Dr. Nicole Myers (COM-Bradenton)
Dr. Myers is a proud osteopathic physician who graduated from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. She is dually board certified in Family Medicine and Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment and Neuromusculoskeletal medicine/Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine. She is currently the Osteopathic Principles and Practices Course Director at LECOM Bradenton. In addition, she is a certified life coach and the Director of Career, Academic, and Life Coaching.
Osteopathic manipulative treatment, Osteopathic manipulative medicine, Alternative and complementary therapies, preventing burnout in physician and physician in training populations. Most recently completed a study entitled “Effects of osteopathic manipulative treatment and bio-electromagnetic energy regulation therapy on neck pain.”
- Auger, Kyle, Shedlock, Gregory, Coutinho, Kasey, Myers, Nicole E. and Lorenzo, Santiago. “Effects of osteopathic manipulative treatment and bio-electromagnetic energy regulation therapy on lower back pain” Journal of Osteopathic Medicine, vol., no., 2021. https://doi.org/10.1515/jom-2020-0132.
- Kuchera ML, DO, Irwin J, Myers NE, Ferencz V; Nelson J. “Documenting and Comparing Frequencies and Forces Used to Perform Lymphatic Pump OMT Manually and With Use of a Machine.” J Am Osteopath Assoc. 2011;111(8):490.
- Kuchera ML, Myers NE, Ferencz V, Nelson J, Casella F. “Comparing inter-examiner reliability levels when diagnosing male & female innominate dysfunction using a hemi-pelvis compression lateralization test and pelvic landmark levels.” Manuelle Medizin. 2010;48: 369.
- Kuchera ML, Casella F, Myers NE, Nelson J, Ferencz V. “Inter-examiner reliability of an anterior superior iliac spine compression test used to lateralize pelvic somatic dysfunction to the right side or not.” Manuelle Medizin. 2010; 48: 370.
- “Do you hear that ringing? An osteopathic manipulative therapy approach to tinnitus.” American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians ACOFP annual convention and scientific seminars poster presentation. Las Vegas, NV 2015.
- “Comparing inter-examiner reliability levels when diagnosing male & female innominate dysfunction using a hemi-pelvis compression lateralization test and pelvic landmark levels.” American Academy of Osteopathy Convocation. Colorado Springs, CO, PA, 2011.