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How to treat back pain depends to a large extent on the chronicity of the problem, says expert John C. Licciardone, DO.
Karen Steele, DO, created a new OPP-focused admin position at WVSOM. She was also the first DO registered in South Africa.
Pediatrician Ellen Lauer, DO, travels central Maine teaching students the dangers of bullying and the joys of roller derby.
Primary care physicians don't know enough about heart disease and should use more tests to identify potential problems, DOs say.
To adequately treat LGBT patients, physicians must understand them both clinically and culturally, says a leader in the field.
Doran A. Farnum, DO, ended a 78-year career last fall without much fanfare. “Doran is a quiet, soft-spoken, very sweet man,” a colleague says.
“The distinction between type 1 and type 2 is very much blurring, which is across-the-board confusing to physicians and patients,” DO says.
Medicine attracts goal-oriented individuals who pursue their careers with gusto. Some DOs apply equal fervor to their avocations.
Although the disease is under-diagnosed overall, many physicians make an initial diagnosis of asthma too readily.
Ted Schwartzenfeld, DO, who has treated Detroit's visiting musicians since 1977, shares his insights on working with celebrities.
Around the world, nonphysician osteopaths practice manipulation. Here's how the trend got started.
Last November, Keith Leaphart, DO, received the 2013 Vision for Philadelphia Award in part for his civic and philanthropic initiatives.