Residency

The Michigan State University ONMM Residency Program is dually accredited by the AOA and the ACGME. The residency education program guides the Resident in developing the necessary knowledge, skills, and values essential to become a competent practitioner, educator and researcher in the discipline of the neuromusculoskeletal system. Training will emphasize the development of skills that serve the patients, hospitals, and community and will assist residents to become strong members of the medical profession. Residents will develop communication skills between physicians, patients, government and health care agencies. They also will be provided with the knowledge to make wise economic decisions in order to provide cost-effective, quality ONMM.

Fast Facts

NMM/ONMM residency or

+1 year available

First ONMM program to receive:

ACGME accreditation

Adjunct faculty appointment to train first and second year MSU COM students

Precept The Student Community

OMM CLINIC

Easy access to
pediatric and obstetric patients

The
Largest

ONMM specialty clinic in the nation

Big 10 affiliation

• Faculty appointment
• Thousands of library resources
• Research support

Work with

MSU ATHLETES

at the COM Sports Medicine Elective

Competitive benefits package

5 CME days, 20 vacation days

Mathew Zatkin, DO
Assistant Professor, Residency Program Director
517 353 9110

Michele Benton
Resident Program Coordinator, Curriculum Assistant
517 353 9110