Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine Core Clerkship
Course Number: MEDE 8417
Clerkship Length: 4 weeks
OMM COMAT Exam
A required four-week rotation in the Department of Family Medicine and Manipulative Medicine. The rotation includes an intensive didactic and hands-on review of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine. Students see patients in a resident and/or faculty-supervised clinic and accompany faculty members during clinic reviews. Students are responsible for an end-of-rotation written examination (COMAT).
While on this clerkship students will complete a procedure log, quizzes, online modules, and board review assignments.
Loren Rowland, M. Ed.
Yein Lee, DO, MMS, FAAPMR
Ryan Seals, DO
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