Dr. Steven Sanet Curriculum Vitae

Executive Titles:


Founder:
Osteopathic Health & Wellness Institute
Parkesburg, PA United States of America

Founder:
Osteopathic College of Ontario
Markham, Ontario, Canada

Chairman Credentials Committee (2004 - 2006):
Cranial Academy (component society of the
American Academy of Osteopathy) United States of America

Formal Education:
Competency Exam Certified in Osteopathy in the Cranial Field
The Cranial Academy
American Academy of Osteopathy
Indianapolis, Indiana
June 24, 1999
Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine Residency
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
July 1996 - June 1997
Traditional Rotating Internship
Riverside Osteopathic Hospital
Wilmington, Delaware
July 1995 - June 1996
Nova-Southeastern University of the Health Sciences,
Southeastern College of Osteopathic Medicine.
D.O. degree completed 1995,
North Miami Beach, Florida
Undergraduate Clinical Teaching Fellowship in Osteopathic Principles and Manipulative Medicine,
Department of O.M.M., NOVA-SEUHS/SECOM,
1992-1995, North Miami Beach, Florida
Graduate: Penn-State University,
B.S. degree, Summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, 1991,
University Park, Pennsylvania

Extra-Curricular Training:

R.O.M.E – Regional Osteopathic Conference
Regional Osteopathic Medical Education
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
May 6 – 8, 2010: 23.0 Hours
American Academy of Osteopathy - Convocation
"Osteopathy for the 21st Century: Pelvis and Sacrum: Where it all comes together"
Doris B. Newman, D.O. – Conference director
Colorado Springs, Colorado, Ohio
March 17 - 21, 2010: 30.0 Hours
Pelvic Pain: Mechanisms and Evidence Based Diagnosis & Treatment
Andry Vleeming, PhD & Frank Willard, Phd, Course Directors
Colorado Springs, Colorado
March 15 – 16, 2010: 16.0 Hours
Cranial Academy Annual Conference
"Bent Faces: Craniofacial Development, Birth to Adult"
Indianapolis, Indiana
Eric Dolgin, D.O. & Tasha Turzo. D.O., Course Directors
June 2008: 22.25 Hours
A Still Sutherland Study Group
"Using the Powers Within the PAtient's Body: WG Sutherland's Techniques for the Trunk and Upper Extremity"
Great Barrington, Massachusettes
May 3 - 4, 2008: 13.0 Hours
Cranial Academy Annual Conference
"And I Do Mean All"
Tucson, Arizona
Therese Scott, D.O., Course Director
June 2007: 21.25 Hours
Prevention of Medical Errors Online
University of South Florida
April 12, 2007: 2.0 Hours
Delaware State Osteopathic Medical Society
"Head Trauma: Imaging and Clinical Issues"
Wilmington, Delaware
Jonathan Gusdorff, D.O., Course Director
September 2006: 1 Hour
Cranial Academy Annual Conference
"Bent Twigs: Pediatric Osteopathy and Beyond"
Virginia Beach, Virginia
John Jones, D.O., Course Director
June 2006: 25 Hours
Cranial Academy Annual Conference
"The Osteopathic Mind"
Bloomfield, Illinois
Harold Goodman, D.O., Course Director
June 2005: 25 Hours
John Martin Littlejohn's Polygon of Forces
The John Wernham College of Classical Osteopathy
Maidstone, England, U.K.
Mr. John Wernham., Course Director
September 2004: 16 Hours
Cranial Academy Annual Conf. "Movement, Balance and Posture: Relation to Osteopathy in the Cranial Field"
Portland, Oregon
Therese Scott, D.O., Course Director
June 2004: 23 Hours
Cranial Academy Annual Conference "Back to our Roots"
Des Moines, Iowa
John Baumeir, D.O., Course Director
June 2002: 22 Hours
Ligamentous Articular Strain
Philadelphia College of
Osteopathic Medicine
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Thomas Crow, D.O., Course Director
October 2001: 16 Hours
Clinical Pearls in Cranial Osteopathy
Frederick, Maryland
Bud Bernhardi, D.O., F.A.A.O., F.C.A., Course Director
July 2001: 12 Hours
Anterior Midline Cranial Technique
San Francisco, California
Elliott Blackman, D.O., Course Director
August 25 - 27, 2000: 22 Hours
Cranial Academy Annual Conf. "Exploration in the Law of Mind, Matter and Motion"
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Judith L. Lewis, D.O., FCA and Margaret Sorrel, D.O. FCA,
Course Directors
June 22 - 25, 2000: 22 Hours
American Academy of Osteopathy AAO Convention
"Osteopathy for the 21st Century: Restoring Life and Function to the Chronic Pain Patient"
Carl Osborn, D.O.
Cleveland, Ohio
March 23 - 26, 2000: 31 hours
Advancing Our Cranial Skills
Tucson, Arizona
Judith L. Lewis, D.O.,
Course Director
September 1999: 28 hours
Cranial Academy Annual Conf. Concluding the "Decade of the Brain"
San Antonio, Texas
Michael Kuchera, D.O., F.A.A.O., Course Director
June 1999: 22 Hours
