Education and Training
The Osteopathic Center for Children is dedicated to delivering the highest-quality educational activities, and we are proud to be in partnership with Osteopathy’s Promise to Children (OPC), an AOA-accredited CME sponsor. Our collaboration with OPC is designed to guarantee the excellence and compliance of our educational programs.
At OPC, planning, coordination, and thorough documentation are at the core of our joint efforts. OPC takes a leadership role in overseeing the entire planning process, ensuring that every detail is accounted for. We are committed to upholding the stringent guidelines set forth by the American Osteopathic Association (AOA), and OPC assumes full responsibility for ensuring our programs align with these standards.
Our collaboration with OPC is a testament to our commitment to providing educational offerings that meet the highest standards of quality and compliance. When you attend our events, you can expect nothing but the best. Most of our events take place at the Osteopathic Center San Diego, a hub of excellence in osteopathic education. Join us in our journey towards advancing osteopathic knowledge and practice.
Osteopathy’s Promise to Children invites you to join us to learn about an upcoming research project on using Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment (OMT) to treat plagiocephaly. The OPT-IN* Trial will be starting soon. Come learn more to see how this could benefit you, your patients, and their families!
*OPT-IN: Osteopathic Plagiocephaly Treatment for Infants and Neonates
On Demand CME
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Many infants have difficulty with sucking and swallowing, causing issues in effectively breastfeeding, feeding, swallowing, and speech. Tongue and lip ties can affect feeding as well as oromotor development and speech. Effective treatment varies for infants and children.
The activity addresses osteopathic clinicians’, as well as other practicing clinicians’, needs to improve knowledge, competence and/or performance for the treatment of pediatric patients by leveraging the principles of osteopathic medicine.