There are many misconceptions and inaccurate stigmas about DOs and osteopathic medicine. These are the reasons I chose an osteopathic medical school over allopathic.
An exceedingly hot topic in the medical community today is Healthcare Reform and the Affordable Care Act (ACA/Obamacare). These are complicated topics that can be difficult to understand. Here we break down the key points that you need to understand for your medical school interviews.
The medical school application process is highly competitive. The competition is even higher for international applicants. So what is the best strategy to gain acceptance? In this post we cover the key strategies for international applicants applying to US medical schools
Most Texas medical schools use an alternative application service called TMDSAS. There are key differences between TMDSAS and AMCAS/AACOMAS which are crucial to know before applying. We review these important points to prepare you for success on your Texas medical school applications!
The decision of M.D. or D.O. can have significant implications in your medical training and future career as a doctor. Here, we compare the differences between each flavor of medical school and help you decide whether allopathic or osteopathic is a better fit for you.
The decision to apply to Allopathic (MD) or Osteopathic (DO) medical schools should not be taken lightly. Choosing one over the other can alter the trajectory of your medical career as a doctor in a several ways. Dr. Amit Pandey explains the pros and cons of choosing the osteopathic path.
The cost of medical school continues to rise and graduating student debt is nearing an average of $200,000. Learn how to pay for medical school and minimize your out-of-pocket cost and overall debt burden. We’ll go over optimizing loan strategies, scholarships, and grants.