Andrew L. Kulik, D.O.,F.A.O.A.S.
Date of Birth, June 9, 1947
Place of Birth, Sellersville, PA
High School Education
Quakertown Community High School Quakertown, PA. Graduated, College Prep, June 1965. Active in Student Council, Yearbook Staff, Cross Country Team, and National Honor Society.
Geneva College, Beaver Falls, PA., 1965-1969. Graduated, B.A. in Premedical Science, June 1969. Attained Dean’s List. Active in Pre-Medical Society and Intramural Sports.
Villanova University, Villanova, PA, 1969-1970, Graduate School of Biology. Completed studies in Cellular Biology and Parasitology.
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Philadelphia, PA. Attained the D.O. Degree in June 1976.
Internship, Delaware Valley Medical Center, Bristol, PA, 1976-1977.
National Board of Osteopathic Examiners, 1977. Pennsylvania Board of Osteopathic Examiners, 1977. California State Board of Osteopathic Examiners, 1977.
Family Practice, Specializing in Osteopathic Manipulation and Sclerotherapy, 1979-Present.
American Osteopathic Association. American College of Osteopathic Sclerotherapeutic Pain Management. Association of Military Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons. Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons of California. San Diego Osteopathic Medical Association. American Association of Orthopedic Medicine. Canadian Association of Orthopedic Medicine.
Chairman, Osteopathic Principles and Practices Committee, Hillside Hospital, 1980-1982. Vice-President, Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons of San Diego County, 1981-1983. Vice-President, American Osteopathic Academy of Sclerotherapy, 1981-1983. President-Elect and Program Chairman of the American Osteopathic Academy of Sclerotherapy, 1983-1985. President, American Osteopathic Academy of Sclerotherapy, 1985-1987. Board of Directors, American Osteopathic Academy of Sclerotherapy, 1987-1989. President, San Diego Osteopathic Medical Association, 1989. President, American Board of Sclerotherapy, 1988-1991. Regional Coordinator, College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific Clinical Campus San Diego, May, 1989-1990. Board of Directors, American College of Osteopathic Sclerotherapeutic Pain Management 2001-2003.
Enlisted in the United States Navy, December,1970. Basic Training, Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, IL, December 1970-February 1971. Served as Recruit Petty Officer Chief and Commander of the State Flag Company Precision Marching Team. United State Naval Hospital Corps School, Great Lakes, IL, February 1971-May 1971. Served As Educational Petty Officer, graduated with Honors and Distinction. United States Navy, School of Medical Technology, Naval Regional Medical Center Bethesda, MD, 1971-1972. United States Navy Officer Candidate School. Newport, R.I., May-August 1972. Commissioned Ensign, August 1972. Chief Medical Officer, Third Amphibious Squadron and USS Cleveland LPD-7, 1977-1978. Medical Officer, Family Practice Department, United States Amphibious Base, Coronado CA, 1978-1979. Transferred to United States Naval Reserve Inactive, June 1979. Commissioned Captain, United States Air Force Reserve, September 1982. Medical Officer, Radiology Officer, Continuing Medical Education Officer, Credentials Officer 42 MSES, Norton, AFB, CA, September 1982-1994. Operation Desert Shield/Storm, Senior Flight Surgeon 42 APSS, KKIA, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Jan.-Mar. 1991. Promoted to Lt. Col., June 6 1993. Transferred to Inactive Reserve, 1993.
American Board of Sclerotherapy, July 1989.
Fellow, American College of Osteopathic Sclerotherapeutic Pain Management, October 1983.
Associate Professor, Department of Family Practice, College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific, 1979. Lectured on many occasions to local and national medical groups on the topic of Sclerotherapy. Regional Coordinator, College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific May, 1989-1990.
“Low Back Pain”, Osteopathic Medicine, December 1976. Collaborated with Morton Walker, D.P.M. on the article, “Schuerman’s Disease Treated with Manipulation”, Townsend Newsletter, April 1988. “Sclerotherapy May Subdue Stubborn Back Pain”, Family Practice News, December 15, 1993, vol. 23, No. 24.
For outstanding service to the community, award “Citizen of the Month”, February, 1985, for the 44th Congressional District by Congressman Jim Bates.
Team Physician, Monte Vista High School Football Team, 1984-1986. Member, Escondido Historical Society Member, San Pasqual Battlefield Monument Historical Society Supporting Member, Special Olympics Supporting Member, Sierra Club Supporting Member, St. Vincent DePaul Supporting Member, Make a Wish Foundation