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January 24-25, 2020

Musculoskeletal Manipulation Course: Approaching Musculoskeletal Problems Using Osteopathic Manipulation

CME Event

The Ritz-Carlton, Cleveland

This course is an integration of formal curriculum in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine/Musculoskeletal Medicine refined over the past 20 years by Paul Evans, DO and Michael Rowane, DO. This course has been successfully given in Family Medicine and Sports Medicine residencies and fellowships as well as state and national conferences.

Drs. Evans and Rowane, the primary faculty of the course, are the authors of “Basic Musculoskeletal Manipulation: the 15 Minute Office Visit,” the accompanying textbook for the course. This course will teach basic assessment and treatment for low back pain, thoracic and neck pain with Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment (OMT). The course, sometimes referred to as "Osteopathic Manipulation 101," is designed for both novice MD and experienced DO physicians who may feel a bit rusty as well as osteopathic physicians with expertise, but desire exposure to a method to teach osteopathic concepts will benefit from this course as well. The course is broken up into two parts:

  • Part 1: Basic OMT curriculum taught to DO and MD residents and attending physicians
  • Part 2: Faculty development session to review teaching concepts and specific tips on supervising residents and students by DO and MD faculty

There is an optional 3rd day for added OMT training with a regional faculty as part of the CAOM January OMT Seminar on Sunday, January 26, 2020. Discounted rates are available for attendees of the Musculoskeletal Manipulation Course who wish to also attend the Sunday program.

This program is great for international students who are applying to osteopathic programs and need osteopathic training.

Location:
The Ritz-Carlton
1515 W 3rd St
Cleveland OH 44113

CME:
This program is designated for 16 hours of AOA category 1-A credits.  
Download the registration and agenda, or register online.

For more information, contact:
Kristin Scott
Phone: 440-653-5110
Email: info@caomed.com
Website: https://www.caomed.com/

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2020-01-24 2020-01-25 America/Detroit Musculoskeletal Manipulation Course: Approaching Musculoskeletal Problems Using Osteopathic Manipulation This course is an integration of formal curriculum in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine/Musculoskeletal Medicine refined over the past 20 years by Paul Evans, DO and Michael Rowane, DO. This course has been successfully given in Family Medicine and Sports Medicine residencies and fellowships as well as state and national conferences. Drs. Evans and Rowane, the primary faculty of the course, are the authors of “Basic Musculoskeletal Manipulation: the 15 Minute Office Visit,” the accompanying textbook for the course. This course will teach basic assessment and treatment for low back pain, thoracic and neck pain with Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment (OMT). The course, sometimes referred to as "Osteopathic Manipulation 101," is designed for both novice MD and experienced DO physicians who may feel a bit rusty as well as osteopathic physicians with expertise, but desire exposure to a method to teach osteopathic concepts will benefit from this course as well. The course is broken up into two parts: Part 1: Basic OMT curriculum taught to DO and MD residents and attending physicians Part 2: Faculty development session to review teaching concepts and specific tips on supervising residents and students by DO and MD faculty There is an optional 3rd day for added OMT training with a regional faculty as part of the CAOM January OMT Seminar on Sunday, January 26, 2020. Discounted rates are available for attendees of the Musculoskeletal Manipulation Course who wish to also attend the Sunday program. This program is great for international students who are applying to osteopathic programs and need osteopathic training. Location:The Ritz-Carlton1515 W 3rd StCleveland OH 44113 CME:This program is designated for 16 hours of AOA category 1-A credits.  Download the registration and agenda, or register online. For more information, contact:Kristin ScottPhone: 440-653-5110Email: info@caomed.comWebsite: https://www.caomed.com/ The Ritz-Carlton, Cleveland