William James Brooks, DO
Curriculum Vitae - University Scholarly Activities

 

 

Tucson General Hospital; Tucson, Arizona

1983 - 84 Lecture series for Interns and Residents (10 hours): "Osteopathic Concepts"
1985 Lecture series for Interns and Residents (10 hours): "Osteopathic Concepts"
 

The University of Arizona; Tucson, Arizona

1984 Lecture for the University of Arizona Omni Alternative Pre-med Group (2 hours):  "Introduction to Osteopathic Medicine"
1985 Lecture for Sophomore class, College of Medicine: "Introduction to Osteopathic Medicine"

Seminar for Sophomore class, College of Medicine (18 hours): "Osteopathy"

1989 For the Section of Rheumatology
Lecture: "The Musculoskeletal Examination"
Report:  'First International Symposium on Myofascial Pain and Fibromyalgia' 

Lecture for the Department of Emergency Medicine: "Introduction to Biomechanics and Manual Medicine"

Lecture for the Department of Family and Community Medicine: "Introduction to Biomechanics and Manual Medicine"

Lecture/demonstration for University Medical Center Physical Therapy: "Introduction to Biomechanics and Manual Medicine"

Lecture/demonstrations for the Section of Orthopedic Surgery (4 hours):  "Introduction to Biomechanics and Manual Medicine"

In-service for the Staff of University Physician's Obstetrics & Gynecology Clinic:  "Introduction to Biomechanics and Manual Medicine"

In-service for the Staff of University Physician's Orthopedic Sports Medicine Center: "Introduction to Biomechanics and Manual Medicine" 

1990 Lecture for the Ad hoc Committee for Development of a Multi-disciplinary Pain Management Center, Arizona Health Sciences Center: "Rehabilitation of the Musculoskeletal System"

Required preceptor for Family Medicine Residents as part of a required rotation in Ambulatory Orthopedics 

1990 - 91 Seminar for Orthopedic Surgery Residents, University Medical Center Physical Therapists, and College of Medicine Faculty (24 hours):  "Introduction to Biomechanics and Manual Medicine - Diagnostics"

Various case presentations at Rheumatology Radiology weekly conferences

1990 - 93 Establishment and leadership of monthly Musculoskeletal System Rehabilitation Journal Club, Arizona Health Sciences Center
1990 - 95 Case presentations at Orthopedic Surgery weekly conferences
1991 Lecture for the Section of Geriatrics: "Introduction to Biomechanics and Manual Medicine"
1991 - 92 Seminar for Orthopedic Surgery Residents, University Medical Center Physical Therapists, and College of Medicine Faculty (24 hours): "Introduction to Biomechanics and Manual Medicine - Therapeutics"
1992 Lecture for the Section of General (Internal) Medicine: "Introduction to Biomechanics and Manual Medicine"
1993 Lecture/demonstration for University Medical Center Physical Therapy: "Neuromuscular Regulation and Neuromuscular Re-education"

In-service for the Staff of University Physician's Orthopedic Sports Medicine Center: "Introduction to Biomechanics and Manual Medicine"

Seminar for Freshman and Sophomore Medical Student Enrichment Elective (27 hours): "Introduction to the Biomechanical Evaluation and Manual Medicine"

Leadership of the Rehabilitation Section of The University of Arizona Arthritis Center

Lecture/demonstration for the Department of Neurology, Grand Rounds
(Co-presenter with Constantine Moschonas, MD): "Cervical Manipulation and Cerebral Vascular Accident"

1994 Lecture/case presentation/demonstration for The University of Arizona Athletic Trainers:
"The Biomechanical Evaluation"

Seminar for the Section of Orthopedic Surgery (20 hours): "Introduction to Biomechanics and Manual Medicine"

Seminar for Freshman and Sophomore Medical Student Enrichment Elective (4 hours): "Introduction to the Biomechanical Evaluation and Manual Medicine"

1995 Lecture for the University of Arizona Pre-med Club (2 hours): "Introduction to Osteopathic Medicine"
1996 In-service for the University of Arizona Wildcat Athletic Trainers, Coaches, and Physicians (2 hours):  “The Biomechanical Evaluation and Performance Enhancement”

