“I tell students that in family medicine, you can tailor your practice to whatever you want,” says Nancy Bono, DO.
A former Navy flight surgeon seeks to help others by speaking about her PTSD and her healing process.
Raised by his great-great grandmother in rural Mississippi, Eugene Allen, DO, grew up understanding the effects of poverty.
From the rolling hills of rural New Zealand to the mountains of southern Ethiopia, these DOs found a whole new world of health care.
Neurosurgeons are not necessarily smarter or more dexterous than physicians in other demanding surgical specialties.
WWE physician Michael Sampson, DO, opens up about treating professional wrestlers and the theatrics of his job.
C. Donovan Beckett, DO, says his efforts to revitalize his hometown stem from the osteopathic notion of holistic medicine.
Occupational and preventive medicine specialists enjoy comfortable work-life balance, varied career options and bright job prospects.
Both urology and proctology are sought-after for the variety and work-life balance they offer.
After years of providing disaster relief in numerous countries, Tonya K. Hawthorne, DO, now devotes her life to improving lives in Kenya.
Psychiatrists need to be great listeners and have tremendous curiosity about patients’ lives.
From Chicago's South Side to Arizona's Indian reservations, Anthony Dekker, DO, has dedicated his career to serving those most in need.