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Welcome to Med School

Welcome to my blog about my journey through my first year at Lincoln Memorial University’s Debusk College of Osteopathic Medicine.   To start, I want talk briefly about how I got to LMU-DCOM. 370 more words


Peeking At Sydney Osteopathic Medicine’s Offerings

What Is Ostheopatic Medicine?

Osteopathic medicine is an alternative to allopathic medicine that differs in philosophy and purpose. Osteopathic medical schools give additional medical training in regards to muscular-skeletal manipulation, and have a unique “whole person” perspective on diagnosis, practice, and consultation. 403 more words

Health And Fitness

Tips In Avoiding Neck Pain

Common neck pains are sometimes caused by our lifestyle at work and at home. This is primarily characterized by tension and stress. In order to stop neck pains, you have to relieve yourself from tension and stress. 214 more words


Why Medicine?... Why DO?... Why What?

I have my first medical school interview in two days. I will be venturing to Bradenton, Florida where I will be interviewing at the LECOM-Bradenton. For those who haven’t heard of this school, it is a small private DO (Doctor of Osteopathy) school with it’s main campus located in Pennsylvania. 832 more words


You're Getting What Degree?? The Difference Between MD and DO.

Good morning everybody!

For the past few days I have been getting up at the crack of dawn (literally) because my significant other has been at orientation for his new nursing position. 1,309 more words

Medical School

Over the River and Through the Woods, to Medical School I go

Like many ambitious, Type-A, desperate pre-meds, I have spent the last 10 years doing anything and everything I could to get into medical school to an obsessive degree. 361 more words

Medical School

Top 5 Influences In My Journey into Integrative Medicine

The road leading to my discovery of integrative medicine started with a realization that there were tools missing in my “box.” Simply prescribing medications for diseases that clearly had multiple origins – physical, psychological, emotional and socioeconomic – was not adequate to address my patients’ needs. 329 more words

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