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Excellent response time and professionalism in dealings!

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Dear Professors,I would like to thank all of you for your efforts of teaching National Academy of Osteopathy students.NAO is the best osteopathic school.Thank you again.Sincerely,Oleg Bagrin, MD (Romania), DOMPNAO graduate (2015) Toronto, Ontario (Canada)

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My name is Darren Weatherbie. I am enrolled in the online DOMP (diploma in osteopathic manual practice) program of National Academy of Osteopathy (Canada). NAO's ethics and clinical (business) management lectures are worth their weight in gold. My favorite of all business lectures are the ones teaching about life lessons applied professionally and personally.

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One of my BEST decisions to transfer to National Academy of Osteopathy after a year of studying at another osteo college. Don't get me wrong. Had a great year there however tuition was too high and got too much of theoretical education there. Too much philosophy. NAO on the other hand focuses on scientific techniques. The marketing lectures are something different that wasn't covered at all by the other college. Know personally some classmates who transferred to this school, and for good reasons. I had no problem with insurance coverage. I'm a member of Ontario Osteopathic & Alternative Medicine Association which is the 2nd oldest osteopathy association in Ontario. And almost all insurers accept it. I heard that another association recently accepts NAO graduates (Ontario Association of Osteopathic Practitioners). OAOP gets coverage by Industrial Alliance, Desjardin, and a few other big name companies out there. Call a few NAO graduates and check them out yourself.

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I am pleased to inform that the 'quality training' of this prestigious Academy has shown to be very fruitful. I had an interview, the owner was amazed by the techniques- I gave him a treatment session of the wonderful osteopathic techniques - and I received an offer to work two days a week, as a start. More shifts will be added to my schedule in the health clinic after I get to know the team more and become familiar with the workplace. (I am replacing a manual osteopath who used to work in clinic for years).I am thankful for the expert teachings which always stemmed from wisdom. Hussein Eid, MD, DOMPNational Academy of Osteopathy Class of Sept 2013Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

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Hi Dr. Pourgol,Just to drop you a note hello. The resilience of the human body still seizes to amaze me after practicing manual osteopathy now for several years. I registered my very first 100 year old patient this weekend. Superseding another current female elderly patient who is 90 years old.Mrs. Dela Cruz was born in November 30, 1914. She was brought to the clinic by her daughters hoping that I would be able to assist and perhaps relieve her of pains stemming from an arthritic shoulder joint. Mrs. Dela Cruz very calmly and quietly allowed me to complete the shoulder techniques, often giving me a slight glimpse of attention with her nearly perfect vision (she doesn't use reading glasses). At the end of the treatment, she softly but sternly said two words "feels good" - music to a manual osteopaths' ears.Hope you are keeping well.Best regards,Jay

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Dear Dr Shahin Pourgol,I wanted to personally thank you and your staff at National Academy of Osteopathy as I thoroughly enjoyed taking part in the Diploma in Osteopathic Manual Practice DO(MP) program.The professors who taught were very informative and I found it quite easy to contact them if I had any questions related to a specific topic.Can’t wait to receive my diploma in the mail and hang it on the wall at my office!Thanks again,Sincerely,Janet OgdenDiploma in Osteopathic Manual PracticeRegistered Massage TherapistEdmonton, Alberta

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NAO Rocks!Karin Lodge, DOMPNational Academy of Osteopathy GraduateAustria

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June 22nd is the World Osteopathy Day. To celebrate this wonderful day, National University of Medical Sciences (www.numss.com) and National Academy of Osteopathy (www.nationalacademyofosteopathy.com) are offering $1,340,000 in scholarships to 200 students worldwide to study osteopathy. NAO offers a diploma program in osteopathy and NUMSS offers 8 degree programs (BSc, MA, MSc, PhD & DO) in osteopathy.Our goal is to expand osteopathy to every corner of the world so patients everywhere could have access to this amazing healthcare. I would appreciate if you could share the news about these scholarships with friends. Thank You.Dr Shahin PourgolPresidentNational University of Medical Scienceswww.pourgol.com

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The course was well organized and easy to follow. Studying at my own pace was excellent. The practical was well taught and highly valuable. The expanded opportunities will be a good challenge.. As a Chiropractor I find these procedures as effective with no possibility of after effects. More Chiropractors should get on board.Ross Andersen DC, ND,DO(MP)

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Prime Minster of Canada; Honorable Stephen Harper has been kind enough to mail us a card to wish a Happy Holidays to National Academy of Osteopathy students, staff & faculty for the 2013 Christmas & holidays.

