Tuesday, 20 February 2018

Muscle Chains Principles in Osteopathy

Before my trip to Spain and Portugal I am recording over 15 lectures on the concepts of muscle chains in osteopathy.

The lectures will be uploaded to our online video servers within the next 2 to 3 weeks for all NAO, NUMSS (USA) and NUMSS (Spain) registered students to watch.
 
 

All the way from Romania!

I wish to thank my student, massage therapist (and now a manual osteopath) Alina Turturica who came all the way from Romania to study manual osteopathy at the York University Heights campus of National Academy of Osteopathy in Toronto. I am honoured to have such dedicated students.

A student who leaves the comfort of home to travel 1000s of kilometers away to improve himself is truly an outstanding individual.

I am sure Alina will become a successful manual osteopath and I am proud to have her as a colleague. 
 
 

Monday, 19 February 2018

All the way from Australia!

I wish to thank my student Dr Iftikhar Khan who came all the way from Australia to study manual osteopathy at National Academy of Osteopathy. I am honoured to have such dedicated students.

A student who leaves the comfort of home to travel 1000s of kilometers away to improve himself is truly an outstanding individual.

I am sure Dr Khan will become a successful manual osteopath and I am proud to have him as a colleague. 
 
 

All the way from China!

I wish to thank my student medical doctor, Dr. Jianfeng Liang, MD who came all the way from China to study manual osteopathy at the York University Heights campus of National Academy of Osteopathy in Toronto. I am honoured to have such dedicated students.

A student who leaves the comfort of home to travel 1000s of kilometers away to improve himself is truly an outstanding individual.

Thank you Dr Liang for trusting NAO with your osteopathic education. 

All The Way From Italy!

I wish to thank my student Omar who came all the way from Italy to study manual osteopathy at the York University Heights campus of National Academy of Osteopathy in Toronto. I am honoured to have such dedicated students.

A student who leaves the comfort of home to travel 1000s of kilometers away to improve himself is truly an outstanding individual.

I am sure Omar will become a successful manual osteopath and I am proud to have him as a colleague.


Sunday, 18 February 2018

Looking for work in Kuwait?


Manual osteopaths: Looking to work in Kuwait?

We wish to thank French Doctor of osteopathy graduate of National University of Medical Sciences (Spain), Dr Alain Daniel Ngounde who travelled all the way from Kuwait to attend the graduation ceremony of NUMSS (Spain) in Toronto (Canada).

Dr Ngounde is from France but is currently living in Kuwait city and operates a successful health clinic there, charging $220 per hour.

He is currently looking to add another manual osteopath (NAO (Canada), NUMSS (Spain) or NUMSS (USA) alumni) to his team.

Those alumni who are interested to work in Kuwait should contact him directly on Facebook for more information about this employment opportunity.
 
 

I wish my dad could see this day

I wish my dad could see the day that three of his children have become doctors.

I congratulate my sister Shirin (a graduate of the National Academy of Osteopathy) to successfully complete the doctor of osteopathy program of National University of Medical Sciences (Spain). We now have three doctors in the Pourgol family. My little sister Mateen is a Juris doctor (lawyer) in Ontario.