Become a Manual Osteopathic Therapist. Elevate your career with a flexible program. Go further in your healthcare career with Manual Osteopathic training!
The Manual Osteopathic College of Canada offers an inspired, flexible program that lets students train to become Manual Osteopathic Therapists without putting life on hold. This progressive learning approach combines home study, in-class tutorials, practical time, and case studies.
- Osteo-articular structures and fascia mobilizations
- Mobility and motility of organs
- Involuntary mechanisms (manual lymph drainage, cranial sacral fluid)
- Advanced myofascial remodelling
- Muscle Energy techniques
- Advanced Literary Skills
- Research methods
- Proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation
- Visceral manipulation
Why become a Manual Osteopathic Therapist?
The answer is simple: To diversify the level of expertise provided to your patients. This approach takes you right back to your patient’s initial injury, strain, imbalance and instability and reverses it! Manual Osteopathic techniques achieve instantaneous and lasting results in gentle yet extremely effective ways. Manual osteopathic therapist report yielding similar or better results in less time than from their prior training.
Relieve long standing symptoms: Manual osteopathic therapy techniques have been known to completely resolve chronic symptoms in patients who have sought help everywhere.
Paramedical benefits: Manual osteopathic therapy allows patients to tap in to their Manual Osteopathic health benefits. The majority of insurance companies and health spending accounts recognize services offered by Manual Osteopathic Therapists.
Greater Rewards: Improved efficacy enhances patient satisfaction which makes practitioners more referable (and helps boost the bottom line!).
It’s worth the investment: This training certifies practitioners to do a whole lot more to improve patients’ quality of life.
The Manual Osteopathic Therapy program is compliant with World Health Organization Type II Training Benchmarks. The program is 1210 instructional and clinical homework hours held over a period of 60 weeks in Vernon.
Upon successful completion of the program graduates will receive a Manual Osteopathic Therapist Diploma (MOTD).
Program orientation begins September 28th, and in-person classes begin Oct 17th, 2020 @ Tidal Elements Healing Arts Studio
Find out more here: moccanada.ca