bullred.gif (1398 bytes) Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon Page
bullred.gif (1398 bytes) Application Procedures/Requirements
bullred.gif (1398 bytes) Applications
bullred.gif (1398 bytes) Board Information
bullred.gif (1398 bytes) Brochures
bullred.gif (1398 bytes) Certification/ Verification
bullred.gif (1398 bytes) Complaints
bullred.gif (1398 bytes) Contact Us
bullred.gif (1398 bytes) Continuing Education
bullred.gif (1398 bytes) Duplicate/Reissue
bullred.gif (1398 bytes) Exam Requirements
bullred.gif (1398 bytes) Fees
bullred.gif (1398 bytes) License Lookup
bullred.gif (1398 bytes) Licensee Assistance Program
bullred.gif (1398 bytes) Listings
bullred.gif (1398 bytes) Name and Address Change
bullred.gif (1398 bytes) Regulations
Statutes
bullred.gif (1398 bytes) Renewal Information

Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
Becky Wisell
Program Manager

Medical & Specialized Health Section

PLEASE NOTE FEE CHANGE: The fee for a osteopathic physician and surgeon license is $300, as of 8/30/08. Please submit the exact fee.

An osteopathic physician and surgeon is a person who has earned the degree of D.O. (Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine). Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons are qualified in the diagnosis or treatment of diseases, ailments, pain, deformity, or any physical or mental condition or injury of human beings. They can prescribe and furnish medicine for these conditions, or treat the conditions with surgery. Osteopathic physicians and surgeons are authorized to practice medicine and surgery in this state as defined by Neb. Rev. Stat. §38-2024. Anyone practicing medicine and surgery in this state and not specially excepted by  Neb. Rev. Stat. §38-2025 must be licensed in Nebraska as either an Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon or as a Physician (M.D. – medical doctor).

Osteopathic physicians and surgeons are licensed by either "examination" or "reciprocity". These terms are specific to this state, so please read the definitions of each at Examinations.

crl divider

Professions and Occupations Home

Licensure Unit Home

Documents in PDF PDF format require the use of Adobe Acrobat Reader

which can be downloaded for free from Adobe Systems, Inc.