Mark Your Calendar:
20th-21st April 2024
Venue: 375 Canarctic Dr unit #22, North York, ON M3J 2P9
Time: 9am- 5pm
Enroll in our comprehensive program tailored to offer you an in-depth understanding of the most frequently seen pains and dysfunctions in the musculoskeletal system. Our curriculum covers a wide spectrum, including Osteopathic initial assessment, gait analysis, muscle joint assessments, and treatment protocols.
A significant portion of the program is dedicated to studying major dysfunctions through case studies. This hands-on approach imparts a more profound understanding of different types of dysfunctions, enabling you to devise appropriate treatment protocols effectively. You’ll collaborate with your peers to determine the root causes of dysfunctions, fostering knowledge on how to customize treatments.
We also cover a diverse array of techniques, including but not limited to joint mobs, MET, Positional Release Technique, Still technique, Balanced Ligamentous, and more. You will learn how to apply these techniques effectively to maximize treatment outcomes.
By the end of the program, you will have gained a comprehensive understanding of how to identify and manage musculoskeletal system dysfunctions. You’ll be equipped with the skills and knowledge to formulate customized treatment plans for your clients and utilize a broad range of highly effective techniques to address various musculoskeletal issues.
This program adheres strictly to NAO’s bridge program guidelines for hands-on practice. It concludes with an examination that qualifies you for the 7-hour mentorship program, a crucial step in completing the bridge program. Upon completing the program, you’ll receive a certificate indicating the number of hours completed, which can be submitted as part of your bridge program or to your association for Continuing Education Units (CEUs).