Cranial Osteopathy
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Stephen Blood, D.O., Course Director
February 1998: 16 hours
4th Annual PCOM Family Weekend Seminar, Topics: Family Medicine, Infectious Diseases, & Osteopathic Manipulative Med.
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, CME program
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Program Chairman:
Harry J. Morris, D.O.,
David H. Loughran, D.O., Alexander S. Nicholas, D.O.
June 1997: 16 hours
Pain Management
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, CME program
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Frederick J. Goldstein, Ph.D.,
Course Director
May, 1997: 8 hours
Clinical Aspects of Substance Abuse
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, CME program
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Frederick J. Goldstein, Ph.D.,
Course Director
May, 1997: 8 hours
Neuroscience Approach to Head and Neck
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, CME program
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Richard M. Kriebel, Ph.D.,
Course Director
April, 1997: 8 hours
Controversy Surrounding Hormone Replacement Therapy and Oral Contraceptives
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, CME program
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Saul Jeck, D.O., Course Director
April, 1997: 8 hours
Differential Diagnosis and Treatment of Affective Disorders for Primary Care Physicians
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, CME program
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Robert S. Ravetz,
D.O., Course Director
April, 1997: 8 hours
Adult Attention Deficit Disorder - The Diagnosis and Treatment
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, CME program
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Arthur Freeman, Ed. D.,
Course Director
March, 1997: 8 hours
Rheumatology for the Primary Care Physician
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, CME program
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
David A. Bevan, D.O.,
Course Director
March, 1997: 8 hours
Hypertension and Renal Disease Toward the End of the Twentieth Century
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, CME program
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Stephen S. Levin, D.O.,
Course Director
March, 1997: 8 hours
Advanced Emergency Medicine
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, CME program
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
J. W. Becher, D.O., Course Director
February 1997: 32 hours
Cranial Osteopathy
Cranial Academy CME program
New York College of
Osteopathic Medicine
New York, New York
February 1997: 40 hours
Progress in Cardiology Towards the Turn of the Century
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, CME program
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Albert F. D Alonzo, D.O.,
Course Director
February, 1997: 8 hours
Clinical Problems in Pulmonary Medicine
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, CME program
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Daniel J. Parenti,
D.O., Course Director
February, 1997: 8 hours
Founders Day
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, CME program
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
January 1997: 8 hours
Nerve Entrapment & Cranial Osteopathy
Cranial Academy CME program
Santa Monica, California
Richard Feeley, D.O., Course Director
January 1997: 12 hours
Legal Aspects of Managed Care and the Physician
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, CME program
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Paul A. Bechtel, Jr.,
Esquire, Course Director
December, 1996: 8 hours
Ophthalmology Update for the Family Practitioner
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, CME program
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Carlo J. DiMarco, D.O.,
Course Director
November, 1996: 8 hours
Focus on Diabetes: Balanced Glucose Control and its Effect on Complications
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, CME program
Adams Mark Hotel, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Jeffrey S. Freeman, D.O.,
Course Director
November, 1996: 8 hours
Gastrointestinal Diseases in Office Practice
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, CME program
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
William J. Gilhool, D.O.,
Course Director
October, 1996: 8 hours
Osteoporosis - The Silent Epidemic
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, CME program
