If you are an osteopathic student and you know that you don't want to go into a primary care field, why then are you at an osteopathic medical school? From my knowledge of osteopathic medicine(which admittedly may be ignorant) one of the core principles of osteopathy is OMT. If you plan to be a psychiatrist, anesthesiologist, etc, then you aren't really in a position to practice OMT in those fields. Is there something else in the philosophy of osteopathy that would make you a better psychiatrist? ....or are the differences between an osteopath and allopath going to be seen only in primary care fields? I'm curous as to others views on this.