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Struggling with Joint Pain?
We're excited to announce that Health Concepts is now offering platelet-rich plasma therapy. This nonsurgical option aids in the healing process and increase the speed of recovery to areas that have experienced trauma. For more information on the click here or call our office at (605) 348-4141.
5410 Sheridan Lake Road
Rapid City, SD 57702
Health Concepts is dedicated to providing the highest degree of internal medicine and primary health care to the residents of Rapid City, South Dakota and the surrounding area. We believe health care involves whole body wellness, reduction of risk factors, accurate diagnosis and state-of-the-art treatment plans. Beyond general physicals for managing acute illnesses, we also care for chronic diseases such as, hypertension, diabetes, cholesterol and obesity.
Meet Our Team: Dr. Richard Beasley
Dr. Richard Beasley is an internal medicine physician. Born and raised in Rapid City, SD he received his bachelor's degree from the School of Mines and Technology and graduated from the South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine. He has now logged over 20 years of experience. Heavily involved with clinical studies, he's in the loop on the latest in medicine.
Dr. Beasley sees both men and women providing preventive health services, as well as care for many disease states. He has special interest in weight loss, naturalistic medicine, regenerative therapy (PNI Injections & PRP) and cosmetic services.
Work Smarter Not Harder
Although your interest may be weight management or body image we believe the solution to these issues involves much more than simply a new diet, medicine, or surgical intervention. It will require a complete lifestyle change that includes addressing the emotional, spiritual, and physical elements of your life. You've worked hard over the years at different programs to achieve your weight loss goals only to become disappointed in your results.
To suggest you need to work harder and be more dedicated is just wrong. Unfortuantely this is the standard approach used by many programs. We believe we need to work smarter not harder.