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D.O.

Abbreviation for Doctor of Osteopathy.
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Lief, D.P.M., Irving, TX; Steve Linsenbardt, Springfield, MO; Joseph Liotti, D.O., Fairfield, NJ; Howard Liss, M.D., Englewood, NJ; Raymond Lower, M.D., Landstown, VA; Paul Lunseth, M.D., Tampa, FL.
Marzec, M.D., Bayshore, NY; Mark McKeigue, D.O., Flossmoor, IL; John McPhail, M.A., C.R.C., Okemos, MI; Monica Mehta, M.D., P.A., Jersey City, NJ; Robert Meislin, M.D., Phoenix, AZ; Richard Mendelsohn, D.P.M., Fairfax, VA; Bill Mercer, P.T., Roanoke, VA; Michael W.
Tom Bowden, P.T., London, KY; Brian Bowyer, M.D., Columbus, OH; Richard Bronfinan, D.P.M., Little Rock, AR; Melvin Brothman, M.D., Amherst, NY; Daniel Brzusek, D.O., Bellevue, WA; Richard Burger, D.C., Pacific Beach, CA; Paul Bums, D.C., Englewood, CO; Corinne Bush, M.S., C.N.S., Long Valley, NJ; James Buskirk, P.T., Park Ridge, IL.