About Dr. Edward Meltser
Doctor of Osteopathy (DO), Los Angeles
Dr. Meltser graduated Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2015 and is licenced to practice in the state of California (20A15938).
Los Angeles primary care physician: Spent one year working in an outpatient office where I discussed with patients current diagnoses, reviewed medications and lab results, and addressed any concerns that they had to achieve healthy, happy living .
Since 2019, working full time making visits to people’s homes: The same level of care that I delivered in the outpatient office, I now deliver in the comfort of the patient’s home. The majority of the patients that I see are seniors with all range of health concerns from simple aging to palliative and hospice care.
Outside of patient visits, I attend medical lectures that focus on primary care, pain management, and in older populations. I keep abreast of the latest advances in medical knowledge and treatments. I also maintain an online presence where I help deliver important medically related information to the general population.
It is this level of care and knowledge that I will bring to our visits. I am available for home visits in Los Angeles and surrounding areas. We will go over your current health issues, review your medical history, and review your medications in detail. Appropriate prescriptions and lab work can also be ordered as needed based on what we discuss. I’m looking forward to serving you.
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Available for non-urgent and non-emergency visits, Monday to Friday.
Dr. Meltser Focuses Heavily on Prevention
Dr. Meltser has a strong holistic approach and has been trained with additional hours of hands-on techniques. such as osteopathic manipulative treatment (OMT), a hands-on method that involves moving muscles and joints in a way designed to promote healing.
Discover the Advantages of a DO vs MD
Both M.D.s and D.O.s receive similar education, and the same licensing boards give licenses to both types of doctor, they must meet the same standards for practicing medicine. D.O. is the fastest growing profession in healthcare. D.O. programs require an extra 300 hours of osteopathic manipulation medicine (OMM) training, which focuses on the musculoskeletal system.
An M.D. is a traditional medicine degree, M.D.s generally focus on treating specific conditions with medication.
D.O.s practice in all medical specialties, primary care remains a strong focus for the osteopathic profession.
During medical school D.O.s receive special training in the musculoskeletal system, your body’s interconnected system of nerves, muscles and bones. By combining this knowledge with the latest advances in medical technology, they offer patients the most comprehensive care available in medicine.
A D.O. takes a holistic, mind-body-spirit approach to care and often address conditions from both a medical and lifestyle perspective. This unique whole-person approach helps to prevent illness and injury.
D.O.s are trained to listen and partner with their patients to help them get healthy and stay well. They tend to focus on whole-body healing, with or without traditional medication.
Click to learn more how osteopathic physicians focus on prevention, tuning into how a patient’s lifestyle and environment can impact their wellbeing.