Physicians in the state of California who hold an osteopathic medicine (DO) license are able to practice across a full range of service areas, prescribe drugs, perform surgeries, and utilize many of the most advanced medical equipment. But their real area of specialty, which a hard-won osteopathic license testifies to, is in helping the body to "heal itself," especially via OMT (osteopathic manipulative treatment).
But even after gaining approval of your license application from the Osteopathic Medical Board of California, your license and your livelihood can easily be threatened by a host of possible allegations. These include such things as criminal charges/convictions in a separate court action, negligence/incompetence, excessively prescribing medications, drug/alcohol abuse, or various violations of the Business and Professions Code.
The consequences of an administrative action against your license can include a citation/fine, and suspension, revocation, or probation of your license. We at California License Attorney have the expertise to effectively fight all of these actions and to guide you through the process from beginning to end.