Students learn about human bones from doctor of Osteopathic Medicine

Doctor shows bones of skeleton while students look on.
Dr. Athina Giovanis uses “Mike” the skeleton to demonstrate the different bones in the human body. She is pictured with Jaiden Chan.

On June 15, Dr. Athina Giovanis visited students in Leigh Neil’s class at Goshen Intermediate School.

Dr. Giovanis, whose daughter, Kiki Protopsaltis, is a student in class as well, is a professor at Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine in Middletown. She brought along her skeleton, “Mike,” to help teach students about the different bones in their body and what an Osteopathic doctor does.