Andrew Taylor Still MD, DO, the founder of osteopathic medicine, started a new model for treating patients after years as a practicing MD physician. He was driven to start a new model for medicine in the United States due to the rampant over-use of drugs like heroin and cocaine for the treatment of so many common ailments in the 1800’s. 899 more words
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Andrew Taylor Still (1828-1917), the founder of osteopathic medicine, was inducted into the Hall of Famous Missourians this week.
The Hall of Famous Missourians is a collection of busts around the third floor rotunda in the Capitol that recognizes the noteworthy accomplishments of individuals that have lived in our state. 190 more words
Dr. Gina Reghetti comments on Dr. Wax’s letter to AOA (also copied below):
I hope he answers back. I wish that we could find an attorney that would file suit due to them restricting our unique trade of Osteopathic Medicine, a national historical healthcare system, that originated in America. 1,266 more words
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