Just commenting to say, MD and DO are both doctors, have equivalent scope of practice for their specialties.
The main difference is that DO's are trained in and can bill for osteopathic manipulation (like the lymphatic pump), which is not pseudoscience or homeopathy, it actually works.
I've been told that DO's are encouraged in school to first give people non-prescription solutions for their problems before they prescribe, if possible. 'Help the body heal itself' basically. They may try things such as natural remedies, NOT HOMEOPATHY, things with actual scientific evidence behind it, basically try things that worked as medicine before we started in our modern day to isolate the main chemical compound out of 'X' food and put it in a pill. So if someone comes in for something mild they might recommend adding a certain food, a change in diet, or lifestyle choices whereas maybe an MD would just immediately write them a script.
Basically, they are schooled in everything a modern MD can do, + the best and still useful past medicinal remedies, + osteopathic manipulation.