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2019 WOMA Fall Seminar

Changing the Inevitable: Preventative Pathways to Avoid Chronic Disease

September 21, 2019

PNWU
Yakima, WA

DO Day in Olympia

March 6, 2020
9:00am-3:00pm

On-Demand CME

2019 Meet & Treat

Details Coming Soon

DOs: Treating People,
Not Just Symptoms
Promoting Our Profession

The purpose of this Association is to promote the Osteopathic Medical Profession to its members and to the public, and to support access to high quality, cost-effective healthcare for all Washington.

Public Relations

Our public relations program presents the story of osteopathic medicine to the people of Washington. By communicating with government officials and consumers, we create a better understanding of our profession and improve the professional climate in which we all must practice.

Our Network

Working together through committees, we form a network of voluntary efforts in all phases of health care.  Joining together through committees, we represent an expanse of knowledge and ideas as broad as those of our combined membership and as diversified as the many specialties we represent.

WOMA keeps a watchful eye on the legislature and agencies which establish the rules and regulations that govern your ability to practice.

REPRESENTATION
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WOMA provides its News You Can Use by email on a bi-weekly basis to keep you informed without constantly inundating your email box.  

COMMUNICATION
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About Us
Physicians Treating People... Not Just Symptoms

The Washington Osteopathic Medical Association (WOMA) is a non-profit professional membership organization for the osteopathic physicians and their patients.

WOMA is a divisional society of the American Osteopathic Association.

Students

Today, more than 25 percent of medical students in the United States are training to be osteopathic physicians.

Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine

Osteopathic physicians bring the additional benefits of osteopathic manipulative techniques to diagnose and treat patients.

Scope of Practice

Osteopathic physicians can choose any specialty, prescribe drugs, perform surgeries, and practice medicine anywhere in the United States.

Treating the Whole Patient

Osteopathic physicians work in partnership with patients to help them achieve a high level of wellness by focusing on health education, injury prevention, and disease prevention.

Upcoming Events

DO Day 
March 4, 2020
Olympia, WA

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