Let us help with your back pain, headache, joint pain, and more!
20+ years as a Board Certified Family Doctor.
35+ years experience in healthcare.
Osteopathic Manipulative Therapy
Cranial-Sacral (Use of the body's internal rhythms)
Myofascial Release (Deep-tissue and cross fiber massage)
Muscle Energy (Gentle stretching to improve movement)
High-Velocity, Low-Amplitude (Back “popping”. Never done on the neck.)
Strain Counter-Strain (Relieves muscle tension)
We follow strict Covid-19 precautions.
Most Health, Auto, and Worker's Comp. Insurances Accepted
As a family doctor, Dr. Quirk is able to accept Medicare part B, HMSA, HMAA, UHA, and many other insurances, including Sedgwick for occupational injuries. He also takes worker's comp and auto insurance. Sorry - Kaiser is not accepted.
Visits are $150 without insurance. We accept all major credit cards.
About Mike Quirk, DO
Dr. Mike Quirk, DO has been Board Certified in Family Medicine and Osteopathic Therapy for over 20 years. He has been a Medical Director for multiple community clinics and has received numerous awards for his community work.
Former board member of the Washington Osteopathic Medical Association, His mentors include: Viola Fryman, DO, Founder of two different medical schools and Cranial-Sacral researcher, John(?) Jones DO, grandson of the originator of Strain Counter-Strain therapy, and Joel Alter DO, who helped found the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine.
What is a DO (Osteopathic Physician)?
DOs are licensed physicians who can prescribe and practice in all specialty areas, including surgery, in the United States. They complete approximately four years of medical school followed by graduate medical education through internship and residency programs typically lasting three to eight years. In addition, DOs receive extra training in the musculoskeletal system, providing them with an in-depth knowledge of the ways that illness or injury in one part of the body can affect another. As one of the fastest-growing segments of health care professionals in the nation, the number of DOs has grown more than 200% during the past 25 years.