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Tuesday, August 11, 2020
We wish to welcome manual osteopath, Gerwyn Besaw, MT, DOMP to National Academy of Osteopathy as a technique instructor of our cranial osteopathy department.
I can honestly say that you are one of the nicest and most caring professors I have ever had the pleasure of meeting.
Your words of encouragement and willingness to help is so inspirational. Not to mention your teaching abilities!
Thank you so much for everything!
A post published on LinkedIn by National Academy of Osteopathy graduate, osteopath, Hep (Alvin) Rebellon who works in Dubai, UAE.
Previously, mainstream osteopathic schools and their alumni thought of Dr. Pourgol's vision for online osteopathic education was inadequate by providing its schools curriculum all online.
In my opinion those schools are not visionaries as they failed to harness the full potential of digital learning in their osteopathic educational programs and have chosen to stay with the traditional classroom learning setting. Dr. Pourgol is leading by years away in providing online osteopathy education.
Honestly, I chose to study under Dr. Pourgol’s institutions (National
Academy of Osteopathy & then National University of Medical
Sciences) due to their proactive effort to uplift the osteopathic
profession, their continuous innovations in education and learning
platform, the professional support that they provide to their graduates,
and to get a cost-effective education (which other schools are shying
Kudos to Dr. Pourgol and the faculty of both schools in Canada and Spain.
Dr Pourgol, Thank you for your vision. Please do share this in your
network - so more people can have the privilege to benefit from your
vision, knowledge, experiences and teachings.
Many thanks Dr. Pourgol. Looking forward to meet you in person one day.
We are happy to announce that Osteopathy Chronic Pain Clinics of Canada has just opened two new clinics in Mississauga & Etobicoke in Ontario (Canada).
National Academy of Osteopathy graduate, Austin Lebar, BSc (Hons), DOMP is the manual osteopath in both locations. Austin is a member of the Canadian Union of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners and a number of other organizations.
To make an appointment with Austin, please contact 1-800-359-1187 or email@example.com. You can also visit OCPCC website at http://www.osteopathypainclinic.com for more information. Alternatively you can contact Austin directly at the contact information listed below for an appointment:
5805 Whittle Road, Unit 8,
Mississauga, ON L4Z 2J1
Tel.: (905) 507-2016
OCPCC # 332
5555 Eglinton Avenue West, Unit 201,
Etobicoke, Ontario Canada M9C 5M1
Tel.: (416) 640-1630
I hope you’re doing well...………….I will always admire you and you’ll always be my role model.
When I graduated last year from National Academy of Osteopathy, my goal was to become as successful as you are.
I followed every step you taught me and wouldn’t believe I would get to the point I am in just a year!
It was all because of such a great professor and mentor like you, you taught me well.
I will still follow your foot steps and I love you so much.
Pegah Jamali, DOMP
Our DOMP program has over 200 business management lectures. These lectures are the reason why NAO graduates make $150,000 per year, $60,000 more than other manual osteopaths.
Here is a letter from Teresa Nieman, DOMP, RMO one of our graduates in Qualicum Beach, British Columbia who has a fully booked practice after graduating from NAO:
Greetings Dr. Pourgol!
I’ve been practicing osteopathy for four years now. I am good at what I do and I represent NAO well.
I AM BOOKED THREE MONTHS IN ADVANCE!
We are happy to announce that Osteopathy Chronic Pain Clinics of Canada has opened its clinic # 339 in the city of Pentiction in the Okanagan Valley (British Columbia).
With 339 clinics in 31 countries OCPCC is now the worldwide leader in providing manual osteopathic care.
Osteopathic manual practitioner, Emma Wolff, DOMP is the health professional at OCPCC # 339.
Emma is a graduate of National Academy of Osteopathy (Canada). She is also a member of the Canadian Union of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners, British Columbia Association of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners and a number of other organizations.
To book an appointment with Emma please contact OCPCC at 1-800-359-1187 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also book an appointment directly with OCPCC clinic # 339 at the contact information listed below.
OCPCC # 339
Emma Wolff, DOMP
620 Winnipeg Street, Penticton, BC
OCPCC services in Canada are covered by most extended health plan insurers.
