All four of these techniques are taught in detail and include the following categories for each: definition, history, philosophy, current scientific research, experts in the field, indications and contraindications, anatomy, physiology, common pathologies, injuries and complaints, assessment and correction protocols, manual practice and clinical work experience.

The graduate of NMOC will be a professional, competent Manual Osteopath (MO). The beginning MO will have acquired an understanding of the philosophy of the often-overlooked reason for the majority of health professions/treatments:

  • Pain: definition, symptom cascade, clients with chronic pain and expected responses to treatment, emotional and physical considerations
  • Corrective exercises and behaviours
  • Indications and contraindications to treatments
  • Complimentary and contradictory health care philosophies

In addition, we help prepare students for the business and legislative requirements of the profession by providing instruction in the following:

  • Osteopathy: definition, history, founder, philosophy, and main techniques
  • Manual Osteopathy: definition, credentials, code of ethic and conduct, regulation and licensure, and association membership
  • Business considerationslegislative requirements, insurance requirements, clinical records, privacy issues, prices, billing procedures, advertising, promotional techniques, networking strategies, and public speaking presentations

 

Program Objective

National Manual Osteopathic College (NMOC) provides professionals working in a therapeutic environment with a set of additional evaluative and corrective techniques that will quickly and efficiently correct problems that current techniques are unable to address. We provide the 4 cornerstones of manual osteopathic practice:

Lensen™ (Osteoarticular Techniques)Visceral Manipulation, CranioSacral Techniques and Advanced Fascia Release

NMOC provides an intense program to allow professionals to improve their treatments and business preparation

Upon graduation of our Manual Osteopath program, alumni are eligible for Membership with the National Manual Osteopathic Society (NMOS), which allows for insurance recognition with select providers

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Our Instructors

Instructors of the program are either fully qualified Manual Osteopaths or have years of experience treating and teaching in the modality they are presenting. eg. Visceral Manipulation.

Petra

  Petra Bierkos Post, DMO, RMT, CLT, Certified LensenTM Instructor
  Osteoarticular Instructor
  Petra has been practicing RMT for over 8 years and practicing Manual Osteopathy for over 6 years. Petra works in a busy, multi disciplinary clinic in Red Deer, AB.
  She is a founding member of the Fascia Research Society and is interested in encouraging the dialogue and collaboration between clinicians, researchers, and academicians. 

  

 

 

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  Richard Stuart, DOMP, CBI, CBP, DNM
  CranioSacral Instructor
  Richard has a doctorate in Natural Medicine, is a Manual Osteopath, and is a Certified Body Talk System Instructor for Advanced Modules.
  Richard operates a busy multidisciplinary clinic in Calgary, AB. He is a foundering member for the John McTimoney School of Chiropractic in Oxfordshire, England. 

  

 

 

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  Joanne Guenther, Former RMT
  Visceral Manipulation Instructor
  Joanne has expanded her knowledge by teaching numerous courses with NIMT and NMOC. She has retired from her own homebased clinic to travel the world.
  Joanne was fortunate to travel to Vietnam in 2012 with the Liddle Kidz Foundation and teach infant massage at orphanages.

  

 

 

Zarko

  Zarko Svetanov, DMO, RMT
  Advanced Fascial Release Instructor
  Zarko is a skilled therapist bringing over 7 years of experience as an RMT. He’s held leadership roles at large multidisciplinary clinics and was a Massage instructor at
  Mount Royal University. Since 2015 he has specialized in fascia and connective tissue. Zarko runs his own manual osteopathy and massage practice in Calgary, AB.

Policies

NMOC has policies regarding the following:

Attendance

  • Be in class and ready to start for 9:00 a.m. commencement
  • Classroom attendance is compulsory for the listed class dates (refer to Academic Schedules) 

Absence: If a student is absent, they are responsible for the following:

  • submitting all required assignments by the original deadline via email (use CamScanner app)
  • contacting the school to arrange to complete the missed written and manual examinations before the next scheduled class
  • obtaining all class materials and manual technique information from classmates – NOT instructors or staff
  • LATE assignments will NOT be accepted

Personal Code of Conduct, Dress Code, Cell Phones, iPods, PDA's etc, Zero Tolerance for Drugs & Alcohol

Noncompliance of the following Policies may result in immediate dismissal

Sexual Harassment Policy, Plagiarism, Cheating

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Campus Area Services

Most students travel from all over western Canada to attend their studies at NMOC

Affordable & Clean Hotel Accommodations

We have preferred rates from the following hotels when booked direct
When calling to make your reservation, please mention that you are a student from the National Manual Osteopathic College

Days Inn        5010-40 Ave, Innisfail AB                    403-227-4405
Super 8         4704-42 Ave, Innisfail, AB                   403-227-6001
Motel 6          4512-42 Ave, Innisfail, AB                   403-227-2214          

 

Parking

Parking is free
Street parking is available or you may use the parking lot NE adjacent to the building at the Henday Centre

 

Town of Innisfail taxi services

Innisfail Associated Cab - 403-227-2229 or 403-227-2272

 

Innisfail Public Library

5300 A 55th Street Close