Christopher Knitig, DO

Director, Osteopathic Education Tract


ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF MEDICINE, PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE

Dr. Chris Knitig brings a passion for teaching and role-modeling clinical excellence with a special emphasis on “whole-person” care.  Incorporating not only the foundational mission of Osteopathic Medicine, but the melding of Osteopathy with scientific and clinical reasoning skills into his practice, Dr. Knitig is the perfect mentor for both Osteopathic as well as Allopathic residents.

BACKGROUND AND EDUCATION
Degrees: Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine
Residency: Floyd Family Medicine – Rome, GA
Medical Education:  Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine – Fort Worth, Texas
Pre-doctoral: OMM Teaching Fellow, University of North Texas Health Sciences Center – Denton, Texas
Undergraduate Education: University of North Texas – Denton, Texas

AWARDS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Wayne O. Stockseth Award for Clinical Excellence in Manipulative Medicine – Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine
OMM Teaching Fellow – Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine

BOARD CERTIFICATION
American Board of Family Medicine

RESEARCH
Research Assistant: “A Randomized Controlled Trial of Osteopathic Manipulation and Ultrasound Physical Therapy for Chronic Low Back Pain”

Christopher Knitig, DO