Osteopathic doctors may help alleviate a shortage of medical care in rural areas – Washington Post

”With a tradition more than 100 years old, osteopathic physicians are hardly the new doctors in town. But the profession’s recent growth — in both training facilities and number of graduates — could help reverse a looming shortage of primary-care providers that experts say will hit rural communities especially hard.”

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