Osteopathic Tales: Stories Tracing One DO's Travel along the Path of the Osteopathic Profession from Rejection and Discrimination to Recognition and Acceptance

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Osteopathic Tales is a collection of actual incidents that help paint a picture of osteopathic practice and progress over a period of 70 years. Viewing them gives the reader a moving-picture experience as the profession marched along in its progress forward. Through anecdotes, it traces osteopathic medicine's move from obscurity, rejection and isolation to widespread acceptance and recognition - not only from the public and from federal, state and local governmental agencies but also in many allopathic circles, including specialty organizations, hospitals and medical schools.

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Arnold Melnick, DO, whose career in osteopathic medicine covers 70 years, has lived through spectacular changes in the profession, participating in and observing its phenomenal growth from a number of perspectives. Actually, it was through two careers: 30 years of private pediatric practice and then a long stint in osteopathic education. He has served as Chairman of Pediatrics in two hospitals, was president of 13 professional organizations (ten of them osteopathic), garnered 5 Fellow degrees and received 18 distinguished service awards. He became Founding Dean of Southeastern College of Osteopathic Medicine, which through growth and merger morphed into the Health Professions Division of Nova Southeastern University, from which he retired a few years ago as Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost. Author of 10 published professional books and more than 220 professional articles, Dr. Melnick's keen observations are based on his years of widespread experience in osteopathic matters. Most of his illustrative anecdotes come from personal events.

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