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Oklahoma State University

Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine

Notice: The webpage for the Department of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine is currently under construction. For questions or inquiries, please contact Robin Dyer, D.O., at robin.dyer@okstate.edu.

Our mission is to produce osteopathic physicians who integrate osteopathic philosophy and manipulative medicine into primary care and all specialties. We provide medical school instruction, rotations, continuing medical education support, scholarly activity and patient care services.

Residency Program

The Plus One Residency program is designed for residents who have finished their chosen AOA residency programs and want to do an additional training year specifically in osteopathic medicine.

A new one-year program begins each July with two available slots for graduating residents. Training will take place at the OSU Center for Health Sciences campus, ambulatory clinic and OSU Medical Center in Tulsa, OK.

Patient Care

OSU Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine is dedicated to providing exceptional patient care. Our physicians can help relieve neck, back and other acute or chronic pain without surgery. Our services can help treat asthma, sinus disorder, carpal tunnel syndrome, migraines, and more.

For more information or to make an appointment, call 918-561-1131.

OMM - Health Care Center
2345 Southwest Blvd.
Tulsa, OK 74107
918-561-1131 (phone)
 918-561-1140

Faculty

Robin Dyer, D.O.
Chair, Department of OMM
Professor

Stephen Barnes, D.O.
Clinical Assistant Professor

Kelley Joy, D.O.
Clinical Associate Professor
Director of Ambulatory Care

Miriam Mills, M.D.
Clinical Professor

Mark Thai, D.O.
Clinical Assistant Professor
Vice-Chair, Department of OMM
Residency Director, "Plus One" NMM/OMM Program 
Director of Hospital Services, OMM Department

Jennifer Wilson, D.O.
Clinical Assistant Professor