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John E. Adams, II, DO

4.8 out of 5(64 ratings, 66 reviews)

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A Plain City native and graduate of Jonathan Alder High School, Dr. Adams also graduated from Ohio University; from what is now known as Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Adams returned to Plain City to practice with his father, John E. Adams, DO in 1985.

Dr. Adams practices traditional osteopathic general medicine in an outpatient office setting. He works cooperatively with specialists to provide a full spectrum of care. Taking care of patients of all ages, Dr. Adams has special interests in the use of osteopathic manipulations, sports medicine as Jonathan Alder Team Physician, and providing house call services within the Plain City area when needed.

He continues to enjoy the opportunity to care for new patients, as well as the multigenerational care of patients within the practice established by his father in 1956.


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4.8 out of 5 64 ratings, 66 reviews)

PATIENT REVIEWS

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John Adams, II 5

This was my first appt with Dr. Adams. I transferred from a Dr. I have had for 15 years and who was no longer effective for my needs. I was impressed with Dr. Adams and I hope I will be able to go to him for my everyday medical care.

John Adams, II 5

I felt positive when I left and that we were able to meet and I look forward to seeing Dr. Adams again whenever I need to see him.

John Adams, II 5

I love it that Dr. Adams does things that are usually done by a medical staff - such as changing the paper on the exam table after the exam while the nurse was busy entering informaiton on the computer. Tells me that he treats his staff very well!!

John Adams, II 5