Dr. David Hogarty has been in practice in Wayne County since 2005. He and his wife, Dr. Suneya Hogarty, moved to Goldsboro to be closer to family.
His philosophy of medical care is focused on treating the whole person-body, mind and spirit-no matter what type of problem they may have. His practice focuses on treatment of painful disorders of the spine and limbs. Examples include low back and neck pain, sciatica, carpal tunnel syndrome and arthritis affecting any joint but especially shoulders, knees, and hips.
Treatment options include anything from medications, to injections, and also in many cases treatment includes manipulative therapy (osteopathic manipulation) and also acupuncture. More recently, Dr. Hogarty has started to offer a type of regenerative medicine called platelet rich plasma (PRP) to help heal degenerated joints, tendons and ligaments. The ultimate goal of all treatments is to reduce pain, restore function and help patients get back into the stream of life.
Dr. Hogarty completed his undergraduate studies at the College of William and Mary graduating in 1989. Following this, he spent 5 years at the University of Florida, graduating with an MS in Physiology in 1992, and working in research for the next 2 years. Then he pursued his long-time dream of being a physician, and graduated from Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine with his D.O. degree in 1999. Following this, he completed residency training at Michigan State University, in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R). He has been board-certified in PMR since 2005.
He is on the clinical faculty at East Carolina University in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, and is also adjunct faculty at Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine.