We see a world where every physician is inspired to eliminate suffering and create health through Osteopathy. Future Osteopaths learn what could make them extraordinary.
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Help Secure the Future of Osteopathic Medicine

Through advanced courses, students and doctors have the opportunity to train with the best and the brightest physicians in a specialty designed to transform their approach to patient care: Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (hands-on diagnosis and treatment). 

Your gifts will improve the odds of doctors learning to work creatively and become indispensable to their patients. 

Double Your Impact!

Thanks to the Stephen Davidson, DO Next Generation Scholarship Matching Fund, osteopathic scholarship donations to OCAF will be matched dollar for dollar until December 31st 2024!

The Osteopathic Cranial Academy Foundation is proud to announce a generous $100,000 grant given by Stephen Davidson, DO, C-SPOMM, DO(h), to promote the understanding and practice of classical osteopathic principles and skills among the next generation of practitioners. Your donation will establish the legacy of osteopathy as the future of healthcare, providing scholarships to students in the training of all forms of traditional osteopathic manipulative skills. Just mark your donation “Restricted – Scholarships.”

Join us is changing the lives of countless patients.

For more information, please contact Gretchen Weinzimer, OCAF Executive Administrator, at (818) 796-6750 or email the office at osteopathicCAF@gmail.com.

Why Donate?

To support training the next generation of Osteopathic physicians to become extraordinary doctors, with the vision and talent to diagnose and treat even the most challenging health disorders.

How Can Osteopathy Help?

Through hands-on diagnosis, the physician can detect and treat anatomical dysfunction that is uniquely imprinted in a patient’s body. Their sense of touch is trained to feel anatomical disorders that may not appear on an imaging scan, including blockages in fluid, trauma to tissues, and compression in bones.

Research Grants

We support research grants for early-stage investigations and pilot protocols in the specialty, including studies of basic physiology, clinical assessment, clinical efficacy, and effectiveness. 

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