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Interviews with Osteopathic physicians on how their trials and tribulations got them to where they are! Geared towards osteopathic students but also for all healthcare students, pre-medical students, practicing physicians as well as anyone else interested in medicine. Team: Hadia Tariq, Akito Nicol, Marichelle Pita, Thomas Jasionowski
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دکتر عرفان شیخ بهایی هستم-فارغ التحصیل پزشکی اصفهان با معدل اول-رتبه ۴ کشوری آزمون علوم پایه و ۶ کشوری پره انترنی-مدال نقره المپیاد علمی و دارنده بیش از ۴۰ مقاله علمی، اینجا: اولین پادکست حرفه ای مشاوره برای دانشجویان پزشکی سراسر کشور جهت تحصیل و زندگی بهتر هست تجربیات طول تحصیل پزشکیم که به خاطرشون کچل شدم را میگم، هر آنچه باید بگویند ولی نمی گویند اینجاست، همین.
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The MedFlashGo Podcast is a rapid review tool designed by medical students and physicians for USMLE/COMLEX/Shelf for step 1, 2, and 3 exams. We understand that burnout is a real issue and we hope to make medical school more fun and enjoyable! This podcast is a tool that lets you learn quickly and efficiently on the go. In this podcast, we will be doing a "Question Of The Day" model, Monday through Friday powered by the MedFlashGo Voice-Interactive question bank. Please enjoy this free supple ...
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This week we are joined by Dr. Richard Jadick, author of the book “On Call In Hell” which chronicles his time as a physician in the navy, where he was awarded the Bronze Star with “Combat V” device for heroic valor after he saved many lives during the second battle of Fallujah. Dr. Jadick talks about his journey to osteopathic medicine starting wit…
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In today’s we present our first in a series of myths and misconceptions episode about Osteopathic Medicine. Why are there so many new DO schools? There are many online comments and on blogs commenting on the reason why, over the past ten years, so many Osteopathic Schools have opened. Most of the reasons presented are unfounded and just plain untru…
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On today’s episode, we interview Dr. Angela Franklin who is the President and CEO of Des Moines University. Des Moines University Medical and Health Sciences Division is home of the second osteopathic school to open up in the United States and the 15th largest medical school in the country. The dean, Angela Franklin, is a licensed clinical psycholo…
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Today's episode is short but powerful! Hear about the D.O. or DO not road trip to OMED in Orlando! We had the chance to spend time with the AOA and interview Osteopathic Medical Students from around the country! Their excitement is infectious! A special thanks to OnLineMedEd for allowing us to use their booth to conduct our interviews. For those of…
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In today’s episode we will share with you an amazing rural family practice physician who represents the pinnacle of what all Osteopathic Physicians should strive to be. Dr. Mylhan Myers was born in southern Missouri in an “Osteopathic Family” with multiple members who attended A.T. Still University in Kirksville. Not surprisingly, with this backgro…
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This week’s episode features two 4th year medical students Madison Salvitti and Ethan Kremer who will share with us their medical experience doing Osteopathic Research in Europe. The trip was facilitated by Dr. Jordan Keys, the Director of the Osteopathic Manipulation Center at NYIT-COM (episode 106). Madison and Ethan flew to Italy and spent 3 wee…
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Dr. Bradley Block is an ENT physician (M.D.) who has a podcast to teach doctors "things they should have been learning while they were studying the Kreb's Cycle." Dr. Block reached out to us to discuss what Osteopathic Medicine is and what the differences between "Allopathic" or M.D. degrees and "Osteopathic" or D.O. degrees were. For those of you …
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This week we are joined by Bryce Piro, a medical student at VCOM - Carolinas who started his own company while in medical school - CoffeeDocs Co. Bryce gives an inside view of his journey and what prompted his idea to start this company with his roommates. He will discuss the process behind making his idea a reality, including how he got started as…
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چندتا دیگه روتیشن موند که اینجا در موردش صحبت میکنیم و شامل پوست، رادیولوژی\طب اورژانس، چشم، بهداشت و روانپزشکی هستنش. در پایان این دوره از کارآموزی پزشکی دیگه آماده ای برای آزمون پره اینترنی یا پیش کارورزی. دیگه تا این لحظه همه درسهای پزشکی را باهاش آشنا شدی و از حالا به بعد باید ازش استفاده کنی چون داری به فارغ التحصیلی و پزشک واقعی شدن نزدیک میش…
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از ماژورها عبور میکنیم و میرسیم به ۱۰ روتیشن مینور استیجری که توی بعضی از دانشگاهها به اسم اکسترنی معروفه. اینجا دیگه خبری از ۲-۳ ماه نیست و بخشهارو باید ۱ ماه ۱ ماه یا حتی ۲ هفته ای سریع جمع کنی بره. حالا این بخشها کدومها هستن و چیکار باید بکنیم. پارت اول شامل روتیشنهای ارتوپدی، بیهوشی\اورولوژی\جراحی اعصاب و نورولوژی خواهد بود پس بزن بریم…
