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Does anyone know of a really good book on DO's and it's philosophy? I really like to read up on it.
 

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Try "The Difference a DO makes " I forgot the author. But he is from OKlahoma. I will find that out and give you the information.
 
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"Spontaneous Healing." by Andrew Weil

"Foundations for Osteopathic Medicine" by Robert C. Ward

"Discover Osteopathy" by Peta Sneddon

"D.O's: Osteopathic Medicine" by Norman Gevitz
 

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The Difference a DO makes--- BOB JONES

Very good reading about the philosophy and history of Osteopathic Medicine.
 

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Originally posted by too-sweet-phat-cool 4-life
The Difference a DO makes--- BOB JONES

Very good reading about the philosophy and history of Osteopathic Medicine.

Yeap, that is it....the author is Bob Jones.
 
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