Brant Koenig, D.C., Physical Medicine of Oklahoma
Physical Medicine of Oklahoma
Topic: “How to Help Your Body Heal Itself”
Audience: Working and retired adults
Territory: Metro Oklahoma City: south to Moore, east to Midwest City, west to Yukon and Piedmont and north to Guthrie
For former exercise physiologist, certified personal trainer and nutritionist Brant Koenig, pursuing a career in physical healing was a natural next step. But rather than getting a medical degree, he chose to become a chiropractor, focusing on using the body’s innate intelligence to heal itself of disease or after an injury – with the right kind of help.
His practice, Physical Medicine of Oklahoma in Edmond, which opened in 2014, is a fully-integrated, multi-specialty wellness clinic concentrating on the treatment and rehabilitation of injuries to bones, muscles, joints, tendons, ligaments and related tissues.
Along with traditional chiropractic treatments for pain and overall wellness, Physical Medicine of Oklahoma’s professional staff of four chiropractors, a medical doctor and a physician’s assistant helps patients heal naturally, avoid surgery, reduce or eliminate the need for prescription drugs and minimize discomfort.
Their treatments include stem cell therapy and platelet rich plasma, degenerative knee therapy, spinal decompression, trigger point injections and physical therapy. The more than 250 patients who come to the clinic each week range from newborns to retired farmers and from the weekend warrior to the elite athlete.
Dr. Koenig’s fitness and athletic background has helped him hone a healthcare phi-losophy of total body health and wellness care. Patients are given their own individual-ized chiropractic treatment plan that matches their needs and commitment to their health, along with educational consultations to help enhance all aspects of daily living through healthier living.
Dr. Brant Koenig earned his Doctor of Chiropractic from Cleveland Chiropractic Col-lege in Kansas City and a B.S. in Exercise and Fitness Management from the University of Central Oklahoma.