Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Our OCPCC Clinic #170 is in North Vancouver

We are happy to announce that manual osteopath; Foroogh (Sarah) Lotfi, DOMP represents our clinic, the Osteopathy Chronic Pain Clinics of Canada (OCPCC) in North Vancouver, British Columbia (Canada). We now have 170 clinics worldwide in 14 countries and in 4 continents (America, Europe, Asia, Africa).

Sarah has completed the DOMP program of National Academy of Osteopathy. She is also a member of the Canadian Union of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners as well as the British Columbia Association of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners.

OCPCC becomes operational in Spring of 2018. With 170 locations across the world OCPCC is the largest privately owned chronic pain clinic in the world.

All manual osteopaths joining OCPCC are chronic pain specialists who have graduated from one of our three schools, the National Academy of Osteopathy (Canada), National University of Medical Sciences (USA), or National University of Medical Sciences (Spain).

Welcome to OCPCC Sarah! We are happy to have you in our team.

Clinic #170
#59-935 Marin Drive, North Vancouver, BC V7P 1S3
Tel.: 604-985-6662
CapilanoPhyisotherapyclinic@gmail.com

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

How to Choose the Right Osteopathy School in Canada


Osteopathy is an amazing profession. It does wonders in treating chronic pain. It is the ability of manual osteopaths in treating chronic pain that makes them high in demand, with some of them becoming fully booked within a few months of graduation, through word of mouth referrals. 

The profession is highly rewarding, financially and emotionally. It has the highest job satisfaction (98%) when compared to 25 health professions in Canada. Average treatment fees charged by manual osteopaths in Canada are $80 to $140 per hour, with average annual income being $90,000. The profession is chosen by CIBC as one of the top 25 occupations in demand in Canada.
    
Here is a quick guide on what to look for when choosing an osteopathy school for your osteopathic education: 

1-      What kind of diploma will you receive? Make sure the school offers a DOMP title (most accredited Canadian schools do. It is the most offered diploma in Canada). Most insurers in Canada accept the title of DOMP (Diploma in Osteopathic Manual Practice) as it is a Canadian title used exclusively in Canada. Dr Shawn Pourgol, president of the National Academy of Osteopathy (www.nationalacademyofosteopathy.com) is the copyright holder of the DOMP title in Canada, registered with the Canadian Intellectual Property Office on October 09, 2013 (registration # 1108241).

2-       Is the school affiliated with the CRMOO? The Coalition for the Regulation of Manual Osteopathy in Ontario (founded in 2017) is in the process of getting the manual osteopathy profession regulated in Ontario. National Academy of Osteopathy has provided $200,000 in funding to CRMOO. If the school is not a member of CRMOO there may be a chance that its alumni may not become part of manual osteopathy regulation in Ontario once the profession is regulated. Dr Shawn Pourgol, president of National Academy of Osteopathy (founded in 2010) is the founder of the Coalition for the Regulation of Manual Osteopathy in Ontario.  You should make sure the osteopathy school in Ontario you plan to attend is a member of CRMOO to assure you are included in the process of manual osteopathy regulation in Ontario.

3-      What associations can you join after graduation? You should make sure the college of osteopathy you plan to enrol is accepted by associations that are approved by Canadian extended health plan insurers. While manual osteopaths in Canada can work on cash basis without joining any associations in Canada, to bill insurers for manual osteopathic care they must join associations to get license numbers for insurance billing purposes. There are many associations in Canada that are accepted by insurers and there are also some that are not. Currently almost all insurers that cover manual osteopathy, also accept associations National Academy of Osteopathy alumni can join. More alumni of National Academy of Osteopathy are presidents of associations in Canada than any other schools of osteopathy. NAO alumni are presidents of associations in Quebec, Ontario, British Columbia, Nova Scotia, Alberta, Newfoundland and Labrador and Manitoba. The license numbers of many of these associations are accepted by most extended health plan providers. Currently NAO alumni who are members of selected associations are getting reimbursed by all insurers that cover manual osteopathy in Canada.

