Kimberly Wolf, DO
Kimberly Wolf, DO is the newly appointed co-program director of the Dual Pediatric Residency Program at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, OH. She completed her osteopathic medical education at the College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific in 2010. Her residency training was completed in the program that she is now helping direct in 2013. Since that time, Dr. Wolf has been actively involved in osteopathic medical student and resident education. She is a practicing general pediatrician, and >80% of her clinical time is now spent running a pediatric OMT clinic. Dr. Wolf works closely with her sports medicine department at her hospital treating both acute and chronic concussion patients. She is actively involved in osteopathic research through her program and clinic. She had a case study published last year in JAOA on using OMT to treat concussions in adolescents. She has other ongoing research studies at her practice including work with concussions, asthma, feeding dysfunction in neonates, and usage of her OMT practice. She has also lectured in several forums on Osteopathic Scholarly Activity. She is passionate about strengthening OMT’s presence in the evidence-based medicine community.