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OIA:  Osteopathic Considerations in the COVID-19 Pandemic – Presentation of Dr. Burke to WHO meeting on the role of TCI to address COVID-19

Learning Module – Osteopathic Considerations for COVID-19





Advice for people over 70

The Lancet

NBOMEOsteopathic Approach to Patients with Respiratory Infections (Learning Module)

Osteopathy and the Influenza Pandemic 1918. Author:  Christian Fossum, DO Associate Professor, School of Health Sciences, University College Kristiania Oslo, Norway

That Discomfort You’re Feeling Is Grief

Sphere Standards and the Coronavirus Response

Multicenter Osteopathic Pneumonia Study of the Elderly (MOPSE) – OMT Techniques

Buying Time – Reducing the Demand for Mechanical Ventilation By Patients Suffering From COVID-19 by Michael Stenta, BS, OMS II

Avian Influenza – An Osteopathic Component to Treatment by Raymond J. Hruby and Keasha N. Hoffman

Osteopathic Treatment of the Avian Flu – Jacob Brainis, BSc (Med), DOMP, R.TCMP

Osteopathic Home Exercised for Lung Infections

Osteopathy and Respiratory Pandemics of 1918 and 2020 – Eva B. Shay, DO

COVID-19 – Les Recommendations de Bonne Pratique de Lunite Pour l”Osteopathie

Evidence-based assessment of potential therapeutic effects of adjunct osteopathic medicine for multidisciplinary care of acute and convalescent COVID-19 patients