Received his medical training at Yale.
Former marathon runner. Current half-marathon runner.
Associate professor of medicine at the University of New England.
One of about 12 doctors in the state board-certified in Osteopathic Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine.
Board-certified in family medicine.
DOs practice all over the country in almost every specialty (for example: orthopedic surgery, family practice, internal medicine, sports medicine, etc.). DOs are trained as medical doctors and are additionally trained to deliver rehabilitation, nutritional counseling, hands-on manual therapies, and other interventions. The philosophy is that your doctor should have a broader focus than disease and drugs, that health is a whole-person endeavor. Firstly, DOs are trained to listen and then share their knowledge, not just read charts, mark records, and then prescribe.