Dr. William H. Devine is a Clinical Professor at Midwestern University, Program Director of Graduate Osteopathic Medical Education in Arizona. He is Board Certified in Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine and Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine, and Family Medicine and Osteopathic Manipulative Besides his undergraduate Bachelor of Science degree, DO degree, dual certifications, he has earned a Fellowship in Osteopathic Research.


He comes from a family of osteopathic physicians and surgeons. Over the years of osteopathic medical and surgical practice, he expanded his interests in manual medicine, interests in medical education, medical history, medical research, and medical health policy.  He integrated osteopathic concepts and philosophy into his osteopathic medical and surgical practice. He was one of the founders of the new Midwestern University College of Osteopathic Medicine as Department chair and founded the campus osteopathic manipulative medicine clinic.


Dr. Devine is nationally and internationally known as a respected lecturer and author of topics in osteopathic manipulative medicine. His skills and interests were enhanced early from his experiences while serving as a USAF MC physician with the Tactical Air Command (Vietnam War). He has worked in emergency rooms, hospital medicine and as an osteopathic family physician.  His skills and interests expanded including hospital committee chair positions, executive committee, and board member. He has been teaching medical students, residents and providing postgraduate education through the Arizona Academy of Osteopathy, American Academy of Osteopathy, and the Arizona Osteopathic Medical Association. As president of the Arizona Academy of osteopathy he has brought many programs to medical students, residents and practicing physicians. He was a very active family practitioner for over 27 years, with a practice utilizing osteopathic principles and methods for hospitalized and outpatient conditions. He has been honored by the American Academy of Osteopathy, The American Osteopathic Association, the Arizona Osteopathic Medical Association, and Midwestern University with many awards.


He has been honored with may awards over the years for his service to osteopathic medical profession, research, publications, and teaching. He is recognized by many medical organizations nationally and He has coauthored two textbooks on Clinical Counterstrain Osteopathic Manipulation and has written and coauthored chapters in five medical textbooks, and Osteopathic research.  His practice in now is focused only on the field of neuromusculoskeletal medicine and osteopathic manipulative medicine and he continues to teach post graduate medical education.