The D.O. Difference. Prepared by the American Osteopathic Association. What Is a D.O.?. D.O.s are fully licensed physicians who: Prescribe medicine. Focus on preventative health care. Practice a "whole person" approach to medicine. Why Become a D.O.?. History of the profession.
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Prepared by the American Osteopathic Association
Col. Ronald A. Maul, D.O., M.C., U.S.A.
Barbara Ross-Lee, D.O.
Prescribe medication and perform surgery.
Covered by major insurance plans.
Practice in fully accredited and licensed facilities.The Similarities Continue…
The average osteopathic medical school applicant meets the following requirements:
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