Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Our Staff

I wish to thank all my administrative staff in Toronto who are doing a great job managing our school. Without you, we could not have grown so big, so fast. I am happy to have you on our team.

Dr Shahin Pourgol, MBA, DC, DO, PhD
President 
 
 

You are the best teacher in the world!

A post from NAO graduate Dani Reid, DOMP (August 2016) to Dr Pourgol:

“Thank you, you are the best teacher in the world!” 
 
 

Dr Ghazi, MD, DOMP writes about NAO Instructor

A post from NAO graduate, Dr Mercedeh Ghazi, MD, DOMP written for National Academy of Osteopathy technique instructor, Nizholas Zancai, DOMP:

“Dear Nicholas,
I would like to thank you for all the encouragement you have given me during the course. I cannot thank you enough for your endless support and effort.
I loved every wonderful minute of NAO and always came home full of enthusiasm and motivation.
You are the best TA!”


A Post by Dr Alazzam, MD, DOMP

A post by Dr Bashar Alazzam, MD, DOMP, a recent graduate of National Academy of Osteopathy (from London, Ontario).

“Thank you so much Dr Shahin Pourgol for giving me the honor to be one of your student at national academy of osteopathy………….... It was a big challenge for me, changing my field of helping patients from Anaesthesia and intensive care dealing with patients who want to sleep in Operation Rooms or already in Coma in ICU , and now becoming a manual osteopathy treating awake patients……….. Thank God and Thanks everybody who makes this dream come true, all teachers at NAO; Dr. Shahin Pourgol, Dr Oleg Bagrin, Dr Abazar Habibinia, Dr Daniel Nuzum, Pamela Crosson-Fournier, & Nicholas Zancai
All the nice and supper kind ladies and staff at NAO , thank you sOoOoOoOo much.”

NAO Graduates - August 27, 2016

We proudly present National Academy of Osteopathy (Canada) graduates, the future successful osteopathic manual practitioners in Canada and elsewhere.









































Monday, August 29, 2016

Students Love NAO



A post from Dr Mercedeh, one of our students at National Academy of Osteopathy who is a physician, a black belt martial artist and now a manual osteopath in Toronto!

“I love Osteopathy and NAO.  Dr. Pourgol you changed my life. Thank you” 


NAO Most Senior Graduate Completes Internship in California

Congratulations to National Academy of Osteopathy (NAO) and National University of Medical Sciences most senior graduate osteopathic manual practitioner, Dr. Charles H. Roberts, DOMP, BSc(O), DO for completing the internship at True North Health Center in Santa Rosa, California in Aug 2016.

NAO Graduation Day - August 27, 2016

Congratulations to all our students who successfully passed all the requirements to graduate and become manual osteopaths. We love you all and am so proud of you.



NAO Graduate Dani Reid, DOMP

A post from Dani Reid, DOMP a graduate of National Academy of Osteopathy (Class of Feb 2016):

Dani Reid with Shahin Pourgol.
Yesterday at 4:50pm •
Instagram.

The best day of the summer by far - GRADUATION! I fell in love with osteopathy some time ago, and am so blessed to be able to add this modality to my practice. Thank you to the amazing Dr. Pourgol for being such an inspiration in my life. A giant thank you to my amazing clients, family, and friends for support along the way. Means the world to me, Love ya

Friday, August 26, 2016

NAO Attracts Top Athletes!

19 years old high school graduate & Ontario (Canada) dance champion, Dasha Veprjitska, DOMP (candidate) graduates this week to become another National Academy of Osteopathy alumna in Toronto.

While working as an osteopathic manual practitioner, Dasha will continue her osteopathic education by enrolling at the online dual degree bachelor of science in osteopathy and doctor of osteopathy (DO) program of National University of Medical Sciences (Spain).

Dasha took the CPR course last week. The CPR course is necessary to join a number of associations in Canada which then permits NAO graduates to bill private health insurers across Canada. 


Thursday, August 25, 2016

Exercising on Empty Stomach


Recent research shows that exercising on empty stomach or after fasting has many benefits including increasing testosterone and human growth hormone levels, while decreasing chance of diabetes and other disorders.

Additionally exercising on empty stomach signals the body to produce new brain cells as well as new muscle cells, basically improving your brain and body while making them younger.

This type of exercise is specially effective for fat loss. Please consult with your physician or manual osteopath prior to starting an exercise program.

“I exercise on empty stomach on a daily basis. Right after I wake up, before even reading my daily paper and drinking coffee I take my Yoga mat and start doing Yoga followed by some form of cardio and aerobics, and sometimes Taekwondo. It is a great way to start your day. Try it, you will love it!” Says osteopathic manual practitioner, Dr Shahin Pourgol, one of the professors teaching at our school.   


Professor Oleg Bagrin, MD, DOMP

Professor Oleg Bagrin, MD, DOMP teaching osteopathic visceral manipulation (visceral osteopathy) at the York University Heights campus of National Academy of Osteopathy (Toronto, Canada).