We are happy to announce that Osteopathy Chronic Pain Clinics of Canada has opened its clinic # 340 in Pentiction, BC (Okanagan Valley).
With 340 clinics in 31 countries OCPCC is now the worldwide leader in non-invasive chronic pain management.
Osteopathic manual practitioner, Linda Adamowski, DOMP is the health professional at OCPCC clinic # 340.
Linda is a graduate of National Academy of Osteopathy (Canada). She is also a member of the Canadian Union of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners, British Columbia Association of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners, ACMA and a number of other organizations.
To book an appointment with Linda please contact OCPCC head office at email@example.com or 1-800-359-1187. You can also book an appointment directly with OCPCC clinic # 340 at the contact information listed below.
OCPCC # 340
Linda Adamowski, DOMP
205 Martin St, Penticton, BC V2A 5K2
OCPCC manual osteopathy services in Canada are covered by most extended health plan insurers.
WHY SHOULD YOU STUDY OSTEOPATHY at NAO?
-You can open a private clinic or work for others.
-Osteopathy is covered by most health insurers.
-You treat last resort chronic pain cases others cannot. You are always in demand.
-Manual osteopaths have a 98% job satisfaction rate & a 97% patient loyalty rate (higher than other health professions).
-Osteopathy is one of the top 25 professions in demand.
-NAO president, Dr Shawn Pourgol, MBA, DC, DO, PhD (founder of World Osteopathy Day) gives 200 business lectures. These lectures are the reason we graduate successful manual osteopaths. NAO alumni make $150,000 per year ($60,000 more than other manual osteopaths).
-You will have a fully booked practice within months of graduation, charging $80 to $140 per hour on average. However many NAO alumni charge more, such as Liza Egbogah in Toronto charging $275 per hour or Dr. Thomas Andrew in Bermuda charging $300/hr or Kenny Wong in Malaysia charging $400/hr. Liza has been chosen #1 manual osteopath in Toronto in 2019 by the Toronto Star newspaper.
-We make you a skilled manual osteopath. We teach more research proven, science-based osteopathy techniques than others and we have more instructors.
-You join the largest osteopathy school in the world with alumni in 72 countries. Most manual osteopaths in many countries (such as Canada & USA) are NAO graduates.
-You can work for Osteopathy Chronic pain Clinics of Canada (335 clinics in 30 countries) which hires only NAO graduates. NAO president is founder of OCPCC.
-NAO president is founder of the Canadian union of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners which makes our graduates the preferred providers of osteopathic care to union workers.
-You can study online worldwide or on-site at our York University Heights campus in Toronto. Teaching clinic is available, offering free osteopathy to public.
-You receive a diploma in Osteopathic Manual Practice (DOMP), the main Canadian osteopathy title (copyrighted by NAO) accepted by most extended health plan insurers.
-Our DOMP is one year full time for high school graduates and 6 months FT for health professionals. We offer the least expensive accredited DOMP education with more teaching hours (2,200 hours) than any other school.
-NAO has a spotless record. Since 2010 when NAO was founded there has not been even one case of malpractice by any of our graduates.
-NAO is accredited by Council on Manual Osteopathy Education of IOA & US Council on Osteopathic Manual Practice Education.
-NAO graduates can join College of Registered Manual Osteopaths (Canada) to become Registered Manual Osteopaths (RMO) which permits them to bill most extended health plan insurers.
-NAO graduates can join the American Association of Osteopathic manual Practitioners, European Osteopathic Association, International Osteopathic Association and many other organizations.
-NAO is a member of the Coalition for the Regulation of Manual Osteopathy in Ontario and has donated $200,000 towards regulation of the profession.
-NAO has received an award of excellence in teaching from Honourable, Dr Reza Moridi, PhD an Ontario (Canada) Minister of Training, Colleges & Universities.
-NAO has introduced osteopathy to hospitals. We have a clinic inside a private hospital in China and our students work in hospitals in Vietnam, Korea, India, Iran, UAE, and elsewhere.
-NAO is the only non-profit osteopathy school in Canada. All its profit is used to help the profession and its organizations.
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