In-service for the University of Arizona Wildcat Athletic Trainers and Physicians  (co-presenter with Jerry Hesch, PT) (4 hours): “Spring Testing of Sacroiliac Joint and Pelvic Motion“

2010 Grand Rounds for the University of Arizona Arthritis Center: "Functional Pathology of the Musculoskeletal System"

http://www.arthritis.arizona.edu/index.php/grand-rounds/195-functional-pathology-of-the-musculoskeletal-system.html

2013 Grand Rounds for the University of Arizona Arthritis Center: "Functional Pathology of the Musculoskeletal System"

http://www.arthritis.arizona.edu/index.php/grand-rounds/419-functional-pathology-of-the-musculoskeletal-system.html

2014 Lecture / demonstration for Interdisciplinary Consortium on Advanced Motion Performance (iCAMP) "Functional Pathology of the Musculoskeletal System" (2 hours)
2014 Lecture / demonstration for Orthopedic Surgery Residents "Functional Pathology of the Musculoskeletal System" (90 minutes)

 

 

Kansas City University of Medicine and Biology - College of Osteopathic Medicine;
Kansas City, Missouri

1996 Lecture to faculty:  “Diagnosis of Sacral Dysfunction”
Lecture to Undergraduate Academy of Osteopathy:  “An Expanded Concept of the Musculoskeletal System - Somatic Dysfunction and the Biomechanical Evaluation”
1996 - 99 Developed and taught lectures (one hour) and labs (two hour) primarily for "Osteopathic Principles Practice" and also "Osteopathic Diagnosis and Treatment" courses, but also for University personnel, Undergraduate American Academy of Osteopathy members, and Park Lane Medical Center externs and Family Medicine Residents.  Workload was approximately 35 presentations for 1996-97, 45 for 1997-98, and 45 for 1998-99.  Major topics included:

 Lectures

  Philosophy of Osteopathic Medicine
-    Systems Theory and Structure / Function Concepts
-    Musculoskeletal System - an Organ System
-    Clinical Science and the Art of Medicine
  Principles of General Kinesiology
-    Basic
-    Advanced
  Somatic Dysfunction
-    Basic Concepts
-    Comprehensive Evaluation
-    Etiologies
Spinal Kinesiology
Gait
Indications and Contraindications for Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine
Structural Pathology of the Spine: Orthopedic and Rheumatologic
General Principles of Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation
The Cranial / Sacral Mechanism
-    Rationales
-    Developmental Anatomy, Physiology, Functional Pathology, Structural Pathology
-    Clinical Significance
The Pulmonary System

Labs

Spatial Terminology and Bony Landmarks
Kinesiology
-    Terminology of Motion
-    Linkage and Postural Context
Regional and Multiregional Movement:  Available Motion in Multiple Postural Contexts
Analysis of Movement Patterns:  Symmetry and Proportionality
Advanced Musculoskeletal Clinical Evaluation
-    Control of Posture and Movement
-    Staging Evaluation and Care
-    Exercise Prescription
-    Short "Lower" Extremity Syndrome
Cervical Spine:  Diagnosis, High Velocity Low Amplitude, and Muscle Energy
Sacrum and Pelvis:  Diagnosis and High Velocity Low Amplitude
Lumbar Spine:  Diagnosis and High Velocity Low Amplitude
Advanced Evaluation of the Thoraco-lumbar Spine and Rib Cage
Active Motion of the Cranial / Sacral Mechanism
-    The Rhythmic Impulse
-    The Flexion and Extension Phases
Passive Motion of the Cranium
-    The Unpaired Midline Bones
-    The Paired Bones

Course Materials & Administration

Each presentation was accompanied by an extensive outline.  Major foci included the development of a 33 page lab manual on cranial manipulation and a 155 page lab manual on the evaluation for functional pathology of the musculoskeletal system.
Mentor / evaluator for all freshman "Osteopathic Principles and Practice" and sophomore "Osteopathic Diagnosis and Treatment" labs and practical exams
Preparation of written examination questions on all lectures given

