Full Circle Osteopathic Medicine

Dr. Krembs helps his patients move towards greater health through the use of hands-on Osteopathic Manual Treatment (OMT) and an extensive knowledge of nutritional biochemistry, micronutrient supplementation, and several different types of powerful natural remedies. He is passionate about giving his patients tools to improve their self-care including postural, movement, and mindfulness/meditation practices as well as some useful insights from the basic principles of Ayurveda. He also has expertise with dry needling, prolotherapy and therapeutic injections for problematic nerves, fascia, tendons, ligaments, joints and myofascial trigger points.

Areas of particular interest include:

  • Issues related to pregnancy – back and pelvic pain, sciatica, nausea, breech or transverse presentations, headaches, constipation, exhaustion, anxiety and sleeplessness.
  • Treating new-borns, infants and children – difficulty nursing, reflux, colic, fussiness, plagiocephaly, torticollis, shoulder dystocia, poor immunity, food sensitivities, asthma, allergies, vaccine reactions, sinus and ear infections, poor growth, anxiety, ADHD, behavioral issues and sleeplessness
  • Treating adults with – sports injuries, arthritic pain, back/neck pain, pelvic pain, hip pain, headaches, indigestion, frequent infections, asthma, allergies, chronic sinusitis, autoimmune disorders, exhaustion, anxiety, depression and sleeplessness.
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Services

New Patient Osteopathic Manual Treatment

Osteopathic Manual Treatment (OMT) begins with a doctorate level understanding of the living human body’s web-like, interacting physiologic mechanisms. Highly sensitive hands are trained to find signs of dysfunction, and then to ease problem areas back to a point of integrated health and wholeness. Expect a review of chief complaints, complete health history, a brief introduction to Osteopathic Principles, and hands-on evaluation and treatment.

40 min. $200

New Patient Integrative Medicine Consultation

Osteopathic Medicine embraces a health centered and holistic approach to supporting the body’s self-correcting mechanism using time-tested and evidence based recommendations. Discussion may include topics such as: Dietary and supplement recommendations. Ordering and interpreting lab work or imaging. Posture retraining. Review of customized home exercises/stretches. Exploration of mindfulness, breathing and movement practices. Expect review of chief complaint and complete health history.

40 min. $220

Follow-up Patient Osteopathic Manual Treatment

Osteopathic Manual Treatment (OMT) begins with a doctorate level understanding of the living human body’s web-like, interacting physiologic mechanisms. Highly sensitive hands are trained to find signs of dysfunction, and then to ease problem areas back to a point of integrated health and wholeness. Expect a review of chief complaints, any interim changes, and hands-on evaluation and treatment.

40 min, $170

Follow-Up Patient Integrative Medicine Consultation

Osteopathic Medicine embraces a health centered, holistic approach that supports the body’s self-correcting mechanisms with time-tested and evidence-based recommendations. Discussion may include topics such as: Dietary and supplement recommendations. Ordering and interpreting lab work or imaging. Posture retraining. Review of customized home exercises/stretches. Exploration of mindfulness, breathing and movement practices. Expect a review of chief complaints and any interim changes.

40 min, $170

Follow-up Patient Injection Therapy and/or Dry Needling

Expect review chief complaints and any interim changes along with hands-on evaluation and application of nerve blocks, prolotherapy, ligament/tendon injections, trigger point injections and/or dry-needling. Also expect a brief osteopathic manual treatment at the end for rebalancing towards greater wholeness and integration.

40 min. $170

About Josh

Dr. Krembs earned his medical degree from the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine in Southern Maine, and became Board-Certified through the American Osteopathic Board of Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine (AOBNMM) after completing residency training at St. Barnabas Hospital in New York City. He has been trained, through more than 15 years of extensive mentorship and coursework, in the subtle yet powerful Biodynamic approach to Osteopathic diagnosis and treatment, which allows for the precise correction of dysfunction in any body part or system with the most gentle technique.

Dr. Krembs has extensive teaching experience, with hundreds of hours spent training medical students and residents in a private office setting. He is also a frequent lecturer on Osteopathic Principles and general health topics. His ongoing class series on Osteopathic Self-Care can serve as an introduction to the world of mindfulness-based practices, or as a way to simply join with community and deepen one’s journey into meditation and body awareness.

“I approach each encounter as an opportunity to help my patient experience the sensation of their tissues moving and breathing more freely. Cultivating more familiarity with how the body expresses its basic fluid nature and wholeness is invaluable in the pursuit of greater resilience and Health.” ~ Josh Krembs, D.O.

In his free time, Dr. Krembs enjoys climbing, camping, skiing, and moving to good music as
forms of inspiration, and he loves sharing adventures with his friends and family.