Stay Up-to-Date on Evidence-Based Medicine

Osteopathic principles and practice are core to why you chose this profession, and there's no better place to stay in touch with the latest in evidence-based medicine and refresh your OMT skills than this year's Intensive Osteopathic Update, taking place in-person August 5–7 in Rosemont, Illinois.

Intensive Osteopathic Update
Join us in Rosemont, Illinois
August 5–7, 2022


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In-Person Schedule-at-a-Glance*


Friday, August 5

           
             
9:00–10:00 am CT   General Session    
             
10:00–11:15 am CT    Concurrent OMT Sessions  
   
    Extremities
Cervicothoracic
       
             
11:15–11:30 am CT   Networking Coffee Break        
             
11:30 am–12:30 pm CT CME Session: Antifragility
   
             
12:30–1:15 pm CT
  Networking Lunch Break        
             
1:15–1:45 pm CT   CME Session: PrEP Lecture
   
         
1:45–2:15 pm CT   CME Session: Renal Topic
   
         
2:15–2:45 pm CT   CME Session: Common Prostate Diagnoses, Management in Family Medicine and When to Refer
             
2:45–3:30 pm CT   CME Session: All Opioid Use and Abuse: Appropriate Indications
   
             
3:45–4:00 pm CT   Networking Beverage Break        
             
4:00–5:15 pm CT   Concurrent OMT Sessions
       
    Extremities
Cervicothoracic
             
5:15–6:15 pm CT   Welcome Reception
   
             

           

Saturday, August 6

           
             
8:30–9:30 am CT   General Session
   
             
9:15–10:30 am CT Concurrent OMT Sessions
   
    Low Back and Pelvis
Viscerosomatic

             
10:15–10:30 am CT   Networking Coffee Break        
             
10:30–11:00 am CT   CME Session: Basic Electrodiagnosis: EMG and NCS Analysis    
         
11:00–11:30 am CT   CME Session: ACOs and CINs in Primary Care    
             
11:30 am – 12:00 pm CT   CME Session: Prevention in Geriatrics
   
         
12:00–12:30 pm CT   CME Session: Cirrhosis: The Role of the PCP    
             
12:30–1:15 pm CT   Networking Lunch Break    
             
1:15–2:15 pm CT   CME Session: GI and Functional Medicine
   
             
2:15–3:00 pm CT   CME Session: Updates to Treatments and Guidelines for Hypertension
             
3:00–3:45 pm CT   CME Session: Common Orthopedic Injuries and Treatments
   
         
3:45–4:15 pm CT   CME Session: Nephrology Review    
         
4:15–4:30 pm CT   Networking Beverage Break    
             
4:30–5:45 pm CT   Concurrent OMT Sessions
   
    Low Back and Pelvis
Viscerosomatic
             

           

Sunday, August 7

           
             
8:00–8:30 am CT   CME Session: OMT Billing and Coding    
         
8:45–10:45 am CT   OMT Next Level, Part 1    
    Cervical    
         
10:45–11:00 am CT   Networking Coffee Break        
             
11:00 am – 12:45 pm CT   OMT Next Level, Part 2        
    Thoracic Spine        
             

On-Demand Only Sessions*


  • Adapting Medicare Annual Wellness Visits for the Long-Term Care Population | 0.75 hours
  • Allergies to PPE | 0.75 hours
  • Cardiac Sequelae: COVID-19 | 0.5 hours
  • Cardiology Hot Topics and EKG | 1.0 hours
  • Common Ethical Dilemmas in Medicine | 0.75 hours
  • Going From Red to Green: Implementing Strategies to Improve Quality Metrics at the Point of Care | 0.75 hours
  • Introduction to the Microbiome and Current Research Trends | 0.75 hours
  • Popular Diets | 1.0 hours
  • Review of Personality Disorders and How to Identify Them | 1.0 hours
  • Women's Health | 1.0 hours
  • Working With Behavioral Health/Mental Health Professionals in Primary Care | 0.75 hours
  • Wound Care | 1.0 hours


*Sessions subject to change.

The American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians (ACOFP) is accredited by the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) to provide osteopathic continuing medical education for physicians. 

The ACOFP designates this program for a maximum of 35 AOA Category 1-A CME credits and will report CME and specialty credits commensurate with the extent of the physician’s participation in this activity.