The Indiana Osteopathic Association (IOA) is one of the oldest state osteopathic associations in the nation.  Founded in 1898, the association serves over 1,200 osteopathic physicians and all osteopathic medical students across the state of Indiana. 


The mission of the Indiana Osteopathic Association shall be to serve the osteopathic physicians (D.O.s) of Indiana by providing quality continuing medical education, to work with the American Osteopathic Association to create a positive public and legislative awareness about osteopathic medicine, and to provide a forum for practicing D.O.s to initiate and implement changes that improve quality of care to the people of Indiana.


Mark your calendar now and plan to attend the Indiana Osteopathic Association’s 3rd Annual Summer Update to be held August 16 - 17, 2019, at the Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine (MU-COM), in Indianapolis.  Download brochure.  Register online.  The MU-COM is sponsoring an optional preconference OMT workshop for an additional fee on Thursday, August 15.  Download brochure.  Register online 

Join us as an advertiser or exhibitor, or both.    Download brochure. 

If you need hotel accommodations we have reserved a block of rooms at the Hilton Indianapolis Hotel & Suites, in downtown Indianapolis.  Make your reservation via the internet at or call (800) 774-1500 and ask for the Indiana Osteopathic Association group code of IOASU.   


By joining IOA, you receive:

  • Ability to participate in IOA advocacy initiatives
  • Access to quality CME programs
  • Discounted CME registration fees
  • Broad-based industry knowledge/experience
  • Discounts with IOA’s endorsed partners
  • Discounts with IOA’s online career center
  • Access to IOA’s online member directory
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 2019 Osteopathic Medicine Day at the State House 2/26/19 - The Indiana Osteopathic Association (IOA) members--physicians and medical students--met at the Indiana State House to celebrate the osteopathic profession, learn about the legislative process, and educate legislators about their important role and uniqueness to the practice of medicine. 

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