International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine

(The TQCC of International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine is 3. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-09-01 to 2023-09-01.)
Models and theoretical frameworks for osteopathic care – A critical view and call for updates and research58
Attitudes, skills, and use of evidence-based practice: A cross-sectional survey of Swedish osteopaths17
Interoception, mindfulness and touch: A meta-review of functional MRI studies16
Finding a way between osteopathic principles and evidence-based practices: Response to Esteves et al.16
Professional identity in the evolution of osteopathic models: Response to Esteves et al.15
Person-centred care and traditional philosophies in the evolution of osteopathic models and theoretical frameworks: Response to Esteves et al.14
“Models and theoretical frameworks for osteopathic care – A critical view and call for updates and research”13
W(h)ither osteopathy: A call for reflection; a call for submissions for a special issue12
Models and theoretical frameworks for osteopathic care – A critical view from a nonregulated country10
Response to: Models and theoretical frameworks for osteopathic care - A critical view and call for updates and research10
“I do it my way” - Italian osteopaths’ beliefs and attitudes about five osteopathic models: A qualitative study9
The legacy and implications of the body-mind-spirit osteopathic tenet: A discussion paper evaluating its clinical relevance in contemporary osteopathic care9
‘Tell me your story’ - How osteopaths apply the BPS model when managing low back pain - A qualitative study9
Osteopathy: Italian professional profile. A professional commentary by a group of experts of the European community of practice9
Biomedical origins of the term 'osteopathic lesion' and its impact on people in pain9
Stress axis and osteopathy: A dual hormone approach8
An international profile of the practice of osteopaths: A systematic review of surveys8
Beliefs about chronic low back pain amongst osteopaths registered in Spain: A cross-sectional survey8
The development and exploratory analysis of the Osteopaths’ Therapeutic Approaches Questionnaire (Osteo-TAQ)7
Pre-professional reflective practice: Strategies, perspectives and experiences7
What do UK osteopaths view as the safest lifting posture, and how are these views influenced by their back pain beliefs?7
Epidemiology, common diagnoses, treatments and prognosis of shoulder pain: A narrative review7
The Native American heritage of the body-mind-spirit paradigm in osteopathic principles and practices7
A piece of the puzzle: Response to Esteves et al6
Developing a psychologically-informed pain management course for use in osteopathic practice: The OsteoMAP cohort study6
Perceptions of COVID-19 vaccines among osteopathic medical students (OMS)6
The validity of lumbo-pelvic landmark palpation by manual practitioners: A systematic review5
Engaging with evidence-based practice in the osteopathy clinical learning environment: A mixed methods pilot study5
Continuing debates about models of practice5
‘Don't focus on the finger, look at the moon’ - The importance of contextual factors for clinical practice and research5
Influence of the phrenic nerve in shoulder pain: A systematic review5
“Understanding patients' narratives” A qualitative study of osteopathic educators’ opinions about using Medical Humanities poetry in undergraduate education5
Is visceral manipulation beneficial for patients with low back pain? A systematic review of the literature5
Reflective practice enhances osteopathic clinical reasoning5
The Portuguese osteopaths' attitudes towards a biomechanical or biopsychosocial model in the approach of chronic low back pain – A cross-sectional questionnaire-based survey4
4 M's to make sense of evidence – Avoiding the propagation of mistakes, misinterpretation, misrepresentation and misinformation4
The Portuguese Osteopathic Practitioners Estimates and RAtes (OPERA): A cross-sectional survey4
Professional identity in osteopathy: A scoping review of peer-reviewed primary osteopathic research4
Overcoming placebo-related challenges in manual therapy trials: The ‘whats and hows’ and the ‘touch equality assumption’ proposals4
Inclusivity and accessibility in undergraduate osteopathic education for students with disability: A scoping review4
Evocations of Osteopathy's founder and questions for contemporary osteopathic professional identity: A thematic analysis4
Reconceptualizing the therapeutic alliance in osteopathic practice: Integrating insights from phenomenology, psychology and enactive inference4
Barriers and facilitators experienced by osteopaths in implementing a biopsychosocial (BPS) framework of care when managing people with musculoskeletal pain – A mixed methods systematic review protoco4
“Who am I to disagree?” A qualitative study of how patients interpret the consent process prior to manual therapy of the cervical spine3
Osteopathic ableism: A critical disability view of traditional osteopathic theory in modern practice3
Opposing vaccine hesitancy during the COVID-19 pandemic - A critical commentary and united statement of an international osteopathic research community3
A guide to writing a case report of an osteopathic patient3
How does French initial osteopathic training value relational competency, patient education, and the competency-based approach? A cross-sectional survey3
Relevance of historical osteopathic principles and practices in contemporary care: Another perspective from traditional/complementary and alternative medicine3