Elite athletes weren’t the only ones making history at the 2008 Summer Olympic Games: For the first time, a DO served as the chief medical officer for the US Olympic Team. He joined several other DOs in caring for athletes in Beijing.
You don’t have to be a DO to understand the healing power of osteopathic medicine, according to Edward R. Isaacs, MD, who has been using OMT techniques to treat patients for more than two decades.
DOs, osteopathic medical students and supporters of the profession will gather in Washington, DC, on Thursday, March 5, for the AOA’s DO Day on Capitol Hill.
AOA President Carlo J. DiMarco, DO, lists the benefits of e-prescribing.
"The legacies of our AOA presidents shape the member benefits you enjoy every day," writes AOA Executive Director John B. Crosby, JD, in detailing the importance of presidential themes.
Arnold Melnick, DO, helps readers identify warning signals that can reduce prescription errors.
Nora K. Burns, OMS II, explains how a summer research project in Ecuador revitalized her passion for osteopathic medicine.