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در قسمت قبل استارت روتیشنهای مینور زده شد و در مورد ۳ روتیشن مهم و کاربردی صحبت کردم. این قسمت در مورد ادامه روتیشنهای مینور یا اکسترنی پزشکی هستنش و شامل بخش های درمانگاه، عفونی و گوش و حلق و بینی هستش. ترتیب روتیشنهای مینور مهم نیست مهم اینه باید بگذرونی تجربه کسب کنی و درس بخونی و بعضا میتونی برای پره هم مرور داشته باشی.…
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This week, we are joined by Dr. Michael Foti, a dedicated physician who serves as a professor at Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, bringing his expertise and passion for medical education to the next generation of healthcare professionals. With a recommendation from the esteemed Dr. John Gimpel, Michael brings a wealth of experience as both a …
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Dr. Andrea Amalfitano is an osteopathic physician, has a PhD, is a pediatrician, geneticist, educator, patient advocate, virologist, dean . . . and so much more! In today's episode Dr. Amalfitano discusses his pathway to Osteopathic Medicine, from an immigrant family and a father who recommended medicine becuase. . . "doctors are never out of work!…
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We are always flattered when we are approached by exemplary physicians who wish to share their story. On today’s episode we speak with Dr. Stella Rubina a physician who serves as Director of the Palliative Care Medicine Department at Mount Sinai Hospital of Queens. Dr. Rubina earned her bachelor's degree in psychology from Brooklyn College after wh…
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This week we are joined by Dr. Josh Lenchus, who has been featured in the American Osteopathic Association’s “The DO” many times, most recently as the first DO to be elected as the president of the Florida Medical Association. While giving insight to his journey, Dr. Lenchus embodies a quote from the most recent article from “The DO” “You should ne…
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In this episode we interview four medical students who have been integral to the podcast over the past year. Meet Violet, Matt, Ben and Lilly. . . all future Osteopathic Physicians! Congratulations! For anyone who wants to hear an uplifting story or who is interested in following in their footsteps. . . . we are so proud of all four of them! (if yo…
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Today we interview Dr. Adrian Woolley who is the current Director of Osteopathic Clinical Medicine at Des Moines University College of Osteopathic Medicine (DMUCOM) . Dr. Wooley received her medical education from DMUCOM and completed her medical residency in Family Practice and OMM at the Des Moines General Osteopathic Hospital. Today she shares w…
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How flattering it is when amazing Osteopathic Physicians call US to be on the podcast! In today’s episode, we welcome Dr. Mary S. Doellman, a board-certified otolaryngologist and allergy physician (ENT) with Phelps Health in Rolla, MO. As an active duty physician, she served as chief otolaryngologist in Fort Leonard Wood, MO, and as a staff otolary…
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Today’s guest speaker is Dr. Vania Manipod. Dr. Manipod is a board-certified psychiatrist and graduate of Western University of Health sciences in Pamona California. She is the editor-in-chief of the DO, an amazing publication produced by practicing DOs and osteopathic students which contains artilcles written about medical school, government advoc…
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In today's episode, we tackle the question of . . . interested in primary care. . . should you do family practice or internal medicine? and what are the differences? To answer this question we called on Dr. Jill Sisselman, a board certified family practice doctor and her husband, Dr. Stephen who did a residency in internal medicine. The couple atte…
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In today’s episode, we are joined by Dr. Robert Hasty, Dean and Chief Academic Officer of OCOM. This is a new osteopathic medical school which is opening it's doors in August 2024, in Orlando, FL. Dr. Hasty speaks about what the school will offer including state of the art facilities, unique features of the curriculum and the incredible teaching st…
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On today’s episode of DO or Do Not, we sit down with Dr. Alan Yee. an associate clinical professor and neurology associate program director at the UC Davis Medical Center. Dr. Yee is a fellowship-trained critical care neurologist with clinical interests in osteopathic manipulative medicine and stroke recovery. Our conversation with Dr. Yee covers a…
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این دسته آخرین دسته و پرطرفدارترینهای کتاب خلاصه استیجری هستن علتشو توی پادکست گفتم به درد همه نمیخورن ولی درصد زیادی از بچه هارو شامل میشه خیلی ها با همین دسته به موفقیت رسیدن...ولی تا تعریف موفقیت چی باشه
