Thursday: TO BE RESCHEDULED--Financial Education Seminar & Dinner

Have you had your financial check-up? As medical professionals, we are so good at taking caring of our patients. What about ourselves? Come join us for a complimentary financial educational dinner to learn about a process for diagnosing your financial world.

Presented by:
Susan Ganz, MBA
Financial Planner
The Prudential Insurance Company of America

Date:September 10, 2017 Sunday
Registration: 8:30am
Lecture: 9:00am-2:30pm
Continental breakfast and light lunch will be provided
NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine, Old Westbury, NY
Rockefeller Auditorium, (first floor of Rockefeller Building )
CME: This program is anticipated approval for 5 credits of AOA Category A-1 CME

Florida Laws and Rules--1 hour
Presenter: Kern Augustine
Federal & State Laws Related to the Prescribing of Controlled Substances--1 hour
Presenter: Tiffany B. Sizemore-Ruiz, DO
Prevention of Medical Errors--2 hours
Presenter: Tiffany B. Sizemore-Ruiz, DO
Professional and Medical Ethics--1 hour
Presenter: Kern Augustine
Please Note: the Domestic Violence and HIV courses are not being offered; they may be taken online at this time

DO NYSOMS Member: $250
DO Non-NYSOMS Member: $350
Full refund minus $25.00 processing fee for cancellation received on or before
September 12, 2015 in writing. All grievances should be directed to:
Executive Director, NYSOMS, 1855 Broadway, New York, NY 10023-7606.

Printable registration form and information below.

Additional information: or call (212) 261-1784

Friday: Basic Visceral by Richard G. Schuster
November 10-12, 2017

American Academy of Osteopathy Event

Hosted at:
Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine
42 E. Lauren Rd., Stratford, NJ 08084


This is a basic course in visceral manipulation. Attendees will explore traditional osteopathic concepts of ventral technique, modern concepts of visceral motion, normalization of visceral motion through fascial planes, and treating visceral mobility and motility. Emphasis will be placed on physical examination, functional anatomy, and the anatomical relationships between the diaphragms, viscera, autonomic nervous system, vascular flow and lymphatic drainage. Attendees will come away with improved confidence in physical examination, direct and indirect approaches to visceral manipulation, and an ability to integrate visceral (ventral) techniques with spinal (dorsal) and cranial approaches. This is an intermediate level course.

Richard G. Schuster, DO, course director.
20 credits of AOA Category 1-A CME anticipated.

Thursday: -04/15/2018 Sunday
Regional Osteopathic Convention - New York (ROC-NY)

Hyatt Regency Long Island
1717 Motor Parkway
Hauppauge, New York 11788

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