So are there any opinions on which schools are more focused on teaching, implementing and integrating actual osteopathic techniques? From what I can tell it seems that most schools are devoting from 120 to about 200 actual class hours to actual osteopathic manipulations and techniques. There are massage therapists that get more training in osteopathic techniques than that. It seems to me that for most schools, students and practicing DOs the osteopathic techniques are just a token part of the curriculum for most, interesting to a few, and an emabarrassment to others. So if I was really interested in learning osteopathy as much or more than pharmaceuticals and surgery any suggestions? Thanks and see you all at the all night disco dance party USA!