Osteopathic Manipulation Medicine, or OMM, is a type of manual therapy used by osteopathic physicians that uses physical contact to heal the body and correct faulty function of the musculoskeletal system.
OMM incorporates various techniques applied to joints, their surrounding soft tissues, muscles and fascia (tissue that provides support and protection). Osteopathic manipulation is intended to be used in conjunction with conventional medical treatments where it is deemed appropriate.
Many common complaints such as low back pain, neck pain, headache, shoulder problems and knee problems may be helped with this treatment. It may also be helpful in patients with other medical problems affecting the gastrointestinal, cardiac, pulmonary, etc. systems as an adjunct to their existing medical treatment.
Call our appointment desk at 910-893-1562 to learn more about our OMM services or to schedule an appointment with a physician.
Noon Time OMT
CUSOM students would like to provide a service to the rest of the University! They have been training in osteopathic techniques for over a year and would like to make those treatments available to the rest of the Campbell community by offering a “Noon Time OMT Clinic”.
The students will be supervised by licensed physicians, but this “Noon Time OMT” is not to be considered a treatment by a physician. It is practice for the students and an opportunity for faculty and staff to get treated and hopefully get better. The students know almost two hundred techniques and will be able to address almost any musculoskeletal pain issue.
This volunteer experience is held during the Fall & Spring semesters on Thursdays from 12:30 pm -1:00 pm in the third floor OMM Lab at Leon Levine Hall.
Please use the link below to see availability and to schedule a time to volunteer. No Sign-Up Available at this time. We look forward to seeing you in the Fall!
We ask that you arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled time to complete some paperwork. There is no charge for this treatment.