4-      Can you join OCPCC after graduation? The Osteopathy Chronic Pain Clinics of Canada (www.osteopathypainclinic.com), founded by Dr Pourgol, currently has 184 clinics and it is estimated to reach over 500 clinics by next year. It is the largest privately owned chronic pain clinic in Canada and the main provider of manual osteopathic care to Canadians. Its size allows it to market effectively to all medical doctors across Canada as well as the public. This brings many referrals to OCPCC members and they dominate the osteopathic care market. Currently OCPCC accepts only manual osteopaths from 3 schools, one of them being the National Academy of Osteopathy. NAO offers a free postgraduate fellowship program in chronic pain management to its alumni. All manual osteopaths joining OCPCC must become a chronic pain specialist by completing a postgraduate fellowship program in chronic pain management offered by NAO. OCPCC is a member of the Coalition for the Regulation of Manual Osteopathy in Ontario. It is involved in the process of manual osteopathy regulation and the negotiations with the government, policy makers, third party payers & insurers. The Canadian Union of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners (CUOMP), whose president is Dr Shawn Pourgol, offers free membership to all manual osteopaths who join the Osteopathy Chronic Pain Clinics of Canada. This union membership allows OCPCC members to become the preferred provider of osteopathic care to union workers across Canada.

5-      How many alumni the school has? You should choose a school that has a large number of alumni. More alumni means the school has a larger say when dealing with the government, regulation, extended health plan insurers and policy makers. A successful osteopathic college generally means its alumni are also successful in their clinics & practices. The word of mouth referrals from successful happy alumni is what makes a school successful. So you should ask the osteopathy college you plan to attend how successful are they? Currently over half of the manual osteopaths in English speaking Canadian provinces are alumni of the National Academy of Osteopathy. NAO is the largest provider of manual osteopathic education in the world with alumni in 70 countries, and all Canadian provinces.  Currently all manual osteopaths in Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Yukon and Northwest Territories of Canada are NAO alumni.

6-      Is business management part of the education? To become a successful manual osteopath you must learn business management. Make sure you inquire about what type of business management courses are offered by the osteopathic college you plan to attend. National Academy of Osteopathy has about 200 lectures on business management. Students learn about personal improvement and becoming more, marketing, promotion, public relations, tax planning, investments, financial planning, and asset protection. This is one of the main reasons why so many practices of NAO graduates become fully booked within months. And it is the reason why so many manual osteopaths from other schools join NAO to benefit from our business education. Just applying the lesson on how to open a health spending account for an osteopathy clinic for example will generate over $1800 in tax saving per year for NAO alumni. We strongly believe that to earn more, you have to become more.

7-      Is the school accredited by CMOE & UCOMPE? You should make sure the school is accredited by the Council on Manual Osteopathy Education (CMOE) of the International Osteopathic Association (www.internationalosteopathicassociation.org) which ensures that the school meets a certain standard in manual osteopathic education. If you plan to practice in the States you should ensure that the school is accredited by the US Council on Osteopathic Manual Practice Education (www.facebook.com/ucompe). NAO is an accredited member of CMOE and UCOMPE. 

8-      How long is the osteopathic education? You should make sure the osteopathic education has about 2000 hours of education with 1000 hours of it being in the form of clinical education. In Canada most Council on Manual Osteopathy Education accredited schools offer education that is similar in total hours of lecture time (about 2000 hours). However most offer it in 3 to 5 years part time (one weekend a month). There is no full time manual osteopathy program in English speaking Canadian provinces that is longer than 1 year. NAO (Canada) offers a 1 year full time, a 2 years part time, and a 5 years part time DOMP program through on-campus in Toronto or online video lecture format across the world.

9-      How many professors teach in the school? You should aim to choose a school that has many instructors. This allows you to lean more diverse subjects. NAO has about 30 instructors, including more technique instructors than any other schools in Canada. Many of our faculty members have doctoral level education in osteopathy and related fields. We have more professors with a doctor of osteopathy (DO) degree than any other colleges of osteopathy. To see the list of NAO instructors click on the link below: http://www.nationalacademyofosteopathy.com/faculty.html.

