Residency Director: Thomas Crow, DO, FAAO
Residency Coordinator: Cindy McGuire
The Plus One Residency Training in Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine/Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine prepares candidates to sit for the American Osteopathic Board of Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine certifying exam. A pre-requisite for entering the program is completion of any AOA approved residency program. Individuals who complete the Plus One program will gain valuable teaching experience, clinical skills, and research training. They will be ideal candidates for faculty at one of the osteopathic colleges or OPTI GME programs.
The program’s basic standards allow for a tailored rotation schedule based on the resident’s previous training. The resident will participate in the hospital OMM consult service and the outpatient OMM clinic 3 half days per week. The resident will be required to participate in departmental research projects. The resident will also become an integral part of the teaching team, both in the clinical settings and in the lecture and laboratory sessions.
The Plus One Residency Program in NMM/OMM will help TCOM-OMM reach its academic, clinical, research and service goals while creating the next generation of academic leaders.
OMM residencies are augmented by a thriving didactic program. Didactics occur weekly at 1:00 pm every Friday afternoon. Department faculty are assigned monthly to precept giving the residents and GTA’s a varied and multifaceted experience.
Residency recruiting is handled via the AOA website, TCOM website, and via recruiting initiatives.
For more information on the Plus One Residency program click here.
This page was last modified on February 22, 2017