DFM Statewide Research Forum: The Science and Clinical Application of Manual Medicine

The Department of Family Medicine Research Committee, in conjunction with the Research Fellowship Program, announces the second of the Spring 2011 series of Statewide Research Forums.

"The science and clinical application of manual medicine: Research mechanisms indicative of action and supportive of clinical outcomes" 

Presenter: Hollis King, DO

Date/Time:  April 12, 2011 - 12:30-1:30 PM

Location: Alumni Hall-Mendota Room located at 1100 Delaplaine Ct.,  Madison, WI

Hollis King, DO is a professor with the School of Osteopathic Medicine at Andrew Taylor Still University (ATSU) in Mesa, Arizona, specializing in osteopathic manipulative medicine.  He is an active clinical researcher and has published research on the benefits of prenatal osteopathic treatment, the impact of osteopathic treatment on immune system function, and research supportive of cranial bone motion. 

Dr. King is a graduate of the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine and maintained an osteopathic manipulative medicine practice in San Diego, CA for 22 years. He has served on the OPP faculties of the Western University of Health Science College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific and the Texas college of Osteopathic Medicine. Prior to joining the ATSU-SOMA faculty Dr. King served three years as the Associate Executive Director of the Osteopathic Research Center on the campus of the University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth, TX  

 Please contact Terry Little at terry.little@fammed.wisc.edu to confirm attendance or to arrange for videoconferencing of this forum.