10-   How dedicated is the school to osteopathy? You should choose a school that is dedicated to the profession. For us at NAO, this is our life. We live, think, and breath osteopathy. It is because of NAO that manual osteopathy is now expanded to 70 countries around the world. It is because of NAO that we now have a World Osteopathy Day on June 22nd (founded by NAO president Dr Pourgol in 2012) that is set to be recognized by the Ontario parliament as the official World Osteopathy Day. It is because of NAO that Osteopathy Chronic Pain Clinics of Canada, with 184 clinics, has become the main provider of osteopathic care in Canada. It is because of NAO that the Coalition for the Regulation of Manual Osteopathy is funded with $200,000 to help manual osteopathy become regulated in Ontario. And it is because of NAO that we now have Osteopathy TV (www.osteopathytv.com) which is in the process of preparing "The Last Resort", the first documentary on manual osteopathy which is going to be offered to Netflix, PBS, and the Documentary Channel to increase public awareness in the role of osteopathy in chronic pain management. This documentary explains how and why manual osteopathy is so effective in treating chronic pain. No other school has done as much for osteopathy as NAO in elevating the profession. 

11-   Is the diploma awarded accepted by universities? DOMP is a diploma level program. You may wish after graduation to further your education by enrolling in the degree level osteopathic education. If this is the case then make sure the diploma you receive is accepted by universities that offer degree level education in manual osteopathy. We are affiliated with two universities in USA and Spain where our alumni can continue their education. Both online universities are founded by NAO president, Shawn Pourgol, MBA, DC, DO, PhD. Our alumni currently receive automatic scholarships from National University of Medical Sciences in Spain (www.numss.com) allowing them to complete the bachelor of science in osteopathy or the doctor of osteopathy through online education with advanced credits at lower tuition. The National University of Medical Sciences (www.numss.us), in Naples, Florida (USA) also accepts the NAO issued diploma. NUMSS (USA) is the only US based university offering degree level manual osteopathic education.

12-   Does the school offer clinical internship? You should ensure the school you are interested in offers a teaching clinic for students to see clients. NAO offers a teaching clinic in Toronto for its campus based students. Our campus based students receive 1000 hours of supervised clinical education which makes our program World Health Organization (WHO) compliant. Online NAO students who wish to enrol in the optional 1000 hours Osteopathy Clinical Internship Program, have the option of doing supervised clinical training under NAO clinicians in different cities which includes seeing 200 patients, completing 12 clinical rounds, handing in 12 clinical case reports, doing treatments on NAO clinicians, getting treatments by NAO clinicians, a thesis suitable for publication, and on-site practical and written exams.

13-   Did you speak with a few alumni? You should contact alumni of the school you are interested in and ask them about the quality of education they received. Our alumni love National Academy of Osteopathy! Here are some testimonials from them:  https://www.facebook.com/studenttestimonial/. You can contact some of the NAO alumni at Osteopathy Chronic Pain Clinics of Canada (www.osteopathypainclinic.com).

14-   Did you get an osteopathic treatment from an intern or alumni? Make sure you receive some free treatments by interns of the school you wish to attend to evaluate if their style of practice is interesting to you. We recommend everyone to contact admissions@nationalacademyofosteopathy.com to book appointments for free hour long osteopathic care with an NAO intern. If you do not live near Toronto, visit one of our alumni for osteopathic care. You can find some of our alumni at www.osteopathypainclinics.com. Come see why we are the best!

15-   Is the school accredited in the States? If you plan to practice manual osteopathy in the states (the profession is known as osteopathic manual practice in US) make sure the school is accredited by the US Council on Osteopathic Manual Practice Education (UCOMPE). Only graduates of schools accredited by UCOMPE are permitted to sit for the board exams administered by the American Osteopathic Manual Practice Examining Board - AOMPEB (www.facebook.com/aompeb). Successful completion of these board exams allows you to join the American Association of Osteopathic Manual Practice - AAOMPS (www.fb.com/osteopathicmanualpractice). Upon joining AAOMPS you will be awarded with the title of COMP (Certified Osteopathic Manual Practitioner). AAOMPS has copyrighted the title of COMP and only its members are permitted to use this title. National Academy of Osteopathy is an accredited member of UCOMPE. Our alumni are permitted to sit for the board exams of AOMPEB and to join AAOMPS upon graduation. Most osteopathic manual practitioners in the states are alumni of our three schools.
 
