Sunday, July 26, 2015

DOMP Copyrighted by National Academy of Osteopathy President

Dr Shahin Pourgol, MBA, DC, DO, PhD, president of National Academy of Osteopathy (Canada) and the National University of Medical Sciences (Spain) copyrighted the DOMP title. DOMP (Diploma in Osteopathic Manual Practice) is a Canadian title awarded to those who have graduated from a recognized school of manual osteopathy in Canada.

Friday, July 24, 2015

GOODBYE!

Today was the last day of the two weeks practical technique classes. The last day is always the saddest day for us as the school feels and looks so empty without all these energetic students.

We love our students and miss them greatly.

Wish you all success in your new chosen career and do hope to see you soon.




We have more technique instructors than any other school

Did you know we have more technique instructors than any other schools of osteopathy?

Did you know most schools have only one technique instructor?

Did you know we are the only ones who have two instructors dedicated to visceral manipulation techniques?

Here is physiotherapist & manual osteopath, professor Amir Ghafari, BSc(PT), DOMP, DO teaching visceral techniques of osteopathy.








Thursday, July 23, 2015

Professional Football Player Receives Manual Osteopathy at NAO




We are proud to announce that professional Canadian Football League (CFL) player, Jamahl Knowles of the Montreal Alouettes Football Club has received manual osteopathic care today at National Academy of Osteopathy student clinic (located at our York University Heights campus in Toronto, Canada) by our student Chaynade Knowles who is a kinesiologist and now a manual osteopathy student (from Texas, USA) who also happens to be Jamahl’s sister!

Manual osteopathy offers great services to athletes, keeping them in top shape while improving their athletic performance. 

To receive more information on how you can become a manual osteopath please email us at admissions@nationalacademyofosteopathy.com to request our information package. 


Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Newspaper Writes About NAO Graduate: Spencer Jean, DOMP

The Windsor Star newspaper in Ontario, Canada printed the following article about National Academy of Osteopathy graduate; Spencer Jean who was a professional hockey player.

http://blogs.windsorstar.com/news/jeans-story-draws-attention

 

Best College for osteopathic techniques

Did you know that we teach more manual osteopathic techniques than any other college of osteopathy?

Did you know that we are the only college that has Canadian, American, European & Asian technique instructors?




Friday, July 17, 2015

Ontario Dance Champion Enrolls at National Academy of Osteopathy

Dasha Veprjitska, a ballerina and Ontario (Canada) dance champion who has just graduated from high school last month, has enrolled in the Diploma in Osteopathic Manual Practice program of National Academy of Osteopathy (Canada).

Manual osteopathy is quite popular with athletes. We welcome Dasha to NAO and wish her success in her studies.


Thursday, July 9, 2015

Osteopathy Business Tip # 37 - Energize Your Brain

You need to unplug your brain once in a while. This would reset your brain and has a number benefits such as increasing your creativity which helps you become more successful in whatever you do.

A sure way to energizing your brain is having regular silence retreats. I usually take a weekend off to be by myself surrounded by nature, trees and water, sun & the moon, wind & the birds, with no one to talk to, no TV, no music, no radio, no internet, no mobile and no people. 

The silence has amazing healing power. It allows you to tap into your inner self where your conscious awaits you. When there is no noise, your inner self speaks with you. What you hear is priceless wisdom.

If you want to become more creative and if you want to improve your brain power, then spend a couple of days by yourself every month surrounded by nature with no people contact of any sort.

I was in a silence retreat last week and took these photos there. You become one with nature, when you are alone with it. Where else you can find a red moon, beautiful red sunrise, & sparkling water?

Dr Shahin Pourgol, MBA, DC, DO, PhD
President
National Academy of Osteopathy (Canada)
National University of Medical Sciences (Spain)




Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Testimonial from a Yoga Teacher


Testimonial from a Yoga Teacher:
 
Dear Dr.Pourgol,

Greeting to you!
First of All ,My humble gratitude to you and the team for providing me with an informative online course which I was looking forward for as a Yoga therapist. I thought it is equally important for a profession of my kind to be informed on the anatomical aspect of Human Body in a fairly detailed manner, to be able to make a good alternative medicine health professional and therefore chose to join this course
I have thoroughly enjoyed the lectures sessions particularly all of yours and Dr.Habibinia's on Nutrition. They have been very informative and helping my family, students and myself  in maintaining a reasonably good health. 

Wishing you a great day.

Warm regards

Lalitha Viswanath
lalitha77.devaki@gmail.com


Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Anniversary Celebration 2010 - 2015



We are having the National Academy of Osteopathy 5th year anniversary on Saturday August 29th, 2015  from 10am to 1PM. Lunch will be provided. All our students and graduates are welcome to join us for this festive celebration. 

Location:
National Academy of Osteopathy campus
121 Limestone Crescent 
Toronto, ON  M3J 2R1
Attire:  Business Casual / Dressy Casual.
RSVP by July 28, 2015 (Rachel@nationalacademyofosteopathy.com or 416-635-6550).  Please confirm if you are attending.   
Parking is free at the front and back of the building and also along Petrolia Rd. 


Monday, July 6, 2015

NAO is the Best Osteopathic School



Dear Professors,

I would like to thank all of you for your efforts of teaching National Academy of Osteopathy  students. 

NAO is the best osteopathic school.

Thank you again.

Sincerely,

Oleg Bagrin, MD (Romania), DOMP
NAO graduate - 2015
Toronto, Ontario (Canada)