I am accepting new patients and look forward to welcoming you in to my practice.
Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine can be used to treat many medical conditions either as the primary treatment or as a form of complementary medicine.
Dr. Paulus offers specialty care in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine and utilizes a holistic medical approach to complement the unique Osteopathic philosophy to health care.
Osteopathic and medical services are offered for a wide array of acute and chronic problems in an office-based setting.
Hip Pain and Arthritis
Knee Pain and Arthritis
Shoulder Pain and Arthritis
Joint Problems: Ankle & Foot, Hand & Wrist
Muscular Sprains and Strains
Repetitive Motion Injuries
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
Hypermobility Spectrum Disorders and Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome
Digestive and Intestinal disorders when associated with back pain
Pelvic Floor Dysfunctions in men
Chronic Pain Conditions
Side effects following surgical procedures or fractures
There are many other medical conditions that can be treated with Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine that are not listed above. Please call me to discuss your medical condition to see if Osteopathy is appropriate.
I offer Osteopathic specialty care to men and women for medical conditions and injuries that can be treated utilizing Osteopathic Manipulation.
Children and Adolescents
I offer Osteopathic specialty care to Children and adolescents ages 5-18 years old for medical conditions and injuries that can be treated utilizing Osteopathic Manipulation.
Newborns and Young Children
I am not offering care for newborns and children younger than 5 years old at this time.
If you need a lab test, I send patients to the UVM Medical Center or occasionally Quest Diagnostics.
Most X-ray testing, MRI, CT Scans, Bone Density testing, and Ultrasounds are performed at UVM Medical Center Department of Radiology. Some MRI evaluations will be sent to Vermont Open MRI in South Burlington. I also make imaging referrals to hospitals outside of Chittenden County.
When necessary, I will make referrals to a Medical or Surgical specialist or subspecialists as well as referrals to Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Dietician/Nutritionist, Psychologist, Massage Therapy, Acupuncture, etc.
In the rare event that you require hospitalization, I will send you to the UVM Medical Center Emergency Room for acute care and the Hospital Specialist will admit you and manage your inpatient care.
No. I am residency trained in Family Medicine and use my medical training to make a more accurate diagnosis and provide a broader range of treatment options. However, I do not function as a Family Doctor or Primary Care Physician. I am a specialist Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine focus on conditions that can be treated with Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine.