On November 1st, 2018 Dr. Jake Rowan was appointed within the Department of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (OMM) as the new 3rd and 4th Year Clerkship Director. He has been a practicing clinician and Instructor within the OMM Department for 15 years. 

Restore function through osteopathic manipulative medicine. by Jake Rowan.

As we enter the new year I am encouraged by the opportunities that 2016 has to offer. It can be a year of health and happiness. But what is health?

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MSU’s Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine is here to help.

Do you ever wonder why you get intermittent pain in a muscle or near a joint? Perhaps it comes and goes seemingly without a reason? In describing your pain with family, friends or colleagues, do they relate a similar story? Perhaps they even lump your pain into their diagnosis. Most physicians don’t know what structure is causing your pain or why and also tend to lump your pain into a regional diagnosis such as low back pain or shoulder pain.

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The Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine clinic functions as a patientcentered home for spine and musculoskeletal care. We provide patient care services for those suffering from musculoskeletal and spine related disorders, which are amenable to non-surgical conservative care including osteopathic manipulative medicine. Spine-related and musculoskeletal disorders are among the most common, costly and disabling problems in Western society.

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