Advertising with JOM

Advertising opportunities are available at the Journal of Osteopathic Medicine homepage, in our monthly Table of Contents email alert, and our Advance Articles emails, which reach more than 140,000 readers. A sample of our typical advertising spaces appears in our media kit.

To advertise with JOM, please contact Hunter Alexander, JOM’s Director:

Press for JOM

Among the reasons for author to publish with Journal of Osteopathic Medicine is the asset of a dedicated media team at the American Osteopathic Association. A sample of recent media coverage of articles published in the Journal of Osteopathic Medicine appears below.

For press inquiries, please contact Ernst Lamothe, Director, Public Relations and Social Media:

  • “Group Fitness Trends: Why Group Fitness Is More Important Than Ever,” Wellness Living
    Working out is more than just going through the motions; it’s great for your emotions too, especially when you work out as part of a group. A 12-week study published in the Journal of the American Osteopathic Association in 2017 found that participants that did CXWORX group workouts scored higher in terms of stress reduction, mental health, and emotional quality of life compared to those who work out alone.
  • “Does Osteopathic Manipulation Relieve Low Back Pain?” Medscape
    Osteopathic manipulation is not chiropractic. We’re not talking back cracking here. According to the American Osteopathic Association, osteopathic manipulative treatment (OMT) is “[moving] a patient’s muscles and joints using techniques that include stretching, gentle pressure, and resistance.”
  • “Can dogs detect covid-19 better than a PCR test?” MSN
    In a new report published in the Journal of Osteopathic Medicine, researchers gathered several studies on the subject, which “demonstrated that the sensitivity, specificity, and overall success rates reported by the summarized scent detection studies are comparable to or better than the standard RT-PCR and antigen testing procedures.”
  • “COVID Sniffing Dogs,” KIRO-AM Seattle, also on WHIO-AM Dayton, OH; WROC-AM Rochester, NY; 102.9 The Whale in New Haven, CT; and WIBX-AM Utica, NY                                                                                                                                  We’ve heard about dogs that can sniff out cancer. Now we know they can sniff out COVID-19, too. A review in the Journal of Osteopathic Medicine adds to the consensus that trained dogs can effectively screen people who may be infected with Covid-19.
  • “Our canine helpers can detect the scent of COVID-19 in human sweat after only four days of training,” BBC’s Science Focus Magazine
    A new review paper published in the Journal of The American Osteopathic Association suggests they can. Tommy Dickey, a professor emeritus at the University of California Santa Barbara, and his collaborator BioScent’s Heather Junqueira, pored over all the current research available and found that dogs were capable of sniffing out individuals who had been infected with the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2.
  • “How to Get More Vitamin D Naturally,” HGTV
    Research has shown that pairing vitamin D-rich foods with a source of fat or magnesium can significantly increase your body’s absorption of the vitamin, according to an article published in the Journal of the American Osteopathic Association.
  • “Revised Pediatric Concussion Guidelines Reduce Duration of Symptoms,” HealthDay
    Changes in management of pediatric concussions are tied to a shortened length of reported symptoms, according to a study published in the January issue of the Journal of Osteopathic Medicine.
  • “Recent concussion guidelines can shorten symptom duration, study says,” Becker’s Hospital Review
    The use of updated concussion management guidelines dropped the duration of symptoms from one month to one week in female athletes and from 11 to five days in male athletes, according to a study published in the Journal of Osteopathic Medicine.
  • “Yoga And Meditation Found To Reduce Chronic Pain And Depression: Study,” MSN
    study from The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association found that yoga and mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) courses could be a great treatment for people suffering from chronic pain and depression.
  • “Study claims beloved Disney ride can cure painful medical condition: ‘My insurance better cover a trip’,” Yahoo!
    A TikTok by user @hellomynamesjon that highlights a unique medical study published in The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association has gone viral with over 874K views.
  •  “Greater social support linked to lower diabetes distress, study says,” Medical Economics
    A new study in The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) shows that community support may play a role in the management of diabetes.
  • “Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Alleviates Chronic Pain and Depression, According to New Study,” Yoga Journal
    New research shows that mindfulness practices can reduce both chronic pain and depression, making the practice a viable complement to clinical treatment and a possible alternative to prescription opioids for pain management. The research, recently published in the Journal of the American Osteopathic Association, evaluated the effects of an eight-week Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MSBR) course on 28 adults in rural Oregon who experienced chronic pain and depression for one year or more.
  • “Here’s what marijuana actually does to your body and brain,” Yahoo!
    A small study in the May 2019 issue of The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association found that people who reported smoking marijuana or eating edibles on a daily or weekly basis needed higher doses of medication for sedation.