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Corbin Ballam, DO

Corbin Ballam, DO

Growing up I was an Eagle Scout and have always been passionate about helping people. When I was in middle school, I had a traumatic injury to my ear. After a two hour wait in the lobby, the provider I saw did not even look in my ear. It was then I decided to be a doctor because, in addition to helping people, I wanted to deliver better care than what I had experienced.

As a doctor of osteopathic medicine, I focus on the whole person, not just the disease. I offer osteopathic manipulative treatment (OMT) in my office because I believe OMT can speed up the healing process of many conditions. I also teach patients how to use OMT at home so they can continue the healing process.

I believe my patients would say they like how I explain things using layman’s terms and that I get straight to the point. I respect their time and try to understand why they are seeing me prior entering the exam room so our time together can be focused on what’s causing their concern and how to treat it. As a D.O., I consider more than traditional medication and will offer alternative therapies and let patients choose the best option for them.

Outside of my practice I enjoy spending time with family, swimming and building and programming electronics.

Medical Education

Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine, Lewisburg, WV

Residency, Internal Medicine, Midwestern University—Canyon Vista Medical Center, Sierra Vista, AZ

Office Northwest Allied Physicians at Oro Valley Hospital 1521 E. Tangerine Road, Suite 315 Oro Valley, AZ 85755 Phone: 520-901-6350 Fax: 520-901-6351

Internal Medicine
Corbin Ballam, DO

Week of August 18th, 2019

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