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David Redding, DO

David Redding, DO

Associate Professor

College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific

Phone: 909-469-5281

  • Education

    Medical School: College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific
    Pomona, CA
    From 09/88-06/93 (includes 1 year OMM Fellowship)
    Degree: Doctor of Osteopathy
    Osteopathic Fellowship: College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific
    Pomona, CA
    Completed in 1993
    Related Medical Education: College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific, School of Allied Health Professions
    Pomona, CA
    From 09-94-05/96
    Degree: Master of Science: Health Professions Education

    Undergraduate: California State University Long Beach
    Long Beach, CA
    From 09/7-05/80
    Degree: B.S. in Physical Therapy

  • License

    CA: Doctor of Osteopathy, 1994
    CA: Registered Physical Therapy, 1980
    CA: Biofeedback certification, 1984
    USA: Class A driver's license, 1975
    USA : Commercial pilot's license, 1974

  • Professional Experience

    US Family Care Medical Center
    Montclair, CA 91763
    Family Practice
    From 07/94-06/96

    Doctor's Hospital Montclair
    Osteopathic Rotating Internship
    Montclair, CA 91763
    From 07/93-06/94
    Associate Professor
    Department of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine
    College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific
    Western University of Health Sciences
    Pomona CA, 91767

    Western University of Health Sciences: College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacifics. Department of Osteopathic Medicine Associate Professor/OMS II Course Coordinator/Lecturer 1996-2005
    OPSC California License Preparation Course (two or three courses yearly), 1977 to 08/04,
    OPSC - 1998 & 2003 Spring Conferences
    Exercise and Chronic Pain
    Biofeedback and OMT
    OMT & Headaches
    ACOFP - 1998 Fall Conference "Exercise and Chronic Pain"
    1999 "Exercise Rx

    US Family Care Medical Center - monthly lectures/workshops/Rounds for students, interns, residents and physicians (1996-2005). Topics are OP&P and hospitalized patient related

    UAAO Fellows :Annual lectures on the following:
    Biofeedback and Stress Management
    1996-2005 Low back pain and exercise
    Herbal medicines and health care
    OMAC - OMT and Family Practice 11/14/98, 99, 00, 01, 02 & 03
    Physical Therapy Debate on Free Access 11/12/98
    EFM's: 1996-2004: Topics: Low back pain evaluation and treatment
    OMM Board preparation
    Differential Diagnosis: sporadic participation 1996-2002
    COMP Alumni Association annual CME 1999: "Ex & Health"
    Pilgrim's Place 1999: health related topic

  • Military Experience

    U.S. Army, 5/66-5/69
    Honorable Discharge
    Highest rank: 1st Lieutenant

  • Research Grant

    "Nut consumption impact on Cardiovascular Risk Factors",
    in progress
    "Osteopathic Manipulation and Cardiac Arrhythmias", in progress
    Chapman Reflexes
    Unpublished but performed, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002-05
    Physical Therapy research paper, 1980, "Correlation between acupuncture, motor and Janet Travell's trigger points"
    2005 Service Learning Projects: OMT and stuttering, Retinitis Pigmentosum, COPD, IBS, Psoriasis, Eczema & Diabetes.

  • Organizations

    American Osteopathic Association
    Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons of California
    American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians
    American Association of Osteopathy
    The Cranial Academy

  • Committees

    OB/GYN Search Committee Chair
    Nutrition Committee AD Hoc
    Doctor of Osteopathy Curriculum Committee (1 year)
    Undergraduate American Academy of Osteopathy Advisor (97-05)
    Expanding Osteopathic Cranial Course Coordinator - 1998-2006
    Musculoskeletal Systems Clinical Coordinator - 1998-2000
    MSII OMM Coordinator - 1996-present
    University Senate Chair - 2001-02
    University Senate Post Chair-2002-2003
    COMP Senator 2004-2007
    Member of AAC and President's Council (senate-related)