Meet the Doctors
Doctor James Kontaratos
Dr. Kontaratos is a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic and board certified with Texas and Arizona for specialty in Sports Medicine. Dr. Kontaratos is also a Designated Workers Compensation Doctor specializing in Independent Medical Examinations and is board certified in impairment ratings in Texas. While focusing on noninvasive treatment, Dr. Kontaratos continues his education through extensive seminars including the study of symptoms and rehabilitation on Carpel Tunnel Syndrome. He has been honored in Strathmore’s 2002-2003 “Who’s Who” publication for demonstrating leadership and achievement in his field. Dr. Kontaratos is also the Clinic Director of Advanced Comprehensive Medical.
One of the most gratifying honors ever accorded to James N. Kontaratos, DC came in the form of an invitation to lend a hand at the United States Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado, where his skills were put to work helping world-class American athletes prepare for triumph at the 2004 Summer Games in Athens, Greece.
Dr. Kontaratos and his practice have been featured in the Chiropractic Products Magazine “Chiropractic Advantage” and also in ON Magazine “Doctor Q&A”.
Doctor Omid Ghalambor
Dr. Omid Ghalambor is an internist, anesthesiologist and fellowship-trained interventional pain specialist from Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School. Dr. Ghalambor is a diplomat of American Board of Anesthesiologist with subspecialty certification in pain management. He is also a fellow in interventional pain management, a prestigious diploma awarded by the World Institute of Pain.
Dr. Ghalambor is board certified by the American Board of Pain Management. After a year training in the preliminary internal medicine in Harbor Hospital, affiliated with Johns Hopkins Medical School in Baltimore, MD, he received his training in anesthesiology at John H. Stroger Hospital in Chicago, IL.
Dr. Ghalambor is a trained acupuncturist from Harvard Medical School and a member of the American Society of Interventional Pain Management (ASIPP) and the Spine Intervention Society (SIS). He believes in comprehensive, multidisciplinary pain management and says that “the best results are achieved after a balanced, individualized combination of medical therapy, interventions, physical therapy and if needed, alternative medicine such as Acupuncture”.