The Still-Hildreth Sanatorium and the Future of Osteopathic Psychiatry

The Still-Hildreth Sanatorium and the Future of Osteopathic Psychiatry

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The Still-Hildreth Sanatorium was established by two of AT Still's sons and AG Hildreth, DO for the osteopathic management of psychiatric disorders. Operating between 1914 and 1968, it incorporated many different treatment approaches, including OMM. This set of talks explores the history and management approaches of the SHS, research into its surviving case reports, and what the future of osteopathic psychiatry could involve. Download the course flier.

Registration Fees
Academy member in practice* - $105
Resident or intern member - $85
Student member - $65
Nonmember practicing DO or other health care professional - $505
Nonmember resident or intern - $285
Nonmember student - $105

* The AAO’s associate members, international affiliates and supporter members are entitled to register at the same fees as full members.

CME Credits
3 credits of AOA Category 1-A CME


 
Member Price: $505.00
Non-Member Price: $505.00

 
Maximum Capacity: 100
Maximum CME Credits: 3

 
When: 2/9/2021 @ 12:00 AM to 2/8/2024 @ 12:00 AM
Registration open from: 2/9/2021 to 2/1/2024

 
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The Still-Hildreth Sanatorium was established by two of AT Still's sons and AG Hildreth, DO for the osteopathic management of psychiatric disorders. Operating between 1914 and 1968, it incorporated many different treatment approaches, including OMM. This set of talks explores the history and management approaches of the SHS, research into its surviving case reports, and what the future of osteopathic psychiatry could involve.

Learning objectives:

  1. Review the history and goals of the Still-Hildreth Sanatorium
  2. Review research regarding patient records at SHS and what osteopathic psychiatry encompassed there
  3. Discuss what the future of osteopathic psychiatry could look like
  4. Address OMM approaches that could be used in psychiatric contexts

Course Director:

Leslie Ching, DO, is a graduate of the University of Chicago for her BA. She is a 2010 graduate of the Via College of Osteopathic Medicine-Virginia. She completed Family Medicine Residency at Doctors Hospital in Columbus, OH and the NMM/OMM Plus Program at Oklahoma State University-Center for Health Sciences in Tulsa, OK. She has been a member of the OMM department at Oklahoma State since 2014. She also works in a private pediatrics clinic in Tulsa, OK, practicing general pediatrics and pediatric OMM, and at the Cherokee Nation Urgent Care.

Additional staff:

Teodor Huzij DO, FACN, is a graduate of the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine. He then completed a military combined residency in psychiatry and family medicine. Following fulfillment of his military service, Dr Huzij completed an NMM/OMM Plus One Residency at the University of New England. He serves as the medical director for Trinity Institute in Colorado Springs, CO, a Christian Osteopathic Psychiatry clinic. In addition, Dr Huzij serves as Osteopathic Principles and Practice (OPP) faculty at Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine, where he is the 2nd year OPP course director. He, is a co-founder of Osteopathy Underground, a repository of osteopathic learning, Dr Huzij’s primary areas of interest are the interface of mental health and manual medicine as well as the interface of faith and medicine.

Jason Haxton, MA, DO has been the director of the Museum of Osteopathic Medicine since January 2001. Besides managing the Museum that was created in 1934, he makes multiple international trips each year (Ireland, Belgium, Russia, Germany, Japan, New Zealand, Australia, Canada, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Brazil and the UK) to provide lectures – during the covid-19 pandemic he has been presenting his lectures through ZOOM and webinars. Ion his work he provides historic research materials and promotes the principles of osteopathic medicine through exhibits for osteopaths globally.  At A.T. Still University in Kirksville he keeps a busy schedule teaching medical students and welcoming guests from around the world to the museum. The museum is going for AAM accreditation, the highest recognition for a museum.

This video is hosted on the AAO's new Engagefully app. Registered users will receive an email with instructions on how to access the app for the web or mobile device. Upon registration, the link to this event will be provided 24 hours prior to its start.