colorado Springs CO 80903 Family Practice
Peter J. Clothier, DO Colorado Springs CO 80918 Family Practice
Gregory B. Collins, DO Colorado Springs CO 80909 Family Practice
Alexios C. Constantinides, DO Colorado Springs CO 80918 Family Practice
Thomas J. Czelatdko, DO Colorado Springs CO 80906 Emergency Medicine
William L. Denam, Jr, DO Colorado Springs CO 80907 Emergency Medicine
Joel Dickerman, DO Colorado Springs CO 80903 Family Practice
Andrew R. Ellias, DO Colorado Springs CO 80906 Internal Medicine
Jeremiah F. Ellias, DO Colorado Springs CO 80906 Emergency Medicine
Laura Feldman, DO Colorado Springs CO 80906 Family Practice
Mark S. Fraley, DO Colorado Springs CO 80909 Family Practice
David R. Furrow, Jr, DO Colorado Springs CO 80907 Neuromusculoskeletal Med/OMT
David S. Gibbons, DO Colorado Springs CO 80917 Family Practice
Stacy L. Greenspan, DO Colorado Springs CO 80910 Radiology
Gerald A. Hamstra, DO Colorado Springs CO 80909 Family Practice
Mary E. Harrow, DO Colorado Springs CO 80918 Family Practice
Monica M. Hassett, DO Colorado Springs CO 80903 Family Practice
David L. Headley, DO Colorado Springs CO 80907 Hematology & Oncology
Thomas W. Higginbotham, DO Colorado Springs CO 80904 Preventive Med-Occupation Med
Randall G. Hoffman, DO Colorado Springs CO 80903 Family Practice
Charles G. Hughes, DO Colorado Springs CO 80918 Dermatology
Charles L. Johnson, DO Colorado Springs CO 80909 Family Practice
George J. Juetersonke, DO Colorado Springs CO 80917 Endocrinology
Adrienne Kania, DO Colorado Springs CO 80904 Internal Medicine
K. Scott Kime, DO Colorado Springs CO 80918 Emergency Medicine
LTC Jorge O. Klajnbart, DO Colorado Springs CO 80906 Orthopedics
John B. Kurish, DO Colorado Springs CO 80918 Family Practice
Susan Lynn Lepire, DO Colorado Springs CO 80904 Family Practice
Mark A. Levstik, DO Colorado Springs CO 80921 Family Practice/OMM
Shirat Ling, DO Colorado Springs CO 80907 Family Practice
Craig A. Loerzel, DO Colorado Springs CO 80918 Pediatrics
Bryan M. Mahan, DO Colorado Springs CO 80907 Thoracic Cardiovascular Surg
William J. Mandell, DO, JD Colorado Springs CO 80919 Family Practice
Kae Patrick McCaffery, DO Colorado Springs CO 80903 Pediatrics
Shane E. McCarthy, DO Colorado Springs CO 80907 Family Practice
Thomas T. McCarthy, DO Colorado Springs CO 80910 Orthopedic Surgery
William K. McCarty, DO Colorado Springs CO 80909 Otorhinolaryngology
COL Lynn S. McCurdy, DO Colorado Springs CO 80921 Diagnostic Radiology
Thomas E. McCurdy, DO Colorado Springs CO 80921 Obstetrics & Gynecology
Susan Michele McMaster, DO Colorado Springs CO 80910 Family Practice
LTC Christopher R. McNulty, DO Colorado Springs CO 80919 Family Practice
Joyce E. Michael, DO Colorado Springs CO 80920 Family Practice
Russell Parker, DO Colorado Springs CO 80904 Osteo Manipulative Medicine
Amy Paul, DO Colorado Springs CO 80906 Dermatology
Stacey J. Porterfield, DO Colorado Springs CO 80919 Family Practice
Karen C. Ramstrom, DO Colorado Springs CO 80910 Family Practice
Kenneth S. Raper, DO Colorado Springs CO 80908 Family Practice
Sheldon J. Ravin, DO Colorado Springs CO 80910 Family Practice
Michelle K. Reed, DO Colorado Springs CO 80903 Geriatrics
Ronald O. Royce, DO Colorado Springs CO 80910 Orthopedic Surgery
Vernon M. Rubick, DO Colorado Springs CO 80909 Family Practice
Sidney Rubinow, DO Colorado Springs CO 80906 Obstetrics & Gynecology
Donald G. Spradlin, DO Colorado Springs CO 80962 Geriatrics
Michele Straka, DO Colorado Springs CO 80924 Family Practice
Lloyd L. Strode, Jr, DO Colorado Springs CO 80919 Family Practice
LTC Edwin Charles Telfer, DO Colorado Springs CO 80918 Family Practice
Kathleen J. Vedock, DO Colorado Springs CO 80918 Pediatrics
Mark W. Walton, DO Colorado Springs CO 80909 Family Practice
Walter H. Watts, DO Colorado Springs CO 80911 Family Practice
Brien J. Whittington, DO Colorado Springs CO 80907 Family Practice
Joshua S. Will, DO Colorado Springs CO 80907 Family Practice
Scott B. Woody, DO Colorado Springs CO 80918 Family Practice
John R. Wright, DO Colorado Springs CO 80909 Ophthalmology
MAJ Kathryn M. Zamboni-Cutter, DO Colorado Springs CO 80906 Obstetrics & Gynecology
Mark B. Zamboni-Cutter, DO Colorado Springs CO 80906 Family Practice
James A. Zimmer, DO Colorado Springs CO 80911 Family Practice
David H. Zirkle, DO Colorado Springs CO 80918 Family Practice
Been a while since I have updated but I have been on 50mcg of synthroid for 1 month. Just got my test results back, look pretty low to me. Upped it to 100mcg 3 days ago, thinking I really need some T3 meds on top of T4, or Armour to replace both.
