Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Why Personal Trainers Should Study Manual Osteopathy

Personal Trainers who offer Osteopathic Care are more successful.

To stand apart from competitors, personal trainers should add osteopathic care to their services. It increases their success and income.

Do you work in a gym? Did you know as a personal trainer you can also offer manual osteopathic care to your gym members?
By studying European style osteopathy you can help clients with their injuries, improve their athletic performances, prevent injuries, improve their energy level, decrease muscle spasm, and relax their muscles after a workout.

Gym owners are discovering the value of having a manual osteopath on site. It builds client base as manual osteopaths are high in demand. In some cities, such as London (Ontario) there is a waiting list of up to a year to see a manual osteopath. By offering manual osteopathic care inside your gym you set yourself apart from other personal trainers and your gym quickly builds a client base which improves your income as well.

There are a number of gym owners that pay the tuition for their personal trainers to study manual osteopathy at NAO. Talk to your employer and explain the benefits for the gym if you become a manual osteopath. Your employer most likely would cover your tuition.

Did you know with annual income of $90,000, manual osteopathy is the highest paid health profession high school graduates can enter directly without the need for prior university/college prerequisites or prior health education?

National Academy of Osteopathy offers a DOMP (Diploma in Osteopathic Manual Practice) that can be completed in 6 to 12 months (depending on your prior education), 100% online across the world.

Those students interested to study in-campus can attend the York University Heights campus of NAO in Toronto (Canada). Optional practical technique classes (for online students) are provided in 45 countries, including USA, Spain, Italy, Brazil, & India.

NAO has graduated many manual osteopaths in the world in the past 4 years. Our alumni are permitted to work in all Canadian provinces, American states, and all European, Asian & Caribbean countries.

You are eligible to open your own manual osteopathy clinic inside your gym or elsewhere upon graduation or you may seek employment in other clinics, gyms, spas, resorts, rehabs and medical centers as a manual osteopath.

NAO is an accredited manual osteopathy college, teaching in 45 countries, that is accepted by many associations, such as Ontario Osteopathic & Alternative Medicine Association (that is accepted by most insurers), College of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners of Ontario, Asociation des ostéopathes Regroupement des Intervenants et Thérapeutes en Médecine Alternative, Ontario Association of Osteopathy & Alternative Medicine, Alliance Canadienne de Médecine Alternative , British Columbia College of Osteopathic Rehabilitation Sciences, Collège des Ostéopathes Canadiens, Canadian Manual Osteopathy Examining Board, International Osteopathy Examining Board, International Osteopathic Association, Society of Osteopaths of Canada, Tribal Health Care Administration & Licensing of the North Carolina Nottaway Tribal Community, Ontario Association of Osteopathic Practitioners, Ontario Chamber of Commerce, & Alberta College of Osteopathic Rehabilitation Sciences amongst others.

NAO is the only manual osteopathy college to be accepted as an affiliate member by the Ontario Hospital Association.

Our students are also eligible for full scholarships from the Metis Nation of Ontario and the WorkBC program of the Canadian government. $4000 in scholarships is also offered under Youth Employment Program, if you are between 18 to 22 years of age and unemployed.

Manual osteopathy is one of the top 25 professions in Canada as reported by the CIBC. There is zero unemployment in this profession. Average income is $90,000/yr. It is also the highest paid health profession high school graduates can enter directly without any university or college prerequisites.

A 2012 survey indicates that manual osteopathy is the #1 choice of Canadians for low back pain relief as compared to physiotherapy, chiropractic, massage therapy, acupuncture and medication.

For more information please visit www.nationalacademyofosteopathy.com or visit our blog for the latest news about NAO at www.nationalacademyofosteopathy.blogspot.ca. Our videos are found at https://www.youtube.com/user/Osteopathyacademy. And NAO photo gallery is at http://nationalacademyofosteopathy.com/Gallery.html.

Our email address is admissions@nationalacademyofosteopathy.com. 



1 comment:

  1. We are happy to inform everyone that the British Association of Sport & Exercise Sciences now accepts National University of Medical Sciences. NUMSS graduates are eligible for membership. NUMSS (www.numss.com) provides 33 health related degree programs in 45 countries; including Doctor of Osteopathy (DO) & transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT).

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