Manual Osteopathic Therapist Program

The Manual Osteopathic Therapist Program is a WHO Type II Benchmark compliant course with 1180 instructional and clinical hours, held over a period of 56 weeks in Calgary and Edmonton.

This diploma program model of education includes 3 components:

  1. 5 modules in class
  2. Home study with review resources
  3. Clinical practicum with case studies per module

The principles of Manual Osteopathic Therapy are followed throughout the program as the assessment and treatment techniques are instructed.

Below is a summary of the curriculum modular highlights:

  • 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

Upon successful completion of the program graduates will receive a
Manual Osteopathic Therapist Diploma (MOTD).

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