16-   Can you join the Union after graduation? You should ensure the school is accepted by the Canadian Union of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners (www.fb.com/osteopathyunion), the first and only union for manual osteopaths in Canada. Membership in CUOMP is offered free of charge to alumni of National Academy of Osteopathy who are members of the Osteopathy Chronic Pain Clinics of Canada (OCPCC). NAO president, Dr Shawn Pourgol is the elected president of the Union. Potential benefits of becoming a Union member include:
-insurance direct billing,
-increased patient referrals,
-becoming preferred providers of osteopathic care to union workers across Canada, and
-savings on a number of goods and services.

17-   Can you use the DOMP title in USA? National Academy of Osteopathy president, Shawn Pourgol, MBA, DC, DO, PhD is the copyright holder of DOMP (Diploma in Osteopathic Manual Practice) in Canada and USA. In Canada many colleges of osteopathy award the DOMP title and we have so far no problem with that. However in the US, our new school, the American College of Manual Therapy (scheduled to start operation in Fort Myers, Florida in 2019) is the only college offering campus based diploma level osteopathic manual practice education and as such we are restricting the use of the DOMP title in the States. We will only permit graduates of National Academy of Osteopathy and the American College of Manual Therapy to use the title of Diploma in Osteopathic Manual Practice (D.O.M.P.) in USA. If you plan to practice in the United States of America it is best to study at National Academy of Osteopathy to ensure your right to use the title of DOMP in USA is guaranteed.

Osteopathy is an amazing profession and you would love it! It does wonders in treating chronic pain. Financially and emotionally it offers many rewards. Manual osteopaths have 98% job satisfaction rate (the highest among all health professionals in Canada). They also have the highest patient loyalty of all health professions (over 95%). On average they charge $80 to $140 per hour. However we have alumni in Toronto (Ontario) charging about $275 per hour of osteopathic care and some in Bermuda and Malaysia who are charging $400 per session.

Most osteopathic schools in Canada offer amazing education. However we strongly believe that National Academy of Osteopathy offers the best osteopathic education possible because it focuses on unique, innovative, and practical education that alumni can use in their practices. We have more alumni in Canada than any other school of osteopathy.

Our alumni made us the leader in osteopathic education and we are proud of them. They are some of the most distinguished manual osteopaths in the world. Presidents of many osteopathy organizations have studied osteopathy with us including the following: 

American Association of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners,
Canadian Union of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners,
American Osteopathic Manual Practice Examining Board,
Council on Osteopathic Manual Practice Education (USA),
European Osteopathic Association,
Caribbean Osteopathic Association,
Canadian Manual Osteopathy Examining Board,
International Osteopathy Examining Board,
Ontario College of Osteopathic Rehabilitation Sciences,
British Columbia Association of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners,
College of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners of Ontario,
Nova Scotia Osteopathic Association,
Newfoundland and Labrador Osteopathic Association,
L’Alliance Canadienne de M├ędecine Alternative,
National Osteopathic Practitioners Association,
Council on Manual Osteopathy Education,
Manitoba Osteopathic Association,
College des osteopathes canadiens,
Iranian Osteopathic Association,
African Osteopathic Association,
Osteopathy Association of Asia and
International Osteopathic Association.

We do hope you choose us for your osteopathic education. We love osteopathy, we are passionate about osteopathy and we are sure you would love osteopathy as well.

To receive National Academy of Osteopathy information package and academic calendar please send an email to admissions@nationalacademyofosteopathy.com.

For more information about the Diploma in Osteopathic Manual Practice (DOMP) program offered by NAO please visit our website at www.nationalacademyofosteopathy.com

For information on the Bachelor of Science in Osteopathic Manual Practice – BSc (OMP) and PhD in Osteopathic Clinical Sciences – PhD (OCS) programs offered by the National University of Medical Sciences – USA please visit www.numss.us.

For information on the Bachelor of Science in Osteopathy – BSc (O) and Doctor of Osteopathy (DO) programs offered by the National University of Medical Sciences – Spain please visit www.numss.com.

Our goal is to make sure patients in every corner of the world have access to osteopathy, this wonderful health profession. We encourage you to study osteopathy. You would love every minute of it.

Thank you for reading our blog.








Our OCPCC Clinic #169 is in Edmonton, Alberta

We are happy to announce that nurse & manual osteopath; Inderjit Kaur, BSc(nursing), DOMP represents our clinic, the Osteopathy Chronic Pain Clinics of Canada (OCPCC) in Edmonton, Alberta (Canada). We now have 169 clinics worldwide in 14 countries and in 4 continents (America, Europe, Asia, Africa).

