Thursday, August 31, 2017

Osteopathy is popular with nurses

Did you know 12% of our online students who attended the 2 weeks practical technique classes in Toronto were nurses?

Here is a post from nurse, natural health practitioner & manual osteopath Dr Meddrick Polluck (from Brampton, Ontario, Canada), a graduate of National Academy of Osteopathy who is also a student of the online DO (doctor of osteopathy) program of National University of Medical Sciences (Spain):

Ever since Manual Osteopathy was revived and brought back to the forefront by Dr. Shahin Pourgol, all Manual Osteopaths must honor him for the great contributions he has made and the struggles he has endured to keep manual osteopathy alive and to bring Manual Osteopathy to us in a new light.

Dr. Pourgol went as far as founding the World Osteopathy Day. I believe we should not allow this day to go by every year unanswered, in other words we should utilize this day to the maximum for the support and recognition of Manual Osteopathy. Therefore, let us hold this day in the highest regard and magnify it while making it our resolve to plan events to commence on June 22, 2018.

Meddrick Polluck, RNP, DNM, PhD, DOMP

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