Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine, D.O.s, are fully licensed in the same manner as doctors of allopathic medicine, M.D.s., and practice in the same health care institutions. D.O.s differ from M.D.s in that they receive additional training in the musculoskeletal system in order to understand how disease or injury in one part of the body affects another. D.O.s also focus on disease and injury prevention, and practice a "whole person" approach to medicine that goes beyond the treatment of specific symptoms.
The Career & Professional Development Center Works With You Throughout Your Academic Career – and After You Graduate
As a Seton Hill student you have the opportunity to work with career advisors who are committed to supporting you throughout your education – and who will continue to do so after you graduate.
Career advisors can provide:
Find out more at setonhill.edu/careerservices.