Ms. Kaur has completed the DOMP program of National Academy of Osteopathy. She is also a member of the Canadian Union of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners. 

OCPCC becomes operational in Spring of 2018. With 169 locations across the world OCPCC is the largest privately owned chronic pain clinic in the world.

All manual osteopaths joining OCPCC are chronic pain specialists who have graduated from one of our three schools, the National Academy of Osteopathy (Canada), National University of Medical Sciences (USA), or National University of Medical Sciences (Spain).

Welcome to OCPCC Ms. Kaur! We are happy to have you in our team.

Clinic #169
3018-15 Ave NW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T6T 0Z5
Tel.: 587 778 8075
inder22jit@yahoo.co.in

Monday, April 23, 2018

Stephanie Lim is the new NAO registrar

We wish to congratulate Ms. Stephanie Lim for being promoted to the position of registrar of National Academy of Osteopathy. We also wish to congratulate Ms. Stephanie Kumi for being promoted to the position of registrar of our two universities, the National University of Medical Sciences (USA) and the National University of Medical Sciences (Spain). Mr. Juswinder Singh has also been promoted to the position of Chief Technical Officer of NAO, NUMSS (USA) and NUMSS (Spain).

We apologize if our services have been slow in the past few months due to extra ordinary volume of emails we received. We do hope this reorganization improves the quality of our service to you, our students and alumni.

Billing Auto Insurers for Osteopathy

The Ontario policy in regards to billing insurers for treatment of patients who are injured in motor vehicle accident has been updated. Please read the file if you provide manual osteopathic care for MVA injuries.

One main change is that before you must have submitted OCF 21 (treatment plan) directly to insurer. Now you can give a printed copy to patient, ask patient to pay you, and patient directly will submit this form to insurer and insurers will pay patient directly. Previously insurer would send payment to you.
https://www.fsco.gov.on.ca/en/auto/autobulletins/2017/Documents/a-02-17-1.pdf

Sunday, April 15, 2018

Best Career Upgrade for Personal Support Workers & Home Care Aides in US & Canada

Did you know with an hourly fee of $80 to $140, manual osteopathy is the highest paid health profession personal support workers and home care aides can enrol through online or on-campus education as a postgraduate program?

A number of manual osteopaths in Canada and States are personal support workers and home care aides who supplement their income by working as a manual osteopath (osteopathic manual practitioner) on a part time or full time basis, charging clients on average $80 to $140 per hour for osteopathic care they provide for chronic pain management or wellness care.

We offer a diploma program in osteopathic manual practice (D.O.M.P.) that can be taken through online or on-campus. It is 1 year for students without prior health education and 6 months for those who are health professionals.

Along with our two sister schools, the National University of Medical Sciences in Naples, Florida(www.numss.us) and the National University of Medical Sciences in Madrid, Spain (www.numss.com), we are the largest provider of manual osteopathic education worldwide with alumni in 69 countries.

Our alumni are permitted to work in all Canadian provinces and all US States as osteopathic manual practitioners. In Canada our alumni are permitted to join a number of associations which permits them to bill some extended health plan insurers.

Osteopathy is one of the top 25 occupations in demand in Canada (as reported by CIBC). There is zero unemployment in this profession. All manual osteopaths either find employment or open their own private osteopathy clinics.

We are founder of Osteopathy Chronic Pain Clinics (https://www.facebook.com/osteopathypainclinics). With over 166 clinics across the world OCPCC is the largest privately owned chronic pain clinic in the world. All manual osteopaths working in these clinics are our alumni.
To receive our information package including the academic calendar please send an email to admissions@nationalacademyofosteopathy.com. For more information please visit www.nationalacademyofosteopathy.com.

Registered nurse & manual osteopath Candace Terry, RN, DOMP writes about why she chose National Academy of Osteopathy:

After twenty-two years of nursing, I was at a point in my career that I needed a change. I met a Manual Osteopath during a training session for concussion analysis and treatment. I was very interested and started to look up what Manual Osteopathy was and quickly discovered that manual osteopathy coincided with my beliefs of treating a person as a whole.

