Our mission is to serve the Osteopathic profession in the state of Maine through a coordinated effort of professional education, professional advocacy, and member services in order to ensure the quality of osteopathic care to the people of this state.
Maine Osteopathic Association Presents:
The 2017 Midwinter Symposium
February 10-12, 2017
Holiday Inn by the Bay
88 Spring Street Portland, Maine
Developing Skills for Compassionate Care: Learn More, DO More!
Symposium Highlights: Alcohol Use/MisUse, OBGYN topics, Overactive Bladder, Neuroendovascular Treatment, ADHD, COPD, Non-Invasive Ventilation and much more! 22 AOA Category 1-A Credits
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Choosing Wisely: Choosing Wisely centers around conversations between providers and patients informed by the evidence-based recommendations of
“Things Providers and Patients Should Question.”
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2017 Midwinter Conference: February 10-12, 2017, Holiday Inn by the Bay, Portland, Maine
2017 Oceanside Convention: June 9-11, 2017, Samoset Resort, Rockport, Maine
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Maine Osteopathic Educational Foundation
Distinguishing Ourselves: Preserving the Past and Preparing for the Future
D.O. Fundraising Campaign "Promoting Osteopathic Medicine for Generations to Come"
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The History of Osteopathic Medicine:
Osteopathic medicine is a distinctive form of medical care founded on the philosophy that all body systems are interrelated and dependent upon one another for good health. This philosophy was developed in 1874 by Dr. Andrew Taylor Still, who pioneered the concept of "wellness" and recognized the importance of treating illness within the context of the whole body. Read More