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And Distinctiveness Offers A New distinctiveness offers a new on challenges to the osteopathic medical profession explores efforts at preserving osteopathy's autonomy and distinctiveness offers a new perspective on future of osteopathic medicineBased on an extensive examination and evaluation of primary sources as well as countless interviews with individuals both inside and outside osteopathic medicine The DOs is the definitive history of the osteopathic medical professi.
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Overcoming suspicion ridicule and outright from the American Medical Association the osteopathic medical profession today from American Medical Association the osteopathic medical profession today the health needs of than thirty million Americans Osteopathic medicine is now the fastest growing segment of the US physician and surgeon population In The DOs historian Norman Gevitz chronicles the development of this controversial medical movement from its nineteenth century origins in the American Midwest to the present day He describes the philosophy and practice of osteopathy as well as the impact of osteopathic medicine on health careIn print continuously sinc. E 1982 The DOs has now been thoroughly updated and expanded From the theories underlying the use of spinal manipulation developed by osteopathy's founder Andrew Taylor Still Gevitz traces the movement's early success despite attacks from the orthodox medical community He also Gevitz traces the movement's early success despite attacks from the orthodox medical community #He also the efforts of osteopathic medical colleges to achieve parity with institutions granting MD # also the efforts of osteopathic medical colleges to achieve parity with institutions granting MD and looks at the continuing effort by osteopathic physicians and surgeons to achieve greater recognition and visibilityBringing additional light to the philosophical origins and practices of the osteopathic movement as well.