DPT students Michelle Jeske (left) and Allison Van Oort (right) challenge the balance of Dudley Mori (center).

Life lessons taught by patients

DMU physical therapy student Shellina Herink gave up her spring break to work with post-stroke volunteers, other students and physical therapists during DMU’s second-annual stroke camp. “Come to find out, it was the best spring break adventure during my lifetime of education,” she says.

My Turn, Summer 2013
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The guy with the tie

Tom Mueller, Ph.D., dons a special article of clothing at three points during each osteopathic medicine class’s tenure at DMU: orientation, the Rite of Passage and Commencement. It isn’t a super hero’s cape, but it has a similar effect.

Summer 2013
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Alumnus continues to open doors for others

Murray Goldstein, D.O.’50, M.P.H., was the first osteopathic physician appointed a commissioned medical officer in the uniformed services, the first D.O. to achieve star rank and the first to receive a presidential commendation, among other “firsts.” He’s still opening doors for others with his support of DMU.

Alumni News, Summer 2013