Carol Poh Miller is a historical consultant in Cleveland, where she works on a broad range of historic preservation, research, and writing projects for business, government, nonprofit organizations, and private individuals. She has prepared published histories of several Cleveland organizations and is the coauthor of Cleveland: A Concise History, 1796-1996.
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Doctors of osteopathy today practice side by side with medical doctors, employing the same diagnostic and curative tools of scientific medicine — with a difference. Focusing on the historical experience of Ohio, historian Carol Poh Miller illuminates struggles common to osteopathic medicine nationwide as it fought to secure its place in American health care.
“The human body is a machine run by the unseen force called life, and that it may be run harmoniously it is necessary that there be liberty of blood, nerves, and arteries from their generating point to their destination.”
Andrew Taylor Still, founder of osteopathy