Millicent King Channell, DO, MA
Our mission is to expand the number of osteopathic physicians who apply osteopathic practices and principles to their respective specialties. The goals for our residents are that they become:
Knowledgeable in the history and philosophy of osteopathy in America and globally
Proficient in osteopathic manipulation and integration into both inpatient and outpatient care
Competent in related fields of musculoskeletal medicine and physiology
Adept teachers of osteopathic practices and principles
Our Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine/Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine Plus One (NMM/OMM +1) residency is designed for osteopathic physicians who wants to become an expert in musculoskeletal disease and health. Applicants should be graduates of an OGME-approved residency or have a waiver from the AOA that allows their ACGME-approved residency deemed acceptable.
This additional year of training is aimed at assisting the residents in honing and perfecting their osteopathic manipulative skills in order to better serve their patients, both in any specialty, as well as act in a consultative role in ambulatory and hospital settings.
NMM/OMM +1 residents will have extensive clinic time to learn to apply OMM into a variety of patients with both acute and chronic disease. Residents participate in weekly didactic sessions in osteopathic philosophy, anatomy and embryology throughout the year. Additionally, residents will prepare and present lecture/lab sessions for osteopathic medical students and housestaff to better prepare them as future teachers in the osteopathic profession.