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A Taste of New Orleans

In less than a month, more than 2,000 attendees—including practicing osteopathic family physicians, residents and student—will descend on the Big Easy for the 57th Annual Convention & Scientific Seminars. The event will be held at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside, minutes from the French Quarter and in the middle of all the action. Whether you’re coming early, staying after or […]

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Why I Chose the Early Entry Initial Certification Pathway

When the American Osteopathic Board of Family Medicine announced the groundbreaking Early Entry Initial Certification (EEIC) pathway, I knew this was the direction I wanted to go.

Pursuing the now optional OMT portion of the board certification was an easy choice for me. I want my patients to know that beyond being trained in osteopathic medicine, I have gone through the process of having my skills reviewed and approved by a larger body—like any other board exam.

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For Diabetics, Exercise Is Medicine

An estimated 9.4% of the United States (U.S.) population has diabetes and 33.9% of U.S. adults 18 years and older have prediabetes (Center for Disease Control, 2017). A missed or underutilized opportunity for treatment in this population is education and motivation to part take in physical activity.

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The Next Decade in Osteopathic Medicine

There are some exciting things developing in osteopathic family medicine over the next few years. It is my hope that innovation, technology and the need for more family physicians across the country will inspire even more students and residents to choose osteopathic family medicine through 2030 and beyond.