George Klock, DO, FAAO
G. Bradley Klock, DO, FAAO received his B.S. from the University of Arizona in 1977 and his D.O. from COMS in 1981, where he completed a predoctoral fellowship in the OMM Department. He completed his rotating osteopathic internship at Tucson General Osteopathic Hospital. Dr. Klock returned to UOMHS (previously COMS) from 1982-84 as an Assistant Professor in the OMM Department. He then left UOMHS to assume the position of Chairman of the OMM Department at Phoenix General Hospital (PGH) in 1984. At PGH he provided in/outpatient OMM patient care until 1990. PGH was a fullservice hospital with an active cardiothoracic surgical program and teaching institution. This allowed Dr. Klock to coordinate patient care among all specialties and subspecialties in medicine. His duties included teaching students, interns and residents in five programs (FP/Urology/General Surgery/IM/Ob Gyn). He also served as the OMM consultant to the Phoenix Suns NBA team from 1984-1990. Dr. Klock maintained a large private practice specializing in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine for in/outpatients from 1990-2007. In 2007, Dr. Klock returned to Des Moines University as an Associate Professor and Chairman of the OMM Department and retired in 2016. Dr. Klock has been a member of the AAO’s Committee on Fellowship from 2003- 2007 then 2008-present and Committee Chair from 2013-2017. He received the A.T. Still Medallion for lifetime achievement in 2018. He has lectured extensively at local, state, national and international venues.
Dr. Klock has no disclosures.