Dr. Maud Haimson Nerman is an osteopathic physician with specialties in osteopathic manual medicine, cranial osteopathy, and classical homeopathy. A Stanford University graduate, she attended medical school at the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, where she received the Riland Award in 1981 for excellence in osteopathic manual medicine. She completed her internship at Doctors Hospital in Atlanta, GA, receiving the Hoyt Trimble Award for Proficiency in Manual Medicine. Dr. Nerman has studied with some of the greatest osteopathic physicians, including Rebecca and Howard Lippincott, Robert Fulford, Herbert Miller, Anne Wales, Stanley Schiowitz, Ernest Bernhardi, Viola Frymann and Joyce Vetterlein. She began her homeopathic training in 1983, and has since furthered her study with leading experts in the field.

From 1982 to 1987, Dr. Nerman was an assistant professor at Western University College of Osteopathic Medicine, where she taught family practice and osteopathic practice and principles. She has been an Adjunct Clinical Instructor at the Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Vallejo, CA, since its inception.

Dr. Nerman has been in practice for over three decades. She uses her exceptional skills to help patients recover from injury and address complex medical conditions and neurological problems, including brain injury, epilepsy, migraines, low back pain, GERD, chronic ear infections, and hormonal problems. She lectures extensively throughout the United States on osteopathic medicine, and regularly teaches advanced courses for medical professionals on the treatment of brain injury and trauma, including injuries from motor vehicle accidents.

Healing Pain and Injury is Dr. Nerman’s first non-fiction book. She is currently writing the next book in this series, which will explore our new understanding of traumatic brain injury and approaches to healing it.