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Eugene Mochan, D.O.,
Course Director
September, 1996: 8 hours
Twenty-third Annual Urological Seminar Urology for the Practicing Practitioner
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, CME program Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Samuel J. Manfrey, D.O.,
Course Director
September, 1996: 8 hours
Osteopathic Management of Acute Low Back Conditions
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, CME program
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
A. S. Nicholas, D.O., F.A.A.O., Course Director
June, 1996: 24 hours
One Month Preceptorship in Venous & Ligamentous Sclerotherapy
Merrill J. Mirman, D.O.
Springfield, Pennsylvania
November 1995
Osteopathic Gold: A Manipulative Update
Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, CME program
Kirksville, Missouri
M. Kuchera, D.O., F.A.A.O.,
Course Director
October, 1995: 40 hours.
A.A.O. National Convocation
New Horizons in Pain Management
Nashville, Tennessee
March, 1995: 28 hours.
Florida Osteopathic Medical Association [FOMA]
Annual Meeting: Miami, Florida
March, 1995: 24 hours.
One-Month Preceptorship in Cranial & Visceral Manipulation
John Upledger, D.O., F.A.A.O.
Upledger Institute
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
February 1995
Advanced Visceral Manipulation
J.P.Barral, D.O., Course Director
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
July 14-17, 1994: 40 hours
Advanced Craniosacral Therapeutics
Upledger Institute CME program
J. Upledger, D.O., F.A.A.O.,
Course Director
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
April, 1994: 40 hours.
A.A.O. National Convocation
Integration of Viscerosomatic Concepts
Colorado Springs, Colorado
March, 1994: 28 hours.
Intermediate Visceral Manipulation
Jean-Pierre Barral, D.O.,
Course Director
Colorado Springs, Colorado
March, 1994: 7 hours.
Basic Visceral Manipulation
Jean-Pierre Barral, D.O.,
Course Director
Colorado Springs, Colorado
March, 1994: 21 hours.
Florida Osteopathic Medical Association [FOMA]
Annual Meeting: Miami, Florida
March, 1994: 24 hours.
Somatoemotional Release II
Upledger Institute CME program
Toronto, Canada
C. Perry, Ph.D.,
Course Director
February, 1994: 30 hours.
Somatoemotional Release I
Upledger Institute CME program
Jupiter, Florida
J. Upledger, D.O., F.A.A.O.,
Course Director
November, 1993: 30 hours.
Craniosacral Therapeutics II
Upledger Institute CME program
Miami, Florida
July, 1993: 30 hours.
Visceral Manipulation II
Upledger Institute CME program
Singer Island, Florida
July, 1993: 30 hours.
Craniosacral Therapeutics I
William H. Stager, D.O.,
Course Director
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
April, 1993: 30 hours.
A.A.O. National Convocation
Osteopathy and Children
Dallas, Texas
March, 1993: 28 hours.
Florida Osteopathic Medical Association [FOMA]
Lecture Presentation: Abnormal Bony Radiology
O.M.M. Department sponsored: NOVA-SEUHS/SECOM
Miami, Florida
March, 1993: 2 hours.
Visceral Manipulation
Daniel Bensky, D.O., Course Director
NOVA-SEUHS/SECOM
Miami, Florida
February, 1993: 18 hours.
Myofascial-Lymphatic Techniques (Bowen method)
Wynn A. Steinsnyder, D.O., FACOS, Course Director
NOVA-SEUHS/SECOM
North Miami Beach, Florida
December, 1992: 16 hours.
American Osteopathic Academy of Sclerotherapy
Sclerosing Workshop
Department of Orthopedics, O.M.M., and Anatomy
NOVA-SEUHS/SECOM
North Miami Beach, Florida
April, 1992: 20 hours.
89th Annual Convention [FOMA]
Lecture Presentation: The Spondyloses; Diagnosis and Treatment
O.M.M. Department sponsor, NOVA-SEUHS/SECOM
Miami, Florida
March, 1992: 2 hours.


Professional Affiliations & Honors:
Cranial Academy, Chairman of the credentials committee (2004 - 2006)
Manus Sinistra (British School of Osteopathy component organization)
Licensed in Pennsylvania, Delaware, Florida
Delaware State Osteopathic Medical Society
American Osteopathic Association
American Mensa, Ltd.
Pre-Med -- Summa cum laude Phi Beta Kappa / Phi Kappa Phi / Alpha Epsilon Delta
Golden Key National Honor Society
University Scholars Program

Special interests include black belts in the following martial arts:
Tae Kwon Do Tang Soo Do
Cheung Kune Pai Style Kung Fu Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan
Monkey Style Kung Fu Hung Ga Style Kung Fu
Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan Chen Style Tai Chi Chuan
Ba Gua Zhang Hsing I
Kendo  

Dr. Sanet has proficiency in Spanish.=
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