Kathmandu Clinic turns two years old in 2020. My thoughts and reflections on opening up a micropractice in Kirkwood, MO.Read More Two to Twenty: Kathmandu Clinic Turns A Year Older
Last fall, we stumbled upon the The Kirkwood Historical Society at Mudd’s Grove, a 150 year-old house located in the heart of Kirkwood. They have an all-volunteer not-for-profit organization that preserves and promotes Kirkwood’s long and storied history. It is one of the many historical homes in and around St. Louis. We were just in […]Read More The Green Period.
Growing your own food is one of the most healthy activities you can do. Not only is a great way to get fresh organic fruits and vegetables, but it is also a great way to exercise and some fresh air. Many Americans here in Missouri can remember their parents or grandparents having a small vegetable […]Read More Grow Your Own Greens
I’m honored to have such wonderful patients and be able to serve my community . Thank you all that have provided me with feedback! Below are just a few examples of what patients have said about seeing me. “I have been so impressed by the support and quick response time by Dr. Strong. I went […]Read More Feedback
Ayurveda in Sanskrit comes from ayur, or life and veda, or knowledge. It is a 5,000 year tradition of living. The rishis, or sages, knew that our mind, body, and ātman, our internal essence, we all connected. In medical school, we called this the biopsychosocial aspected of a patient. There is real science to the knowledge of […]Read More Ayurveda for Health
The practice of meditation to relieve human suffering has existed for over 2500 years in different parts of the world. Since the 1970s mindfulness has been applied to psychological health issues in a secular context. Meditation, in whichever form, can be beneficial for people. I encourage my patients to meditate if they want to. Below […]Read More A Quick Guide to Meditation
Dear old Doctor that give truckers their speed, Dear new Doctor that give mothers their weed. We need an ear. We need our doctors to listen –Not hear. Dear old Doctors that stood high in their pulpit, Spouting, pushing words like as if it were the Gita, in Sanskrit. Your days of verbal scripts […]Read More Dear old Doctors, Dear new Doctors
Since opening up Kathmandu Clinic, my personalized private medical clinic, I recently found out that I am one of only a handful of physicians in the St. Louis area that provides Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment (OMT). “What is OMT and osteo-whos-it medicine?” I get this question quite frequently! Osteopathic medicine was founded in 1892 in Kirksville, […]Read More A rare bird: An Osteopathic Physician in St. Louis
I wanted to share my first home visit experience. But first… if you have paid attention to the pictures or been in my office, you know that that there is a pretty blue OMM table (people use OMT and OMM interchangeably and sometimes it gets confusing: osteopathic manipulative therapy versus medicine…I am over explaining this because […]Read More Home visits
Opening up a concierge practice is hard stuff. My physician journey from Jefferson City, MO has lead me to Kirkwood! Ilove living and working in the Kirkwood area. I have now officially opened my new private personalized medical practice. It is of a concierge model, without the retainer! And yes, I am currently accepting new […]Read More A New Concierge Practice is Now Open!