Coronavirus/Covid-19 and Telemedicine

In response to the current pandemic, the office of Osteopathic PDX is temporarily closed. The office will reopen when it is safe for personal and public health.  In the interim, telemedicine consultation is available for new and established patients.  Dr. Esmer is available to see patients through an online portal that is very easy to use.  If you would like to schedule an appointment, please contact scheduling at 503.412.2392. We will provide you with all needed instructions, including online portal support. 

 

Telemedicine is well covered by most insurance plans, even more so during the Coronavirus pandemic.

 
Obviously, osteopathic manipulation cannot be performed virtually.  The telemedicine focus will be on further developing exercise and stretching prescriptions along with home osteopathic self-care to optimize your body's capacity to reduce pain and increase function.  This includes bolstering immune function. 
 
If you are an established patient and you have a concern that can be addressed in a 5-10 minute phone conversation, call Dr. Esmer directly at 503.970.2303.


Osteopathic PDX is committed to transforming the quality of life
for people who suffer from pain.

 


 

Osteopathic PDX is a micro-practice dedicated to patient-centered care.  The setting is mindful, timely, and unhurried.  During your visit, you will have ample time to get to know Dr. Esmer, while he takes the time to address your concerns, establish the diagnosis, and provide treatment.

 

Board certified in Osteopathic Manual Medicine, Greg Esmer, D.O., uses a range of approaches to restore health to those suffering from pain.  While his comprehensive training in Western medicine includes performing surgery, prescribing medication and interpreting MRIs, Dr. Esmer focuses on non-invasive treatments.  These include osteopathic manual treatment, injections, postural training and mind/body medicine.


Dr. Esmer was recently voted "Top Doc" by the physicians of metropolitan Portland in Portland Monthly Magazine.