The American Osteopathic College of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation joins with the Oklahoma Osteopathic Association and the entire Osteopathic Community in mourning the loss of a member of our osteopathic family and profession, Stephanie Husen, DO. We offer our condolences to the Husen family and the families of the Preston Phillips, MD, William Love, and Amanda Glenn.

 

Providing our members with data based on clinical relevance and refined information is one of our priorities and the mission of the College. 

The vision of the American Osteopathic College of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation is that we are dedicated to providing leadership for the PMR profession and to providing a home to all osteopathic PMR physicians. 

The AOCPMR provides added value services to its members in the areas of advocacy, education, and practice. AOCPMR values camaraderie, excellence, and quality as it lives its mission. 


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The vision of the American Osteopathic College of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation is that we are dedicated to providing leadership for the PMR profession and to providing a home to osteopathic PMR practitioners.

The AOCPMR provides added value services to its members in the areas of advocacy, education and practice. AOCPMR values camaraderie, excellence and quality as it lives its mission. As members of the osteopathic medical profession, in an effort to instill loyalty and strengthen the profession, we recall the tenets on which this profession is founded – the dynamic interaction of mind, body and spirit; the body’s ability to heal itself; the primary role of the musculoskeletal system and preventive medicine as the key to maintain health.

We recognize the work our predecessors have accomplished in building the profession and we commit ourselves to continuing the work.

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Rob Gotlin Community Leadership
Grant 
Provides First Award

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Bennett's Village was the recipient of the first Rob Gotlin Community Leadership Grant. AOCPMR Resident member, Emily Hillaker, DO, applied for the grant to provide a communication board as part of Bennett's Village at Pen Park in Charlottesville, VA. The communications board, which enables children and adults who are unable to speak to better communicate with others, was installed July 29. Local media has taken notice of the board's installation: 
UVA Health News
CBS 19 News

The Rob Gotlin Community Leadership Award supports innovative projects that reduce physical or environmental barriers for individuals with disabilities. Funding is awarded for projects aimed at advancing accessibility and inclusivity within the community, promoting physical and emotional wellness, and optimizing access to healthcare. The grant is named in loving memory of long-time active AOCPMR member, Rob Gotlin, DO.