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Still Magazine Recent Issues ■ Still Magazine – Spring/Summer 2019
Spring/Summer 2019 | Vol. 13 No. 1
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How we serve

Community needs inspire calls to service Service plays a major role in the lives [...]

Features
Inspiration

Making an athlete

In an XTERRA World Championship, athletes compete by swimming a mile, mountain biking 20 miles, and then running six miles, all in one day. Athletes compete on different terrains and environments. Swimming could be in […]

Fulfilling success

She was the most active she had ever been in her life. It was 2011, and Linda Hodges, DO, ’05, was working nights in a critical care unit in St. Louis. After getting off work, […]

A love story

For someone with cancer, a simple tooth infection can mean a delay in receiving lifesaving care. When a walk-in patient with several infected teeth came to ATSU-ASDOH alumna Golnaz Pahlevanlou, DMD, MPH, ’13, at San […]

The lifelong caregiver

Matthew Nelson, DO, MPH, ’15, was immersed in healthcare long before he stepped foot into medical school. Dr. Nelson’s late brother experienced severe physical and mental impairments, and thus required a tremendous amount of care. […]

Shot in the dark

When her family moved from South Africa to the U.S. in 2012, Hermien Sauermann, MS, ’17, had been working as an occupational therapist for more than a decade. While in the process of moving, Sauermann […]

Brothers born for healthcare

As children, Cesar Rivera, DMD, ’17, and Christian Rivera, DMD, ’19, often heard their grandfather give encouraging words to their mother. He would tell her to work hard to achieve her goals and never let […]

From The President

This issue of Still Magazine emphasizes service, a theme central to the University’s mission and a passion shared by many at ATSU. On a more subtle note, this issue also emphasizes perseverance and the journey […]

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Class Notes

’60s Edward Stiles, DO, ’65, presented “Use of Sequenced OMT (Osteopathic Manual Treatment) and AGR-H model to Identify and Resolve Control Parameters inhibiting Optimal Motor Control in a BioTensegrity System: Measured Utilizing a Pressure Sensitive […]

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Faculty & Staff News

ATSU Martin Allison, MA, joined Learning & Disability Resources in October as a disability resources adviser on the Arizona campus. Amanda Anders, executive assistant, president’s office, completed the 2018 Kirksville Leadership Institute. The institute’s class […]

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Board Speaks
In Memoriam

Spencer L. Ballard, DO, ’71, Southfield, Michigan, died Aug. 23, 2018, at age 73. Millard Bass, DO, ’57, Brooklyn, New York, died July 24, 2018, at age 86. He was a pathologist and retired as deputy […]

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Donor Recognition

Growing up in New York, brothers David, DO, ’74, and Eric Greenberg, DO, ’74, had never heard of osteopathic medicine, let alone held aspirations to become osteopathic physicians. It was 1969, and New York Post […]

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