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We made it! College of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners of Ontario (COMPO) accepted National Academy of Osteopathy and National University of Medical Sciences as osteopathic schools that offer osteopathic education which satisfy the benchmark of education set up by the World Health Organization (WHO) organization. Time to celebrate!

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My name is Darren Weatherbie. I am enrolled in the online DOMP program . NAO’s Ethics and Clinical (Business) management lectures are worth their weight in gold. My favourite of all lectures are the ones about life lessons applied professionally and personally.

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Love the school. The program is wonderful. Definitely prepares grads well to start a practice. Teachers are wonderful. Happy to answer any questions and help when needed!!

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National Academy of Osteopathy has become the first and only osteopathic college in Ontario (Canada) to be accepted as an affiliate member of the Ontario Hospital Association. This is such a great news as it elevates the profession of manual osteopathy in Canada to a higher level and helps in getting manual osteopathy regulated in Ontario.

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Couldn't find a job after finishing high school. Found NAO by chance then talked to some graduates and found out great job prospects out there for osteopaths. NAO offered me hope and new life.NAO PLUS:lots of lots of techniques!!!!great teachersbusiness lectures were awesome!!!!! (#1 reason why I studied at NAO)friendly staffbeautiful campus great locationpractical useful lessons, stuff i can use in my cliniceasy to understand anatomy lessonsProfessor Habibinia orthopedic lectures Professor Jorge visceral manipulation lectures Ontario Hospital Association seminar discountsScholarships low tuition, less tha ten grandquick, domp is 1 yearMINUS:audios of a couple of videos have some noise some teachers speak too fastneed more strain/counterstrain techniquestoo many ethics lectures

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Dear NAOI want to say thank you for a fantastic course..............I have worked as a massage therapist for 6 years and I love my job but I felt more and more I was missing something in the treatments and I wanted to do more...............Osteopathy is a fantastic profession, gentle but very effective. It is a perfect match to massage therapy and the two makes the perfect couple. I love my job and look forward to going to work every day. I feel so privileged to be able to do this every day. Being able to help people live pain free lives is so rewarding and a true inspiration every single day.Dr Pourgol have been such an inspiration and I have learned so much that will absolutely make me a better therapist and better in business . Dr Habibinia is a fantastic teacher and I have looked forward to his lectures every day and thanks to Luary who has helped me so much and been so patient. I am looking forward to seeing you all in June so I can thank you all in person..............Thank you.Wenche Lian, DOMP, DIOEBNAO Class of September 2013

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NAO's professors are all brilliant in what they teach.Dr. Shahin Pourgol, Amir Kazemi, Dr. Amir Ghafari, Abazar Habibinia, Darren Wigginton, Pamela Crosson-FournierI learned a lot from them and I loved my experience in NAO.I met many students from all over Canada and U.S. in the campus with many different academic backgrounds, all sharing their knowledge and helping one another. Chiropractors, Medical Doctors, Massage Therapists, Kinesiologists, Yoga teachers, Acupuncturists, Professional Athletes, Nutritionists, Naturopathic Doctors, Psychologists, Rolfers, Fitness Instructors and many more.NAO has the most complete, practical and diverse curriculum. From Joint Mobilization, Muscle Energy Techniques to Visceral and CaranioSacral, Soft Tissue Therapy, Nutrition, Therapeutic Exercises and Orthopedic Tests to the best information in Clinical management and Marketing.It is a great opportunity to learn so much in an intensive and...

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Dr P is outgoing and his staff makes sure you are a family member. Academic integrity while maintaining a sense of ease for students who need a little help to perfect it as a practitioner of excellence. Highly recommend.

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