Susan Milani, DO
Assistant Professor of OMM, Chair & Second Year Course Director, Department of OMM
Dr. Milani is the Chair and Second Year Course Director for the Department of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine. She is board certified in Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine/Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (NMM/OMM). She completed her residency in NMM/OMM at St. Barnabas Hospital after graduating from New York College of Osteopathic Medicine. In 2008, she began teaching and developing curriculum at TouroCOM and she has collaborated with faculty across disciplines to integrate osteopathic principles into pre-clinical courses and into clinical education in the third and fourth years. She is a member of the Educational Council on Osteopathic Principles (ECOP), a national committee that presents recommendations for curriculum at all osteopathic medical colleges.
Prior to her career in medicine, Dr. Milani was a dancer and actor and was on the faculty of NYU’s undergraduate theater program. Drawing upon a variety of movement training and practices and a B.A. in Biological Sciences, she taught and developed courses such as Anatomy for Dancers and Physical Fundamentals of Acting. As a guest faculty, she has taught workshops throughout the USA, Europe, and Australia.
Dr. Milani brings the full scope of her professional experiences to the osteopathic treatment of a wide variety of patients, from infancy to older age. She has been the team doctor for a youth soccer academy in NYC and specializes in the treatment of infants and children experiencing developmental movement issues.
OMM 1 and OMM 2 lectures and labs
Student Promotions Committee
Student HealthFair- Supervising Physician
NYSOMS PM&R job fair
Areas of Expertise
Clinical OMM with adults and special interest in infants and children
Development of movement in infants
Areas of Research
Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine
Teacher of the Year 2012-2013
The Cranial Letter, Newsletter of the Cranial Academy, A Component Society of the American Academy of Osteopathic Medicine, Posture is Movement; Enhancing Osteopathic Medicine with Somatic Movement Therapies ,Vol, 58 (2), 16-20)
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