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Oahu Osteopathic Clinic: Helping Patients Feel Good Again

Mar 31, 2017 07:09AM

Dr. Mike Quirk, DO, is a family practitioner that specializes in treating pain and other medical conditions. His clinic is at Century Center in Honolulu. His approach is complementary and holistic while including mainstream treatments. With more than 35 years of experience, he excels in treating chronic and complicated conditions.

His vision is to promote wellness, improve health, and increase well-being through a balanced and natural approach. “My focus is to help all patients feel good again,” he reports.

His work is primarily manual medicine: treating disease by adjusting the spine or manipulating the body in specific ways. Not only does he treat back pain but also asthma, sinus problems, and many other medical conditions. Although he's worked in emergency rooms and ICUs, he now prescribes herbs and essential oils. If a joint adjustment does not work, he can still do a joint injection if needed.

The clinic is unique because of the diverse and complementary skills he possesses. With a wealth of knowledge and experience, he helps patients recover from painful, life-limiting conditions. These are often long-term problems that other treatments have been unable to resolve. He is very passionate about supporting everyone he sees to live as full a life as possible, without pain and restrictions.

Working closely with all his patients, he offers compassion and understanding to help encourage an empowered approach to healing and healthful living. This is reflected in the referrals and positive feedback he receives. Kris Mahealani Sutton, a patient and lomi lomi practitioner, says: “Dr. Mike is very knowledgeable, helpful and caring. I would highly recommend him.”

In addition to practicing medicine, Dr. Quirk also teaches and holds workshops on Oahu. Visit for the next event.

Location: 1750 Kalakaua Ave., Ste. 405, Honolulu. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 808-468-2461 or visit

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