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FAQ

If you’re like most people, you’ve been going to physicians ever since you were born and, perhaps, were not aware if some or all of them were osteopathic physicians, also known as D.O.s. You may not even be aware that there are two types of physicians in the United States… D.O.s and M.D.s.

  • Students entering both D.O. and M.D.

    medical colleges typically have already completed a four-year bachelor’s degree, with an emphasis on

    scientific courses.

  • Both D.O.s and M.D.s complete four years of basic medical education.

  • After medical school, both D.O.s and

    M.D.s obtain graduate medical education through internships, residencies and fellowships. This

    training lasts three to eight years, and

    prepares D.O.s and M.D.s to practice a specialty.

  • Both D.O.s and M.D.s can choose

    to practice in any specialty of medicine, such as

    pediatrics, family medicine, psychiatry, surgery or

    ophthalmology.

  • D.O.s and M.D.s must pass comparable examinations to obtain state licenses.

  • D.O.s and M.D.s both practice in

    accredited and licensed health care facilities.

  • Together, D.O.s and M.D.s enhance

    the state of health care available in the U.S.

For more than a century, osteopathic

physicians have built a tradition of bringing health care to

where it is needed most:

  • Approximately 60% of practicing

    osteopathic physicians practice in the primary care

    specialties of family medicine, general internal medicine,

    pediatrics, and obstetrics/gynecology.

  • Many D.O.s fill a critical need for

    physicians by practicing in rural and other medically

    underserved communities.

In addition, these modern-day

pioneers practice on the cutting edge of medicine. DOs

combine today’s medical technology with their ears to listen

caringly to their patient’s concerns, with their minds to view their

patients as whole persons, and with their hands to diagnose and

treat patients for injury and/or illness.

D.O.s practice a “whole person”

approach to medicine. Instead of just treating you for specific

symptoms or illnesses, they regard your body as an integrated

whole.

Osteopathic physicians focus on preventive health care.

D.O.s receive extra training in the

musculoskeletal system…your body’s interconnected system of

nerves, muscles, and bones that makes up two-thirds of your body

mass. This training provides osteopathic physicians with an
excellent understanding of how an illness or injury in one part of

your body can affect another.
Osteopathic manipulative treatment (OMT) is incorporated into

the training and practice of osteopathic physicians. With OMT,

osteopathic physicians use their hands to diagnose illness and

injury, and to encourage your body’s natural tendency toward good

health. By combining all other available medical options with

OMT, D.O.s offer their patients the most comprehensive care

available in medicine today.

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