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Welcome to Daniel Lopez, D.O.

A Site Dedicated to Physical, Emotional, and Financial Health and Wellbeing

Daniel Lopez, D.O. is a highly sought after osteopathic manipulative treatment specialist and teacher with patients from around the world serving the greater Denver area. Dr. Lopez specializes in helping people with many problems including migraine headaches, tension headaches, TMJ dysfunctions, traumatic brain injuries, and neck pain. He also teaches courses around the world. After practicing for 6 years in New York City, Dr. Lopez returned to his hometown and joined Osteopathic Integrative Medicine located in Lakewood, Colorado where he currently practices.

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December 20, 2021 in Health, Physical Health

Coping with Peripheral Neuropathy

Peripheral nerves send sensory information to and from the central nervous system — and damage to these nerves can cause inappropriate and distorted signals, or even a loss of these signals. This results in peripheral neuropathy (PN), which is a general term for conditions caused by the disorder of peripheral nerves that cause chronic pain or disability. PN is actually one of the most common neurological disorders, affecting all age groups, but most especially older adults. In fact, patients with idiopathic neuropathy, which is a kind of PN that has no identifiable cause, already outnumber patients with Alzheimer’s disease up to…
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April 28, 2021 in Osteopathy, Tongue Ties

The Fascial Imbalance That Pulls The Tongue Into The Airway

People who suffer from obstructive sleep apnea often struggle with their tongue collapsing into their airways during sleep. Sleeping on one's back increases the risk of the tongue and jaw collapsing into the airway.  Much of this blamed on gravity. Gravity is not the sole factor for the tongue falling into the airway. This article will describe another reason that I have discovered that can pull the tongue into the airway during sleep. This factor is not dependent on gravity.  An overlooked component of swallowing is the balance of tension above and below the tongue. During normal swallowing, the front…
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April 25, 2021 in Emotional/Mind Health

Science Shows How a Creative Lifestyle Reduces Stress

Mental Health: An Increasing Problem During these times of global pandemic and lockdown, we’ve seen mental health concerns become an overwhelming reality for many. We’re also living in a digitalized world, where we’re constantly online and connected via our phones increasing our stress levels. While some apps and technology are trying their best to combat mental health issues, the solution may be far simpler than that. Many of the topics I cover, are beneficial for those suffering from depression and anxiety. Yes, Osteopathy can provide prompt pain management however, one of the key long term benefits, is the positive impact…
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April 24, 2021 in Osteopathy, Physical Health

Strong Chewing As Gravity For The Face: A Missing Piece To Bone Loss

Bone loss of the face is a normal part of aging, right? If you are like most people, you rarely ever open wide and bite into something that provides significant resistance. You eat soft foods and have never thought about the health consequences of that. Worse yet, perhaps you have an open bite. That means your upper and lower teeth in the front don't touch each other when you close your mouth. In this article, we're going to talk about why these things are a problem and what you can do about it.  Why Are Soft Foods A Problem?   Gravity…
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