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Edward G. Stiles, DO, FAAO

Edward G. StilesSelected bibliography of Dr. Edward G. Stiles

  • Graduated in 1965 from Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • While at Kirksville I was mentored by George Andrew Laughlin, DO (until his death in 1981); grandchild of A. T. Still, DO, founder of Osteopathy
  • Interned at Waterville Osteopathic Hospital (ME) from 1965 to 1966
  • From 1966-68, I was involved in General Practice and OMT in Waterville, Maine
  • In 1968, I took over the OMT practice of nationally honored and respected Perrin T. Wilson, DO, Cambridge, Massachusetts. I conducted that practice from 1968-73
  • In 1970, I was a member of the original 'six physician tutorial' conducted by Fred L. Mitchell, Sr. DO; founder of Muscle Energy Techniques (MET)
  • In 1973, I established the Waterville Osteopathic Hospitalís hospital-based OMT Service; a first in the profession and became a national model. I served as director from 1973-1978
  • From 1970 to present, I taught over 300 small group OMT seminars. OMT approaches taught have been:
    • MET
    • FRT/Laughlin
    • Cranial
    • Strain-Counterstrain
    • HV/LA
    • Finding AGR and Sequencing
  • 1978-97
    • Established and conducted an OMT practice in Norman, OK
    • 1979-82 I also served as Professor and Chair of OPP at Oklahoma College of Osteopathic Medicine
    • Taught in the MSU-COM post-graduate OMT/CME program and served as chair of the Advanced MET and Functional/Laughlin sections
  • 1997-2005
    • Professor and Chair of OPP at Pikeville College School of Osteopathic Medicine
    • I designed and implemented a unique and creative OPP curriculum for a unique educational and clinical challenge in southeastern Kentucky
  • 2005 to present
    • Professor of OPP at Pikeville College School of Osteopathic Medicine
    • Director of Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine at Pikeville Medical Center

 

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