OMM Review Course

June 21, 2013

This activity will introduce physicians in the community that take DMU students to some of the osteopathic manual medicine (OMM) diagnostic procedures and treatment procedures that are taught at the University. The preceptors will be presented with an explanation of the safety of the osteopathic manual medicine procedures. Our hope is that they will become comfortable with allowing students to practice those techniques during patient care so that they can maintain their skill. DMU is committed to providing a way for interested physicians to review osteopathic manual medicine procedures with the ability to practice them in a safe laboratory environment.

By relying on the combination of didactic learning, case presentations, and hands-on skills-based workshops, the educational experience of the learner is enhanced. The concepts taught in the didactic lectures are then demonstrated in the laboratory session. If the learners have difficulty in performing the treatments in the laboratory session, OMM experts are on-site to offer guidance and address concerns.

The following learner attributes will be addressed:  Osteopathic philosophy and osteopathic manipulative medicine, medical knowledge, patient-centered care, professionalism, practice-based learning and improvement, evidence-based practice, quality improvement, and interpersonal and communication skills.

Target Audience

D.O. and M.D. preceptors who teach DMU students. Although we are encouraged by the interest in OMM shown by the residents, please be advised that this course is ONLY open to preceptors taking DMU students, not residents. Resident members of DMU OPTI will be instructed in OMM separate and aside from the course. Surgery and internal medicine residents will receive didactic training sessions in house.

Objectives

  1. Demonstrate competence in various Osteopathic Manual Medicine (OMM) skill levels to deliver or supervise OMM to patients.
  2. Use OMM on appropriate patients.
  3. Treat patients using current OMM treatment styles.
  4. Safely apply OMM treatment styles in the clinical setting.

Agenda

Intro to OMM Pre-Course: Strongly suggested for M.D.’s who are not familiar with OMM, and D.O.’s who would like a basic refresher. 

8 amIntroduction to OMM, OMM Terminology, Safety of OMM
9 am Biomechanics of Manual Medicine- Intro to Treatment Styles
10 amPalpation/Soft Tissue techniques, Hip Musculature Muscle Energy Techniques
11 amBreak


OMM Focused Review

11:15 amIntegrating DMU students’ OMM skills into the preceptor’s medical practice
Subjects taught, patient presentations (e.g.: pregnant patient, hospitalized patient), specialized PE skills (e.g.: neurologic exam), conditions for which OMM is appropriate.
12:15 pm Lunch
1 pmCervical Spine OMM:  Diagnosis and Select Treatments - Including Documentation Billing and Coding
2 pmLaboratory Session for Cervical Spine
3 pmBreak
3:15 pmLumbar Spine OMM:  Diagnosis and Select Treatments - Including Documentation Billing and Coding   
4 pmLaboratory Session for Lumbar Spine
5:15 pmAdjourn

Speakers and Hands-On Instructors

  • Jose S. Figueroa, DO, Diplomat AOBPM&R, FAAPM&R (Activity Director)
    Assistant Professor - Osteopathic Manual Medicine and Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, Clinician - Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinic and Osteopathic Manual Medicine Clinic, Des Moines University
  • G. Bradley Klock, DO, FAAO
    Chair - Osteopathic Manual Medicine and Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, Clinician - Osteopathic Manual Medicine Clinic, Des Moines University
  • Drew Lewis, DO, Diplomat AOBPM&R, AAPM&R
    Assistant Professor - Osteopathic Manual Medicine and Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, Clinician - Osteopathic Manual Medicine Clinic and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinic, Des Moines University
  • Adrian L. Woolley, DO
    Assistant Professor - Family Medicine and Osteopathic Manual Medicine, Clinician - Osteopathic Manual Medicine Clinic and Family Medicine Clinic, Des Moines University

The speakers indicated they have no financial relationships to disclose relevant to the content of this CME activity. 

Dress Code

Each participant’s body must be accessible for observation. Please refrain from wearing large or sharp jewelry. No jeans please. 

  • Women: Sports top or close fitting T-shirts, and shorts or sweats.
  • Men: Shorts or sweats and T-shirts.
  • All: Warm-up suits or other clothing worn over the above described attire is advised to ensure comfort between demonstrations, as temperatures may vary in the room.

Registration

There is not a cost to attend but registration is encouraged.

Commercial Support

Educational grants are not being accepted for this activity.

Continuing Education Credit

  • AOA:  Des Moines University and the AOA Council on Continuing Medical Education approve this program for a maximum of 7.0 hours of AOA Category 1-A CME credits.
  • Other:  Attendees will be given a certificate of participation for a maximum 7.0 continuing education hours.
Course summary
Available credit: 
  • 7.00 AOA Category 1­A
  • 7.00 CE Contact Hours
Course opens: 
06/21/2013
Course expires: 
06/21/2013
Event starts: 
06/21/2013 - 8:00am
Event ends: 
06/21/2013 - 5:15pm
Cost:
$0.00
Rating: 
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Des Moines University 3200 Grand Avenue
Des Moines, IA 50312
United States

Available Credit

  • 7.00 AOA Category 1­A
  • 7.00 CE Contact Hours

Accreditation Period

Course opens: 
06/21/2013
Course expires: 
06/21/2013

Price

Cost:
$0.00
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