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Dr. Bill Foley Honored

On August 19, Dr. Bill Foley was honored by the Massachusetts Osteopathic Society (MOS) during their annual membership meeting. He was presented with a plaque recognizing his four years of service as the organization’s president. Pictured here with him is Dr. Kristin...

William Foley, DO Promoted to Adjunct Assistant Professor

William Foley, DO was recently promoted to Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department.  Dr. Foley received his Doctor of Osteopathy degree from the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine – Biddeford, ME in 2001 and completed his family medicine...

Dr. Foley Course Director and Lecturer for Conception to Birth Course

Bill Foley was the course director and lecturer for a 20hr CME course May 5-7 at the Hampton Inn in Westborough, MA.  The course was attended by osteopathic and medical doctors from all around the US, Canada, and Japan. The title of the course was “Conception to...

Dr. Foley Trained and Lectured for A Still-Sutherland Study Group

Bill Foley table trained and lectured for the annual osteopathic course by A Still-Sutherland Study Group held April 22-23 in Great Barrington, MA.  The title of his lecture was “Cervical Spine and Fascias.”  There was a total of 66 DO and MD participants for this...

Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment (OMT) in Chronic Pain

In the U.S., there are two types of fully licensed physicians: a physician either earns the degree of medical doctor (M.D.) or doctor of osteopathic medicine (D.O.).  Both professionals complete 4 years of medical school, complete specialty training, and take the same...