State: Colorado

ROME Rocky Mountain

ROME Rocky Mountain is one of three Regional Osteopathic Medical Education (ROME) conferences co-hosted by the AOA each year. Attendees participate in education sessions focused on osteopathic principles and practice, hear from world-renowned medical and health policy experts, and collaborate with like-minded DOs from across the region.


Residency Program Directors’ Workshop

The workshop is designed to address key concepts to assist residency program directors and administrators in their roles as educators. The workshop is open to anyone with an interest in osteopathic neuromusculoskeletal medicine (ONMM) residencies, not just ONMM residency program directors. Intended topics at the 2020 program directors’ workshop are still in progress. Check online … Read More


Embracing Integration: Creativity in Osteopathic Medicine

Osteopathic medicine provides patients, physicians and communities the opportunity to explore health from all perspectives, and it integrates mind, body and spirit into the provision of care and education. The 2020 Convocation, in the inherently inspirational setting of Colorado Springs, will provide experiences for integrating such concepts as nutrition, functional medicine, movement therapy, exercise prescription, … Read More


Pediatric Manual Medicine

In this course, we will approach infant development from the perspective of three integrated systems; visual, vestibular and somatosensory. We will touch on diagnoses such as developmental delay, motor impairments, musculoskeletal dysfunction, altered nervous system processing, somatic dysfunction, and sensory integration difficulties. In the process, we will treat plagiocephaly, torticollis, various shoulder and pelvic girdle … Read More


Cranial Nerve Course

This course will cover the functional associations between the cranial nerves, the sutures, the dura, and the brain. By directly palpating the peripheral branches of cranial nerves, we can evaluate/palpate them for abnormal tension. The nerves are 50% to 90% connective tissue. For example, all three branches of the trigeminal nerve have palpable parts. The … Read More


Brain Advanced: Releasing the Cranial Meninges Using a Biotensegrity Model

Releasing the intracranial meninges is an essential and very powerful application for conditions such as motor vehicle accidents, concussion, strokes, chronic meningitis, surgeries, chronic headaches as well as for cerebral palsy, ASD, etc. It can be a challenging endeavor to work on every fiber of the intracranial meninges in 3-D. In this course, we will … Read More


Cycling CME Mountain Bike Western Colorado

The Cycling CME conference emphasizes exercise and nutrition in the prevention and treatment of chronic disease, a very important topic to physicians from every specialty. In addition, the conference will review common outdoor injuries seen in active patients. Cycling CME conferences are purposefully designed to be small, helping to create an atmosphere conducive to interactive … Read More