So I started to look into the different schools that offered manual osteopathy. Finally deciding on NAO (National Academy of Osteopathy) and I am so happy I did. I first selected NAO because it allowed me to do full time courses online. It also had very good reviews from past students, even students that had attended other Manual Osteopathy schools then went to NAO.

When I started, the passion for manual osteopathy Dr. Pourgol conveyed when he was teaching made it feel like he was right in the room with you. His love for Manual Osteopathy made me want to learn more and more. Then when I went to Toronto for the 2 week hands-on, seeing the team in-person made me feel like I was part of a special family. The love I have for my new profession just increased tenfold.

The business classes were above and beyond what I was expecting. There were many times I said “I wish I knew that before” or “Wow. That makes so much sense.” I even caught my husband hanging around when I was watching my classes and saying quietly “Hmm”, “Okay”, and “Yes”.
I am looking forward to doing the dual degree BSc (O) and DO (Spain).

Thank you.

Candace Terry RN DOMP
Can Save Lives Treatment & Training Centre
www.cansavelives.com
1-855-499-2106

Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Best Career Upgrade for Nurses in Tennessee

Did you know with an hourly fee of up to $80 to $140, osteopathic manual practice is the highest paid health profession nurses in Tennessee can enrol through online education as a postgraduate program?

A large number of osteopathic manual practitioners (OPM) are nurses who supplement their income by working on a part time or full time basis as an OMP, charging $80 to $140 per hour for manual osteopathic care they provide for chronic pain.

All nurses in Tennessee receive advanced credits allowing them to earn a diploma in osteopathic manual practice - D.O.M.P. (online or in-campus) in a shorter time (6 months) at lower tuition ($7800 US approximately). Our program is open to all nurses no matter if they are registered or not.

National Academy of Osteopathy is the largest provider of manual osteopathic education worldwide teaching in 69 countries. We also have two sister universities (National University of Medical Sciences) in Spain (Madrid) and USA (Florida) teaching a number of online health related degrees such as MBA in healthcare (www.numss.com and www.numss.us).

In the states including Tennessee we have a number of Osteopathy Chronic Pain Clinics of Canada (OCPCC), which our alumni can join upon graduation. Currently OCPCC has 166 clinics across the world.

Nurses interested to study on-campus can attend the York University Heights campus of NAO in Toronto. Two weeks of optional practical technique classes are provided in Toronto for online students.

Our alumni are permitted to work in all States as osteopathic manual practitioners. They are not permitted to call themselves osteopaths in the US as the term osteopath is reserved for osteopathic physicians (DO). We teach European style manual osteopathy, also known as osteopathic manual practice. Our practice is hands-on only, no surgery, and no medications.
To receive our information package including the academic calendar please send an email to admissions@nationalacademyofosteopathy.com. For more information please visit www.nationalacademyofosteopathy.com.
Registered nurse & osteopathic manual practitioner Candace Terry, RN, DOMP writes about why she chose National Academy of Osteopathy:

After twenty-two years of nursing, I was at a point in my career that I needed a change. I met a Manual Osteopath during a training session for concussion analysis and treatment. I was very interested and started to look up what Manual Osteopathy was and quickly discovered that manual osteopathy coincided with my beliefs of treating a person as a whole.

So I started to look into the different schools that offered manual osteopathy. Finally deciding on NAO (National Academy of Osteopathy) and I am so happy I did. I first selected NAO because it allowed me to do full time courses online. It also had very good reviews from past students, even students that had attended other Manual Osteopathy schools then went to NAO.

When I started, the passion for manual osteopathy Dr. Pourgol conveyed when he was teaching made it feel like he was right in the room with you. His love for Manual Osteopathy made me want to learn more and more. Then when I went to Toronto for the 2 week hands-on, seeing the team in-person made me feel like I was part of a special family. The love I have for my new profession just increased tenfold.

The business classes were above and beyond what I was expecting. There were many times I said “I wish I knew that before” or “Wow. That makes so much sense.” I even caught my husband hanging around when I was watching my classes and saying quietly “Hmm”, “Okay”, and “Yes”.

I am looking forward to doing the dual degree BSc (O) and DO (Spain).

Thank you.

