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Board certification should be one of your top considerations when choosing a doctor. Board certification is an official recognition given to doctors who have met specific requirements set by national medical specialty boards in the... More
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Board certification indicates that a doctor is highly qualified in the medical field in which he or she practices. A board-certified doctor is more likely than a non-board-certified doctor to have the most current skills and knowledge about how to treat your medical condition.
Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine
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Graduated in 2006
Completed in 2007
Completed in 2009
Completed in 2011
Completed in 2010
Graduated in 2001
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Is pain killing your passion?
IN2IT Medical specializes in non-surgical solutions to treat pain with minimal down time and rapid recovery.
Dancer- I was scheduled for a summer internship at Jacob's Pillow Dance when I injured my ankle. I was worried that this injury would jeopardize my ability to complete the internship of a lifetime. Following a regenerative injection to repair some damaged ligaments in my ankle, I was back dancing in time to participate at 100% in the internship.
Gardener- The ache in my elbow started as a mild nuisance which I thought would eventually go away. Well, it didn't. It continued to increase until I could no longer grip a shovel due to pain. It was difficult not being able to do the things I loved. I was glad to find Dr. Chappell who helped describe all my treatment options that led to successful treatment of my elbow pain. I am now back to gardening without difficulty.
Mom- During my second pregnancy I began to experience low back and hip pain that was making life difficult. I was having a hard time keeping up with my job and being a mom. Dr. Chappell treated me using gentle Osteopathic Manipulation, which greatly improved my pain. He also taught me several exercises which were helpful and keeping my pain at a minimum.
Common conditions treated:
Sprains and strains
Ligament, tendon and muscle injuries
Osteoarthritis and joint pain
Back and neck pain
Sacroiliac pain and instability
Sciatica and nerve pain
Pelvic pain and pain related to pregnancy
I'm Dr. Craig Chappell, and I serve anyone suffering from acute or chronic pain that limits activity, utilizing advanced diagnostics to find, name and treat your pain generators with nonsurgical treatment options. Prior to moving home to Utah, I spent several years as team physician for Ohio University. I was also the medical director for the acclaimed SHAPe clinic, which specializes in the treatment of elite performing artists.
Whatever it is that's slowing you down, my goal is to get you back IN2IT using evidence-based treatment options that have been proven to work.
Please call for a consultation or check out our website, and reclaim your life!
AS A PATIENT, IT IS EXTREMELY FRUSTRATING TO SEEK HELP JUST TO BE MISDIAGNOSED AND MISTREATED.
At In2it Medical, we are committed to always:
Dr. Chappell prides himself on listening and being able to precisely determine your main pain generator. After obtaining a diagnosis, Dr. Chappell will then share with you possible treatment options and allow you to guide the treatment process. Given the correct diagnosis, and with a little well-directed intention, healing can occur, pain will diminish, and function will improve.
Healing is intuitive. It's not something you think about. In most cases it's not even something you take time off work for. So why does it still hurt? Although healing is intuitive, in most cases, just like the original injury, it's unintentional. Common to popular belief, optimal healing requires intention! To achieve integrity or completeness, intentional treatment is a must.
This is what we call INTENTIONAL INTEGRITY.