Bio: Curriculum Vitae

John H. Juhl, DO


61 Broadway at Wall St., Suite 910
New York, NY  10006
(212) 344-5361 


  St. Peter’s Hospital, New Brunswick, New Jersey
UMDNJ Family Practice Residency, 1989-92.
  St. Claire’s Hospital and Health Center, New York, New York
Rotating Internship, 1988-89.
  UMDNJ- School of Osteopathic Medicine, Class of 1988.
Honors in Anatomy, Biochemistry and Behavioral Science.
  Hunter College, B.S. summa cum laude, chemistry, 1984.
Recipient, Alice & Sylvester Rothchild Scholarship Award.


  2008 - present Associate Clinical Professor, Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, Harlem, New York City.
  1994 - 2015 Staff physician for Gary Ostrow, D.O. P.C. specializing in preventive medicine and osteopathic diagnosis and treatment.
  1993 Staff physician, The Atkins Center in New York City. Primary responsibilities were new patient evaluation, ongoing treatment plans and treatment of musculoskeletal conditions.
  1993 Peer Reviewer for AHCPR Clinical Practice Guidelines on Low Back Pain.
  1992 Staff physician for Urgent Care.  Primary responsibilities were dealing with workman's compensation cases for uniformed city employees. Working in conjunction with a physical therapist, out-of-system referrals for specialists and MRI's were reduced over 50% during our tenure.
  1974-84 Danced with the Eleo Pomare Dance Company and others in New York City


  1985 Research assistant to Drs. Charlotte Witmer and Eileen Hayes of Rutgers University and Medical School respectively; library and laboratory efforts directed towards HLTH-1 Grant report “Strategies for Studying the Impact of Multichemical Exposure to Hazardous Chemicals: Implications for Health Risk Assessment”
  1983 Independent study under the guidance of Drs, William Cohen and Richard Piccione at Hunter College using Transmission Electron Microscopy Techniques; presented a report titled "T.E.M. Study of Tellurium Uptake in Chinese Hamster Ovary Cells".
  1981 Laboratory assistant to Dr. D.K.Lavallee at Hunter College working on the synthesis of an iron porphyrin for use in mimicking the reactions of a cytochrome P-450 prosthetic group.


New York State Medical Licence 1885221.

Controlled Substance DEA Registration Certificate.

Board Re-Certified in Family Practice, 2013.

Board Re-Certified by the American Osteopathic Board of Neuromusculoskeletal and Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine, 2012.

Certificate of Competency, The Cranial Academy.


American Osteopathic Association

American Academy of Osteopathy

The Cranial Academy


"Lead Toxicity as a 20th century disease: Implications from pediatrics to geriatrics", 1988.

"Omega-3 Fatty Acids: Panacea or placebo?", 1989.

"Helicobacter pylori and its implications in the treatment of peptic ulcer disease", 1992.

"Osteopathy and Spinal Dynamics", Radio address, WEVD, 2/6/93.

"A Common Sense Approach to Osteoporosis", Lecture, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, 6/23/95.

"Osteopathy, The First Alternative", on “Alternative Medicine”, Time Warner Cable, November 1995.

"Fibromyalgia and the Serotonin Pathway", Alt Med Rev, 1998;V3#5:p367.

"Incidence of Frontal Plane Pelvic Postural Asymmetry", Part I, Journal of the American Osteopathic Association, 2004; V104#10: p411-21.