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بعد از اون کتاب حجیم اینبار میریم سراغ کتابهایی با حجم متوسط از پارسیان و نشر پ گرفته تا ماهان و افورتلس و ژلوفن و اینا ببینیم اینا چطورن و به درد کیا میخوره اگر تجربه ای از خوندن این کتابها داری برام کامنت کن
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پر واضحه که باید توی استیجری کتاب خلاصه بخونی...ولی چی؟ گایدلاین دکتر کامران احمدی خوبه؟ این قسمت و چند قسمت بعدی میخوام در مورد کتابهای خلاصه صحبت کنم پس بزن بریم
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رفرنس درسهای استیجری اکثرا تکس بوکهای قشنگ ولی کتو کلفت خارجی هستند و حتی نمونه های داخلی هم حجم زیادی دارن. حالا توی بالین تکس بخونیم؟ فایده داره؟ میرسیم؟ میخوام این قسمت اینا توضیح بدم.
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Today's episode is a "Crossover Episode." The Short Coat Podcast is produced by students at the University of Iowa Carver School of Medicine. The podcast features a group of medical students who discuss different medical topics. Three years ago, Dr. Storch listened to an episode where Osteopathic Medicine was discussed and felt that there were some…
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In this episode, Matthew Kaplan, our very own Social Media Director, tries on a "different hat" as he interviews Steven Toplan , Director of Admissions at TouroCOM's Harlem Campus. Matt is applying to Osteopathic Medical School this year and is the perfect person to ask pertinent questions not only about academics, but extracurricular activities an…
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In today’s episode we are joined by Dr. John Kelly, a general anesthesiologist practicing out of Port Washington, New York. Prior to attending New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine, Dr. Kelly worked as a chemical engineer for five years. Dr Kelly will discuss the transition from a career in engineering to medicine, as wel…
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In today's episode, we are excited to be joined by the dean of Touro University California College of Osteopathic Medicine, Dr. Tami Hendriksz, a true "D.O. Rockstar!" Dr. Hendriksz will shed light on what makes Touro California stand out as an academic institution, as well as what students can expect form four years in Vallejo, California. Dr. Hen…
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In this episode we had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Matthew Shatzer. Dr. Shatzer discusses the specialty of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, also known as PM&R, and why it is the perfect match for an Osteopathic Physician. Dr. Shatzer served as program director for Northwell Health for over 10 years and helps us understand what programs lo…
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In today's episode, we are joined by Dr. Jordan Keys, Professor Of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine at the New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine. In this episode, Dr. Keys describes what Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine is and what types of medical problems can be treated with the modality. She discusses why manual tech…
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This is a "book-ends" episode where we interview Dr. Renee Darko. Remember a few months ago we interviewed her husband, "Dr. Nii" but there is no question that "Dr. Renee" deserves her own spotlight! On this episode of the D.O. or Do Not Podcast, we meet Dr. Renee Darko who as she states wears “ a lot of different hats”. In this episode Dr. Darko t…
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In today's episode of the D.O. or Do Not, we are joined by Mr. Austin Gentry, Associate Director of Admissions at Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine in Las Cruces, New Mexico. Mr. Gentry speaks about the medical school application process and what pre-medical students should be doing to optimize their application. He discusses what makes Burre…
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Sayeed and Wali are two pre-medical students at Stony Brook who started a Podcast called "Chai With the Pre-Med Guys." The duo reached out to Dr. Storch to speak with them as Mentor of the D.O. or Do Not podcast and advocate for Osteopathic Medicine. On today's "crossover" episode. Sayeed and Wali will speak with Dr. Storch about his "Why." The Pre…
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In today’s episode we are joined by Dr. Patricia Matto who is currently serving as the Associate Dean of Clinical Affairs at Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine (VCOM). She gives advice for pre-med students on the application process, what VCOM has to offer and what they can expect as students, specifically during clinical rotations. She conti…
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Today we will follow the story of Dr. Austin Price. Dr. Price is a 3rd year combined vascular surgery/surgical resident at the University of Arkansas. Dr. Price wanted to be a doctor since he was in high school and started his journey by practicing as a certified nursing assistant at a nursing home for 5 1/2 yeas in Pennsylvania. He then went on to…
