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OMT: A Review of the Basics
This live webinar is designed to help prepare for the OMT Practical Exam.
Thursday, March 5, 2015
7:00 pm – 8:00 pm CST
Earn 1 Hour Category 1-A CME*
Presenter: Jennifer Lorine, DO
This presentation will discuss OMT basics and direct & indirect techniques including: Soft tissue, Myofascial Release, HVLA, Articulatory technique, Muscle Energy and Counterstrain. Indications, contraindications, and context of use for each technique will also be discussed. Basic OMT techniques for a variety of dysfunctions will be covered.
- Differentiate Indirect & Direct Technique
- Learn the basics of basic OMT techniques
- Learn indications and contraindications for each technique discussed
Members - $25
Non-Members - $35
There is a REQUIRED pre-assessment associated with this webinar. You will receive a link to the pre-assessment in your confirmation email. You must complete this pre-assessment before the live webinar along with a post-test after the live webinar to earn CME credit. This program anticipates being approved for 1.0 AOA Category 1-A CME credits, pending approval from the AOA CCME. Participants are required to attend the entire session and participate in a pre-test and a post-test (post-test with a passing grade of 70%) in order to be eligible for CME credit.
As Stated in the 2013-2015 AOA Continuing Medical Education Guide for Osteopathic Physicians, Osteopathic physicians may earn up to 30% of their category 1-A requirements from interactive Internet CME (i.e., up to nine Category 1-A CME credits for members with a requirement of thirty Category 1-A). Category 1-A interactive Internet CME credits earned in excess of nine will be applied to the Category 1-B and Category 2-B CME requirements.
As stated in the 2013-2015 AOA Specialty Continuing Medical Education Policy, AOA certification policy requires board-certified diplomats to earn at least 50 credits of continuing medical education (CME) in their specialty during each three-year CME cycle.