Fit DOs and students stick with their exercise regimens amid their busy lives, bustling practices and burdensome studies. They make time, cultivate disciplined eating habits, and think up ways to keep their workouts fresh.
The list of duties is long for DOs who treat teens and preteens, pointed out pediatrician Stacie A. Gereb, DO, of Newhall, Calif.
Primary care DOs play an important role in identifying and treating children who are bullied at school and who bully others, said psychiatrist Scott R. Elkin, DO, of Austin, Texas.
Recognizing the outstanding professional achievements and research endeavors of DOs, students and scientists, the American Osteopathic Foundation bestowed awards at its sixth annual honors ceremony.
To entice osteopathic medical students, interns and residents to study their profession’s past struggles and achievements, the AOA Bureau of Osteopathic History and Identity is conducting its fourth annual history essay competition.
This column highlights the AOA’s progress on its 2008-10 strategic plan.
In late December 2007, President George W. Bush signed legislation temporarily eliminating the 10.1% cut in Medicare physician payments scheduled to take effect on Jan 1.
AOA President Peter B. Ajluni, DO, lists the accomplishments of his “DOs: Fit for Life” initiative during the first six months of his year in office.
AOA Executive Director John B. Crosby, JD, reflects on 2007 and looks forward to 2008.
Arnold Melnick, DO, looks at similar words that tend to confuse—and sometimes exasperate—writers and speakers.