Osteopathic Medicine

Knowledge is not inborn; it is acquired and it grows - William A. Kuchera DO, Professor, Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine

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No matter what kind of doctor you want to be, you should to talk to as many practicing physicians (MD and DO) as you can. If you’re looking for a DO, try contacting one out of the telephone book. Most osteopathic physicians understand that many people have a limited knowledge about osteopathic medicine and will be willing to talk to you. Ask candid questions about their professional relationships with other physicians in the community and their residency experiences.

Realize that you have a choice in what kind of physician you become and be a smart consumer of your medical education. Don’t rely solely upon any single person’s opinion, including my own. Instead, talk to as…

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