Over the last several decades, the osteopathic
profession has been growing steadily. In these
times of increasing specialization, complexity,
and impersonal delivery of services, the osteo­
pathic profession has been seen by more and
more people to be a genuinely caring, personal­
ly concerned alternative. With its continuous
emphasis on general practice and treatment of
the whole person, osteopathic training equips
the members of the profession to be ready and
able to respond to the needs of the
peop~e.
This book has been a chronicle of our journey
over the long narrow path toward the goal of
becoming doctors of osteopathic medicine and
surgery.
Louis Hanson
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