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5410 Central Florida Pkwy., Orlando, FL 32821
P: 407-239-1132

360 Physical Medicine

Dr. Mohamed Inshan has built his chiropractic practice – 360 Physical Medicine – on a standard of care that has helped him achieve a 90-plus percent success rate treating patients with chronic pain and other problems. Now he wants to reach more people who need such help. This year, Dr. Inshan plans to expand his practice across Central Florida so others can benefit from his proven techniques, state-of-the-art technologies and the care and attention of him and his staff.

Dr. Inshan, who was featured in Orlando Style for the first time a year ago as one of the area’s premier doctors, offers a holistic approach in diagnosing and treating his patients. “I really relate to my patients because I know what they’re going through. When I was a teen, I suffered ongoing health problems,” he says. “That’s why I’m driven to do my best for them and enhance their wellness.”

In his practice, formerly called Williamsburg Physical Medicine, Dr. Inshan uses traditional, non-invasive chiropractic techniques, such as adjustments to the spine and other parts of the body, to ease pain and restore functionality. Whether people suffer from headaches, injuries or other ailments, Dr. Inshan customizes care for each patient, often integrating physical and massage therapies and the latest effective technologies aimed at accelerating their healing.

Patients typically undergo intense and frequent therapy and adjustments until their condition improves, which is followed by fewer visits to help them maintain their health. If Dr. Inshan feels he’s unable to help some patients, he tries to guide them to the right doctor who might provide the appropriate treatment. “We try to go above and beyond with every patient because we genuinely care about their well-being,” he says. “We don’t just want to alleviate their suffering. We want them to thrive.”

Raised in Orlando, Dr. Inshan earned his doctorate in chiropractic medicine from the National University of Health Sciences near Chicago and a bachelor’s degree in biomedical sciences from the University of South Florida. For Dr. Inshan and his staff, growing the practice in Central Florida isn’t about expanding the business but welcoming new people into their fold. “We treat our patients like family,” he says. “When they come into the office we want them to get better but we also want them to feel that they belong – and are truly loved.”