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The current average salary for a physician in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine is $165,233, which comes out to around $79 per hour. This number will vary based on your location, skill set, and the amount of experience you have. With that being said, you have the ability to pursue a job in a state that has a high average salary. For example, Connecticut, Nevada, Hawaii, Massachusetts, and Tennessee are the five states with the highest average salaries. The salaries in these states range from $160,389, in Connecticut, to $165,539, in Tennessee. This field is expected to grow by 5% by the year 2030.
Some benefits of working in the Osteopathic Medicine field include getting to know patients and making a difference in their lives, receiving above-average compensation, and having the choice to practice in any specialty.
As an Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine specialist, you should possess the following skills: interpersonal skills, communication skills, the ability to work on a team, and attention to detail.
As a physician in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine, you can expect to perform job duties such as using x-rays, MRIs, and other diagnostic tools to treat patients, developing treatment plans, prescribing medication and performing surgery when necessary, using a variety of movements to help diagnose illnesses, establishing rapport with patients, and scheduling follow-ups and monitoring patients’ progress.
Most Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine doctors choose to work in a small private office or clinic.
Although becoming a physician is difficult, you may decide that you’d like to pursue CME, or continuing medical education, once you complete your initial education and you’ve been practicing for a while. You will find that there are both specialty-focused and directory-like organizations that can assist you in accessing CME resources. Some of these CME resources are as follows: podcasts, videos, live or virtual conferences, webinars, and live or virtual courses. You can find these resources with the help of the following organizations: the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), the Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine Education Series, CME Center, the American Academy of Osteopathy, the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine (AACOM), and osteopathic.org.
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