Saturday, 22 February 2014

Continuing Education Courses for Osteopaths & Other Health Professionals

Continuing Education Seminars for Manual Osteopaths & Other Health Practitioners

The continuing education seminars of National University of Medical Sciences (NUMSS) are available in-campus in Toronto (Ontario, Canada) as well as worldwide through online on-demand education. New seminars are added regularly.

These seminars are open to everyone, including manual osteopaths, physiotherapists, chiropractors, massage therapists, pedorthists, naturopaths, and athletic therapists. They may also be used as Continuing Education Units (CEU) to fulfill requirements of a number of regulatory associations such as the College of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners of Ontario (COMPO), International Osteopathic Association (IOA), Ontario College of Osteopathic Rehabilitation Sciences (OCORS), International Board of Certified Athletic Therapists (IBCAT), & the College of Certified Pedorthists of Ontario.

We have kept the seminar fees at $50 per seminar to make them affordable to all health practitioners. To register and to receive information about seminar dates please email us at


Sports Osteopathy: improving athletic performance through manual osteopathy

Seminar Presenter: manual osteopath; Dr. Shahin Pourgol (, president and a professor of NUMSS

Time: 2 hours of lectures & demonstration

Format: campus based at the National Academy of Osteopathy campus at York University Heights campus located at 121 Limestone Crescent in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, as well as online video lectures worldwide. The in-campus Attendees get the opportunity to practice the techniques at our classroom in Toronto on each other under supervision of Dr. Pourgol and ask questions. Online attendees have the ability to watch the videos on-demand.

Fee: 50 EURO (a receipt is issued for you to use as a business expenses for tax deduction purposes)
CEU: This seminar is eligible to be used for two hours of continuing education unit (CEU)

Eligibility: open to all health professionals; including massage therapists, physical therapists, kinesiologists, athletic trainers, pedorthists, athletic therapists, physicians, chiropractors and naturopaths

Topics Covered: Dr Pourgol Demonstrates a number of osteopathic techniques that help athletes perform better. Using these techniques on athletes has been shown to increase their speed and power.

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