Free T3 .71
Free T4 .94
We checked prolactin because my nipples are pretty puffy and I can sqeeze a tiny bit of liquid out. Last time e2 was at 23, so I dunno wtf is going on! I'm pretty sure it's from TRH with the hypothyroidism, but not sure how to control it..
Will lowering TSH lower prolactin? It was at 8 when my tsh was 4.0X and now it is the same!
I've got some igf-1 to help me lose weight, but I dont want to add anything to the mix untill I can figure out the puffy nipples!
My prolactin has been at 8 for the past few months... Could pregesterone alone cause puffy nipples? I suppose I should check estrone, and recheck estradiol..?
When I get out of the shower, 3/4 of the aereola is all perked up with the nipple, yet there is no hard tissue.. just fat. I haven't felt any, nor has my female osteo doc. Weird **** man
My aunt just passed away 3 days ago, so I have to fly out the Kansas City for her memorial.. I'm amazed at how well I have learned to cope with death and sadness. I can see that she is no longer suffering and in pain, and I can relate. Just wish I could have been there for her, she was like a second Mom to me.
Are there any good HRT docs out in KS? I may have an opportunity to take over her house, as it's been in our family since my dad was a baby. (I love spending summers out there.)
I think I may have a mild Hemrrhoid, my ass has been itching like crazy for a week.. I believe this is due to upping my synthroid to 100mcg, but not having the doc up my prescription. I was w/o meds for 3-5 days so I was constipated. But it will get better... I feel like a damn 90yr old!!!!! I am 23 years old, single and totally falling apart!! What's next?
The titanium plates in my face were hurting a LOT yesterday, and were even swollen. They have hurt before, due to barometric pressure chances and temperature, but not like this. This hurt worse then when my face was actually shattered!
I had to go to the ER to make sure they weren't falling out or anything... missed work yesterday, and still not at work today, as my MD is supposed to call me about what to do.
I am not sure if this is due to my testosterone lowering even more, reducing my pain tolerence or what.. I am not known to even mention my pain, as I deal with chronic pain anyways. I have the whole "I'm a man" attitude, so I keep my pain bottle up well.
Got my grimey, greasy hands on some adex!!
I took 1/8th of a MG (.125mg) yesterday.. Hope my nipple swelling goes down, at this low dose, I am not setting myself up for rebound or anything.. am I? I am assuming even .1mg E3D should keep aromatase from bouncing back, as there is a 36hr half-life, but I am not a doctor. The idea is to slowly up it, so I don't suffer any side-effects. Should I wait 2 weeks, or is 1 week enough to determine how low my E2 is getting? Is the dosing linear to the ammount of e2 suppression?
I ask some weird questions, but I appreciate any EDUCATED replies.
There' s no blood, or external hemrrhoids. Even after showering. No biggy, my thyroid/testosterone and face are my main concerns LOL
You don't think I will experience something soon, such as a mental affects or slight rise in body temp/metabolism with the adex?
yoiur nipple sounds like mine...keep me updated..
my prolactin is 10.6, not sure if the CNDN docs will care...
The ironic thing is that I never abused anabolics because I was afraid of having these type of issues, and I got them anyways! Kind of sketchy, especially when you are about to go on TRT.
My prolactin was at 9.8, I believe, which is not "optimal" but it is mid-range. My doc rechecked it, and was not concerned, as it was the same.
so dr. J, a PRL level of 10 is ok by you??
I just got back from driving 2 hours to see an anti-aging doctor.
He told me my testosterone is low (well duh) and he thinks my thyroid is okay now... Yet he says my case is "too complicated" for him to treat... He told me a month ago he was willing to try and help me, and sounded so confident in his abilities.
"Another one bites the dust!"
Having to pay $1000+ to feel normal again is becoming more and more real, as self-treatment is just asking for more trouble. I don't even know why I am paying $300/mo for insurance, when these damn doctors act like my health is of no concern.
I feel like I am never going to get help. This is making me more and more depressed. And having my aunt, who I was close to, just die of cancer 4 days ago is not helping...
My outlook on life right now is pretty poor...I honestly just want to go to sleep and end all this suffering. I love life, but not when I am totally miserable! And now I have a lump under my right nipple.. Hey at least it matches the fat... now I am starting to really look like a fat, pregnant woman.
Hang in there SMC....you will work this out and live a life most can only dream of...and sooner than you think.
That has been my attitude for the past 6 years.. I am turning 24 aug 30th, and my goal from around a year ago was to at least feel a little better by then.. I am only getting worse and nobody but me takes it seriously.. I am ready to take my health into my own hands, if needed be. I prefer to have a doctor to confer with though, it just seems smart.
At least my osteo is willing to try an antibiotic, thinking the knot under my nipple may just be an infection... But seeing how I have all the extra fat around them, small ammount of fluid when squeezed, and the pain when I touch it, seems estrogenic to me.
I can't even take my shirt off anymore.. My confidence shrinks daily, and I gave up on sex 4 years ago, as I dont ejaculate and don't even feel anything during intercourse!
I'd love to see Dr. John or Dr Shippen. Maybe even just get my osteo on the phone with one of them, so we can do a clinical trial.. I mean.. ANYTHING!
Honestly, I no longer care about the cause to all this.. I just want my quality of life back.. Add in Armour, testosterone and cortisol if needed, and let's see wtf happens!!!
I should be out making sweet love to all the women that are interested in me, fixing my car and just enjoying life! I have so much potential, I am a very smart guy and am very talented in so many areas, yet I feel so blunted by all my problems.
I feel like I am just plain not me anymore, it's a terrible feeling!