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We are proud to reach a milestone of 100 episodes. We would like to thank all of our listeners for accompanying us on this journey. We would lake to thank everyone who has participated and helped us along the way! Today we interview just a few of the DO students who have participated in the project and helped to make it what it is today: Dr. Ian St…
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Today we interview Mathew Sison, a second year medical Student at the NYIT college of Osteopathic Medicine Old Westbury Campus. Before enrolling in medical school Matthew completed his undergraduate at Cornell University and did clinical research at the Mount Sinai Hospital Ican School of Medicine within the Department of Anesthesiology.. While at …
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On this episode of the DO or do not podcast, we have Dr. John Graneto, dean of the college of osteopathic medicine at California Health Sciences University, or CHSU. Dr. Graneto also serves as the chief academic officer, vice president of health affairs, and professor at CHSU-COM. Previously, he served as associate dean and professor of pediatrics …
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Today, we will be interviewing Dr. Amir Khiabani, a first year resident in the University of South Florida emergency medicine residency program at Tampa General Hospital. Amir joined the DO or Do Not Podcast team during the second year and was the second producer. Having worked as a chemist and teacher before attending the Alabama College of Osteop…
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On this episode we are thrilled to interview Dr. Nii Darko also known on his podcast “Docs Outside the Box” as Dr. Nii. He will tell us about why he started podcasting as well as how he chose the specialty of Trauma Surgery. He will explain what Locum Tenens work is and why he feels it fits his life and goals. Dr. Darko will discuss his journey fro…
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On today’s episode we interview Dr. Bernadette Riley, the current director of New York Institute of Technology's Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS)/Hypermobility Treatment Center and an associate professor of Family Medicine. For those of you that don’t know EDS is a a group of rare inherited conditions that affect connective tissue. Dr. Riley cares for …
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In today's episode we focus on Women in Osteopathic Medicine. We have the honor of interviewing Dr. Thomas Quinn the author of "The Feminine Touch: History of Women in Osteopathic Medicine". Dr. Quinn is military and family practice physician who transitioned from clinical practice into academic medicine teaching at the Lake Erie college of osteopa…
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Dr. Tyler Cymet, D.O is an internal medicine physician in Baltimore, Maryland who has had an amazing and diverse career both in clinical practice and organized medicine. We were excited when Dr. Cymet reached out to us to be a guest on our podcast! Dr. Cymet did his undergraduate studies at Emory University and continued his medical education at No…
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Dr. Robert Cain is the current president and CEO of the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine, also known as AACOM. Every osteopathic student has communicated with AACOM directly or indirectly as the organization that supports the 37 accredited colleges of osteopathic medicine in the United States. Dr. Cain is a pulmonologist who…
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On this episode of the DO or Do Not podcast, we interview Sandra Snyder, DO. Dr. Snyder is the Program Director of the Family Medicine residency program at the Cleveland Clinic. It is with pride that we speak with Dr. Snyder, an Osteopathic Physician who leads a program at one of the most prestigious institutions in the country. For those of you wh…
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Today’s episode features Noshir Amaria D.O. Dr. Amaria is currently one of the team physicians for the Wolverine football team at the University of Michigan, a division 1 school as well as a member of the Big 10. Dr. Amaria will discuss his discovery of sports medicine in high school, which led him to become an athletic trainer. He will tell us how…
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In April of 2022 the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic medicine or AACOM graciously invited the D.O. or do not podcast to attend their national meeting, “Educating Leaders” conference in Denver, Colorado. Our two producers, Lerone Cark, MS-II at the New York Institute of technology college of osteopathic medicine and Brooke Pillegi, M…
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Dr. Tala Kassm D.O. is a board-certified Ophthalmologist who specializes in the treatment of glaucoma and cataracts. She received her medical education from A.T. Still University School of Osteopathic Medicine in Arizona, completed residency at the University of Louisville in Kentucky followed by a glaucoma fellowship at the Storm Eye Institute Med…
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