G. Bradley Klock

G.-Bradley-Klock
Position(s)
Chair Osteopathic Manual Medicine
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine
A rewarding profession
Clinic Appointment 515-271-1722
Fax 515-271-1697
Education
  • D.O., Des Moines University, 1981
  • B.S., University of Arizona, 1977
Education
  • AOBSPOMM

Dr. Klock is the chairman and associate professor of Osteopathic Manual Medicine at Des Moines University.  He served as chairman of the Department of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine at Phoenix General and John C. Lincoln Hospital/Deer Valley Hospitals from 1986-2007. He served as chief of staff and chairman of the Board of Phoenix General Hospital.  He was the manipulative consultant for the Phoenix Suns team from 1985 -1990. In addition, Dr. Klock was an appointed to and continues to serve as a member of the Bureau of Experts in Manipulative Medicine for the AAO.  He served as a member of the Arizona Regulatory Board of Physician Assistants fro 2000-2005.  Dr. Klock was a Board Member of the John C. Lincoln Health Foundation and Chairman of the Phoenix General Osteopathic Endowment Fund. He has served the Arizona Osteopathic Medical Association in many capacities from 1985-2007, including President in 2000.  Dr. Klock completed a pre-doctoral fellowship in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine and received his Doctor of Osteopathy from the College of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery in Des Moines.  He is Board Certified in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine by the American Osteopathic Association.  Dr. Klock completed a fellowship in Federal Healthcare Policy through Michigan State and Ohio State Universities and earned Fellowship status in the American Academy of Osteopathy in 2001. He currently serves as chairman of the FAAO Examination Committee for the AAO.

Awards and honors

1994 – Dick Darby Award OMM

1981 – Rams Head Award OMM

Publications

“A Logical Approach to Complicated Sacral and Innominate Dysfunction”, AAO Journal, December, 2012

“The Impact of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine on Inpatient Outcomes”, AAO Journal, March, 2002