Clinical Instruction

Case presentations and follow-up presentations for "Osteopathic Principles and Practice"
Clinical mentor of Osteopathic Principles and Practice Departmental Fellows, pre-clinical students, and externs
1997 Authored major revision of syllabus for Osteopathic Principles and Practice course

Health Track mentor

1997 - 99 Central role in organizing new Osteopathic Principles and Practice departmental curriculum for entire two year cycle

Course coordinator for sophomore course - “Osteopathic Diagnosis and Treatment”

1998 Invited presenter University of Health Sciences Research Day
Lecture: "Realtime Ultrasonographic Evaluation of Sacroiliac Joint Motion"
Lecture: "The Sternal Displacement Meter"
1998 - 99 Weekly Undergraduate American Academy of Osteopathy review sessions
1999 Pediatrics Club and Undergraduate Academy of Osteopathy (12 hours): "Robert Fulford, DO and Cranial Manipulation"
2000 Sports Medicine Club (2 hours): "OMT for the Athletic Population"

Undergraduate Academy of Osteopathy (10 hours): "Restorative Care of Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain Syndromes"

2001
2002
Undergraduate Academy of Osteopathy (40 hours - each year): "Comprehensive Biomechanical Diagnostics and Restorative Care of Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain Syndromes"
2002 Undergraduate Academy of Osteopathy (12 hours) "Cranial Manipulation"
2005 Undergraduate Academy of Osteopathy (1.5 hours) "Somatic Dysfunction"
2008 Undergraduate Academy of Osteopathy (1.5 hours x 3) "Somatic Dysfunction"
2009 Undergraduate Academy of Osteopathy  (1.5 hours x 2) "Somatic Dysfunction"
2010 Undergraduate Academy of Osteopathy  (1.5 hours x 3) "Somatic Dysfunction"
2012 Science Friday (1 hour): "Restorative Care Foundation - Research History and Prospects"
2013 Student Academy of Osteopathy  (4 hours) "The Role of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine in the Care of a Patient with Osteoarthritis of the Hip"
2013 Student Academy of Osteopathy  (1.5 hours) "Perspectives on Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine"
2014 - Mentor - Freshman and Sophomore Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine Labs
2014 Student Academy of Osteopathy  (1.5 hours) "Perspectives on Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine"
2015 Student Academy of Osteopathy  (1.5 hours) "Functional Pathology of the Musculoskeletal System"
2015 Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine Fellows (8 hours) "Functional Pathology of the Musculoskeletal System" Lecture, Demonstration, and Lab
   

Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine; Fort Lauderdale, Florida

2002 Sophomore Labs: "New Concepts of Motion Palpation and Interpretation" (4 labs ~ 90 minutes each)
2004 Family Medicine Residents Lecture: "Motion Testing and Proportionality" (1 hour)
2007 Osteopathic Principles and Practice Fellows Lecture: "Functional Biomechanical Exam" (1.5 hour)
University of Kansas College of Medicine; Kansas City, Kansas
2003 Regular attendance Spine Surgery conferences
2008 Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Lecture and Lab:
"Functional Pathology of the Musculoskeletal System" [5 hours]
2012 Integrative Medicine
Le
cture / demonstration: "Functional Pathology of the Musculoskeletal System" [2 hours]
  Medical University of South Carolina; Charleston, South Carolina
2009

Visiting Professorship: Department of Neuroscience  [6 days] 

Presentations: lecture / demonstrations “Functional Pathology of the Musculoskeletal System” [45 min to 2.5 hours]

Neurology Residents and Faculty

Developmental Pediatric Group

Neurology Medical Students

Physical Therapy Students and Faculty

Family Medicine Residents and Faculty

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Student Interest Group and Faculty

Meetings with Faculty - ten

Consultations - two

Attendance

Child Neurology Clinic

Child Neurology Hospital Consultations

AT Still University Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine
2012 - Co-investigator DO-Touch.net
2014 Lecture demonstration for OMM Residents and Fellows
 

"Functional Pathology of the Musculoskeletal System" [2 hours]

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