Family Medicine Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine (NMM)
FM/NMM Residency is an integrated four-year residency
in family medicine and neuromusculoskeletal medicine.
first year has one month of OMM and weekly didactics.
Years two to three consist of 4 months of NMM and 8 months
of FM rotations. One half clinic day is devoted to seeing
OMM patients. Also, on Thursday afternoons there is didactics
and lab for the NMM residents. The program is based upon
Dr. Still's teachings of "knowing anatomy".
are taught a comprehensive array of Osteopathic approaches
to plan and deliver patient appropriate treatments. Patients
are managed in out and in patient settings. Weekly, half-day
academic sessions are held. The goal of the FM/NMM is
to produce Family Physicians who fully integrate the Osteopathic
approach in diagnosis and treatment of the whole patient.
In addition, special emphasis will be placed on rheumatology,
neurology, endocrinology, immunology, sports medicine
and orthopedics as they relate to the neuromuscloskeletal
system of the patients.
Salary - $54,500 (Effective
Academic Year 2013/2014)
selection will occur by mid January of the preceding year.
Submit applications to the Department of Medical Education
at FHEO through the ERAS
wanting to rotate in OMM need to contact the GME
Patricio Bruno, D.O.
NMM Program Director: Brian Browning, D.O.
FM/NMM Coordinator: Crystal