Upcoming Classes

Below you will find all of our scheduled, upcoming modules. For more information about the individuals courses, please follow the links below

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FDM Module 1

Shoulder, Ankle, Knee

February 26-27, 2022

Module 1 will focus on Shoulder, Knee and Ankle. This course will be taught by Dr. Angela Lim, DO in Las Cruces, New Mexico. The introduction will be available for 2 weeks prior to the start of the course. 

Dr. Lim's First Class!

Dr. Lim's First Class!

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FDM Module 3

Head, wrist, elbow, etc

FDM Module 3 at Michigan State February 26-27, 2022- This module taught by Dr. Jen Ribar will teach you how to address some of the more tricky areas of the body with FDM, including TMJ, wrist, elbow, feet, headaches, and more!

Prerequisite: FDM Module 1 OR Module 2 

February 26-27, 2022

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Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine

FDM Module 2

Spine emphasis

January 22-23, 2022

FDM Module 2 - Spine emphasis -on January 22-23, 2022 near Boise, Idaho. Held at the Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine and taught by Matt Booth, PT, DPT. The introduction (which previously was held on Friday night) will be available virtually for 2 weeks prior to the course.

FDM at AAO/AOASM Convocation

Module 1 - March 20-21

Advanced Concepts- March 22

These 3 days will be lead by Dr. Todd Capistrant at the Rosen Shingle Resort in Orlando, Florida. There will also be FDM workshops during the main conference on March 24-25 lead by Dr. Capistrant and Dr. Ribar

For more information click

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FDM Module 2

Spine emphasis

April 2-3, 2022

Held at Pacific Northwest University in Yakima, WA this will be taught by Dr. Angela Lim. The introduction (which previously was held on Friday night) will be available virtually for 2 weeks prior to the course.

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FDM Module 1

Shoulder, Ankle, Knee

April 20-21, 2022

Module 1 will focus on Shoulder, Knee and Ankle. This course will be taught by Dr. Todd Capistrant, DO in Bloomington, MN. The introduction will be available for 2 weeks prior to the start of the course. 

FDM Module 2

Spine emphasis

April 23-24, 2022
Two opportunities this weekend!

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University of Wisconsin Statewide Osteopathic Collaborative is hosting this course, taught by Todd Capistrant, DO in Madison, Wisconsin. The introduction (which previously was held on Friday night) will be available virtually for 2 weeks prior to the course.

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Rocky Vista College of Osteopathic Medicine in Parker, Colorado, taught by Jen Ribar, DO. The introduction (which previously was held on Friday night) will be available virtually for 2 weeks prior to the course.

FDM Module 3

Head, wrist, elbow, etc

Hosted by Mayo Clinic at Mankato, this course will be taught by Dr. Todd Capistrant will teach you how to address some of the more tricky areas of the body with FDM, including TMJ, wrist, elbow, feet, headaches, and more!

May 20-21, 2022

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Class will end in the early afternoon each day, to give participants the opportunity to explore the beautiful coast of Maine in August! 

Eligible for up to

12.5 CME

Advanced Course
FDM is Female,FDM is Health

August 6-7, 2022

This is the first time an Advanced Course is being taught by an exclusively female faculty! Anyone who has taken an FDM Module is eligible to take this course, regardless of size, shape, gender or background. Topics will include FDM in pregnancy, pelvic pain, infants, and trauma, as well as how to modify techniques to accommodate for patient/ practitioner size differences. 

For more about the class click HERE

Link to FDM supplies list: bit.ly/FDMgear

Cancellation Policy:
Full Refund on or before 4 weeks prior to start of course; 50% Refund 4 weeks to 2 weeks prior to module.  No refund within 2 weeks of the module. However, module fee can be applied to future course with the same teaching company (e.g. FDM Academy, CORE FDM, etc.).  If a module is cancelled by the module host at any point, a full refund of module registration will be offered.

                                                                             CME/CEUs

This program (Modules 1 and 2) is approved for 20 hours of AOA Category 1-A CME credit by the AOA CCME; for Physical Therapists, this course is approved for 20 hours of CEUs for Pennsylvania PTs, 18.75 hours of CEUs by the Texas Board of Physical Therapy Examiners (with reciprocity to many states in the US).  Application is in process for the PT Board of Ohio, New Jersey, and with the BOC for Athletic Trainers.  For Modules 1 and 2, there are a total of 20 class hours, both being introductory classes that can be taken in either order.  Module 3 is a total of 16 hours, and needs to be taken after one (but not necessarily both) of the Module 1 and 2 courses.