Multicenter Osteopathic Pneumonia Study of the Elderly (MOPSE) – OMT Techniques

In this era of Covid-19, the world struggles to find ways to minimize the viruses’ morbidity and mortality. This instructional video provides a rationale for and demonstrations…

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PBRN’s 10th Annual Meeting

(Colorado Springs, Colorado) DO-Touch.NET Practice-Based Research Network’s (PBRN) 10th annual meeting was held on 2020.03.11 just before the start of the 2020 AAO Convocation in Colorado. Discussions…

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Technique of the Month Results: February 2020

Check out the RESULTS from the February 2020 Technique of the Month! We reviewed a technique classified by the demonstrator as Cranial Manipulation or Biodynamics. Join the…

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Who uses OMT? We have an answer!

Jane Johnson, DO-Touch.NET Associate Director, and Brian Degenhardt, DO-Touch.NET Director, presented results on the characteristics of adult patients who use osteopathic manipulative treatment (OMT) to address some…

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Technique of the Month Results: January 2020

Check out the RESULTS from the January 2020 Technique of the Month! We reviewed a technique classified by the demonstrator as Counterstrain or Facilitated Positional Release. Join…

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Technique of the Month Results: December 2019

Check out the RESULTS from the December 2019 Technique of the Month! We reviewed a technique classified by the demonstrator as Indirect or Functional Method. Join the…

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Technique of the Month Results: November 2019

Check out the RESULTS from the November 2019 Technique of the Month! We reviewed a technique classified by the demonstrator as Visceral Manipulation. Join the PBRN or…

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Technique of the Month: October 2019

The October 2019 was a Halloween trick (or was it a Halloween treat?). We hope you joined in on the fun take on a High Velocity-Low Amplitude…

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Submit your own Technique of the Month video

Calling all DO-Touch.NET members!!! We would like all of you to participate in our technique classification series by submitting your own DO-Touch.NET video.  Please remember that we…

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