Friday, 30 August 2013

Fee Guideline for Osteopaths in Ontario (Canada)

The College of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners of Ontario has published the 2013 Osteopathy Fee Guidelines. Click on the link below to read the guideline.

http://nationalacademyofosteopathy.blogspot.ca/2013/08/compo-fee-guideline-for-osteopaths.html


Wednesday, 28 August 2013

90,000 !



90,000 Facebook Fans!

This is incredible. I am grateful to all of you for making National University of Medical Sciences and National Academy of Osteopathy the largest and most popular osteopathic schools in the world.

Thank you.

Dr Shahin Pourgol
Chiropractor, Ergonomist, Osteopath
President
National Academy of Osteopathy
National University of Medical Sciences
Canadian College of Pedorthics


Tuesday, 27 August 2013

Osteopathy Fee Guidelines by COMPO

Osteopathy Fee Guidelines

The College of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners of Ontario (COMPO) is working on producing a fee guideline for the osteopathic manual practitioners in Ontario.

This is such a great news. A fee guideline makes osteopathic manual practice more standardized across the province which is a step towards getting OMP regulated in Ontario.

Dr Shahin Pourgol
President
National Academy of Osteopathy
National University of Medical Sciences
Canadian College of Pedorthics






Saturday, 24 August 2013

Regulating Osteopathy in Ontario (Canada)

Osteopathy Regulation in the Province of Ontario (Canada)

Now that National Academy of Osteopathy has moved to a larger campus at York University Heights and with the move behind us, we can focus on working towards osteopathy regulation in Ontario.

We are seeking help from honorable Dr Reza Moridi, Ontario Minister of Research and Innovation and a member of the provincial parliament to guide us in this process.

National Academy of Osteopathy is actively involved in the process of osteopathy regulation in Ontario. Dr Shahin Pourgol president of NAO has donated $200,000 to this cause on behalf of NAO.

Osteopaths UNITE! To get osteopathy regulated in Ontario.








Wednesday, 21 August 2013

Prominent Osteopath Joins NUMSS Faculty

Professor Jorge Aranda Joins NUMSS

I am glad to have professor Jorge Aranda, BSc(OM), MSc(PO) join our faculty at National University of Medical Sciences as a professor of osteopathic techniques.

Professor Aranda has a bachelor of science in Osteopathic Medicine as well as a master of science in Pediatric osteopathy. He also sits on the board of Osteopathy Registrar of Spain.

Currently at NUMSS;  professor Aranda teaches visceral manipulation, osteopathy in the cranial field (cranial osteopathy), lymphatic drainage, and counterstrain techniques. In the future he will cover more techniques. His lectures include assessments, treatments, indications and counterindications of each technique.

Dr Shahin Pourgol
President
National Academy of Osteopathy
Canadian College of Pedorthics
National University of Medical Sciences








Friday, 16 August 2013

NUMSS DO Students

Doctor of Osteopathy (DO) students at National University of Medical Sciences!

Thursday, 15 August 2013

Consider fasting for better health

Consider fasting for better health

Any diet that has you not eat at all is not a diet-it's starvation. But there's a difference between withholding what your body needs and reprogramming your body so that you can control your hunger and let your body recharge. The idea of fasting is nothing crazy. You do it every night when you sleep, which is a time that that is essential for optimal health. Yet the idea of going several hours without eating during daytime is frowned upon.

When done correctly, fasting can actually help your body burn fat, recharge, and stay healthy. You've probably heard of cleanse diets that supposedly rid your body of toxins, improve the functioning of your internal organs, and help you age better. Most of these don't work as advertised. The only real cleanse occurs at the cellular level. It's called autophagy, and it's your body's ability to regenerate and become better. Autophagy makes your brain function a little better, helps with fat loss, and even assists in your ability to walk and breathe. But the more time you spend eating-as in actual hours during the day eating-the less time you spend in the autophagic process, which is why fasting isn't a bad thing.

The fad-free truth: Researchers at the University of Utah found that people who fasted just one day per month were 40 percent less likely to suffer from clogged arteries. While there are many ways to fast, the important point is that you shouldn't feel forced to eat if you're not hungry. Short daily fasts (for 12 to 16 hours) or a once-per-week daily fast can have health benefits, and it will teach you to separate boredom or thirst from genuine hunger.

Wednesday, 14 August 2013

Sunday, 11 August 2013

Somente um esclarecimento

Somente um esclarecimento.

Alguns alunos do Brasil interessados nos cursos de osteopatia em especifico DO(MP) e D.O podem realizar sua Matricula em nosso escritório no Brasil, SP, e simples e totalmente em Portugues. O procedimento e o mesmo, nosso escritório e uma extensão do Canadá.

Nosso telefone e (11) 5513-0179
Email: info@nao-brasilsaopaulo.com
 
 

NAO & NUMSS Invited to Seminar in Italy




NAO & NUMSS Students & Graduates Invited to the INTERNATIONAL OSTEOPATHY CONGRESS – MILAN – NOVEMBER 15/17 2013

The Istituto Osteopatia Milano - SOMA and The Istituto Superiore di Osteopatia - ISO of Milan have invited students and graduates of National Academy of Osteopathy & National University of Medical Sciences to the first edition of the International Osteopathy Congress, which will be held at the Humanitas Congress Centre in Milan from the 15th to the 17th of November 2013. 

To receive more information please visit the website below or email them directly.

www.congressosteopatia.com/en
info@congressosteopatia.com



Saturday, 3 August 2013

Here We Grow Again!

Here We Grow Again!

From August 19, 2013 National Academy of Osteopathy is moving to a larger facility. The student osteopathy and pedorthics clinic will also be in this location. NAO's new address is:

National Academy of Osteopathy
York University Heights
121 Limestone Crescent
Toronto, Ontario
Canada M3J 2R1

The Phone and fax numbers of NAO remain the same.