Get To Know Our Doctors
Dennis W. Remington, M.D.
Dennis Remington M.D. graduated from the University of Alberta Medical School in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada in 1969. He completed his rotating internship at the Foothills Hospital in Calgary, Alberta. After practicing in Family Practice for 10 years in Calgary, he relocated to Provo, Utah where he has practiced since 1980. He is nationally know as the co-author of a number of books including How To Lower Your Fat Thermostat, Back to Health: A Comprehensive Medical and Nutritional Yeast Control Program, The Bitter Truth About Artificial Sweeteners, and the audiotape series The Neuropsychology of Weight Control. He is a member of the American Academy of Environmental Medicine and the American College for the Advancement of Medicine.
There are two types of physicians in the United States. DOs and MDs.are both fully-qualified physicians licensed to prescribe medication and perform surgery - but DOs bring something extra to the practice of medicine.
DOs combine today's medical technology with their ears to listen caringly to their patients, with their eyes to see each patient as a whole person, and with their hands to diagnose and treat patients for injury and illness. The DO approach to medicine:
· "Whole person approach”
· Focus on “Preventive health care”.
· “Extra training in the musculoskeletal system
· “Osteopathic manipulative treatment” (OMT). With OMT, osteopathic physicians use their hands to diagnose illness and injury and to encourage your body's natural tendency toward good health.
Dr. Jan E. Badertscher, D.O. is an Osteopathic physician. Dr. Jan completed her medical school training at Touro University Nevada in Henderson, Nevada. She completed a Family Medicine/OMM Residency program in Miami, Florida. She has additional training in Cranial-sacral therapies, Prolotherapy, Regenerative Medicine, Pain Medicine, Homeopathy, plus numerous alternative and complementary modalities.