Osteopathic Self-Treatment to Promote Health and the Body’s Ability to Fight COVID-19

In the growing pandemic of COVID-19, the reality many face includes limited access to testing, limited personal protective equipment for health care workers and the general public, and high risk of infection to those on the front lines of providing essential care. With a lack of effective treatment or vaccine in the immediate future, the importance of public health efforts to decrease the burden the current pandemic places on the health care system is important for the well-being of all. In this situation, the usefulness of self-administered measures that can be performed at home to support the body to maintain health are increased.

Alumni couple in NYC

Story submitted by Rebecca Minardi, M.P.H.’12 My husband, Andy Michalowitz (DO, 2014), and I live in New York City with our 22-month-old son. Andy is a pediatric orthopedic surgery fellow at NYU Langone Hospital, and I am staying at home with our …

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