Candace Terry RN DOMP
Can Save Lives Treatment & Training Centre
www.cansavelives.com
1-855-499-2106
 
 

British Columbia Osteopathy association has new president

We are happy to announce that National Academy of Osteopathy alumnus, registered nurse and manual osteopath, Pasquale Fiore, BSc.N., RN, MSc, DOMP has been elected as the new president of the British Columbia Association of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners.

Congratulations Mr. Fiore. We are proud of you!
 
 

Friday, April 6, 2018

Our New OCPCC Clinic in Calgary (167 Clinics Worldwide)

We are happy to announce that manual osteopath, Tracy Laval, DOMP represents our clinic, the Osteopathy Chronic Pain Clinics of Canada (OCPCC) in Calgary, Alberta (Canada). We now have 167 clinics worldwide.

Tracy has studied osteopathy at the National Academy of Osteopathy (Canada). She is also a member of the Canadian Union of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners.

OCPCC becomes operational in Spring of 2018. With 167 locations across the world OCPCC is the largest privately owned chronic pain clinic in the world.

All manual osteopaths joining OCPCC are chronic pain specialists who have graduated from one of our three schools, the National Academy of Osteopathy (Canada), National University of Medical Sciences (USA), or National University of Medical Sciences (Spain).

Welcome to OCPCC Tracy! We are happy to have you in our team.

Clinic #167
2424 4 Street SW, Suite 905, Calgary, AB T2S 2T4
Info@tracylaval.com
 
 

Wednesday, April 4, 2018

NAO Student on Global TV

National Academy of Osteopathy student, manual osteopath, Dr Liza Egbogah, DC, DOMP on Global News TV giving advice on battling bad office posture: 
 
https://globalnews.ca/video/4119671/battling-bad-office-posture

We are proud of our alumni!

Monday, April 2, 2018

Our New OCPCC Clinic in Ottawa (166 Clinics Worldwide)

We are happy to announce that manual osteopath, Joy Rafal, BSc (PT), DOMP represents our clinic, the Osteopathy Chronic Pain Clinics of Canada (OCPCC) in Ottawa, Ontario (Canada). We now have 166 clinics worldwide.

Joy has studied osteopathy at the National Academy of Osteopathy (Canada) and holds a degree in physical therapy. She is also a member of the Canadian Union of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners.
OCPCC becomes operational in Spring of 2018. With 166 locations across the world OCPCC is the largest privately owned chronic pain clinic in the world.

All manual osteopaths joining OCPCC are chronic pain specialists who have graduated from one of our three schools, the National Academy of Osteopathy (Canada), National University of Medical Sciences (USA), or National University of Medical Sciences (Spain).

Welcome to OCPCC Joy! We are happy to have you in our team.

Clinic #166
2369 Alta Vista Dr. Ottawa, ON K1V 7T5
Tel.: (613) 737-7463
info@primephysioplus.com

5 Years Osteopathy Program Now Offered at NAO

We are happy to announce that we now offer a 5 years diploma in osteopathic manual practice program (DOMP) in addition to our 1 year full time (5 days per week) and 2 years part time (two days per week) programs. The 5 years program will offer classes two days per month for those who are unable to attend weekly classes. The program is offered only on-campus (online is not available) and it includes 1000 hours of clinical practice which makes it World Health Organization (WHO) compliant. 
 
 

6 Osteopathy Sessions Decreased Disability by 50%

Research finds JUST 6 Osteopathy SESSIONS (in a period of 2 months) reduced pain and disability by more than 50% in majority of 455 patients evaluated. Research was published in the Journal of American Osteopathic Association (JAOA).

We always keep saying that our popularity and the reason we are Canadian's number one choice for low back pain relief is our ability to treat chronic pain. And this research proves it!

Sunday, April 1, 2018

Health Spending Account

Canadian alumni: have you set up your health spending account yet? If not please do so.

Setting this account would save you $150 per month ($1800 per year) for yourself and any employee you might have (your spouse or children if they work for you). Within 5 years or so the saving would be enough to cover the cost of tuition you paid to study osteopathy with us!

Most health professionals are not aware that they are legally permitted to become their own extended health plan insurer under the Canadian income tax laws. Even some accountants do not know about this tax benefit!

Our business education is what makes our osteopathic education unique and innovative.