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Canadian Institute
of Osteopathic Therapy

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Canadian Institute of Osteopathic Therapy

The Canadian Institute of Osteopathic Therapy offers Osteopathic training for health professionals with a 4-year related Health Degree, such as physiotherapists, kinesiologists, etc. CIOT also offers a pre-course evaluation and examination to registered massage therapists with 2200hrs or more. Please contact us for further details. We follow the international standards recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO) according to the text published in November 2010 “Reference Points for Training in Osteopathy”, and adhere to the requirements set by the European Standard UNE-16686, December 2015 for teaching entities for the training and academic qualification of Osteopathy and Provision of Healthcare in Osteopathy.

Our organization is associated with the School of Osteopathy of Madrid (EOM) which has been an example of academic excellence since its inception in 1989. Thanks to their considerable knowledge and expertise we are now able to offer, as the first branch in North America, the very finest of Osteopathic training and study.

EOM aims to prepare students for future as Osteopathic Therapists in society through the development of their skills and the acquisition of knowledge, both theoretical and practical, and through close contact with other fellow professionals.

EOM Osteopathy

ACADEMIC
PROGRAM

1st COURSE

SPECIALIZATION IN OSTEOPATHY IN NEUROMUSCULOSKELETAL DYSFUNCTIONS. (1st and 2nd year)
(1500 HOURS)

  • Methodological basis.
  • Lumbar spine.
  • Thoracic spine.
  • Treatment for the sacroiliac and pubic dysfunctions.
  • Cervical spine.
  • Scapular girdle I and II.
  • Elbow, wrist and hand.
  • Cervicothoracic junction and the 1St rib.
  • Neurovegetative nervous system.
  • Osteopathic treatment for lumbar disc prolapses and sciaticas.
  • Thoracolumbar junction, diaphragm, coxofemoral.
  • C5 – C6 and the rib cage.
  • Knee, sprain and foot.
  • Medical pathology.
  • Radiology.
  • Research methodology.
  • Integration of the osteopathic concepts.

2nd COURSE

THIRD, FOURTH AND FIFTH YEARS: DIPLOMA IN OSTEOPATHIC MANUAL THERAPY
(2850 HOURS)

  • Sphenobasilar, temporal, occipital and parietal.
  • Ethmoid, frontal, facial bones, palatine, unguis, vomer and bones of the nose.
  • Stomach and duodenum.
  • Liver and intestine.
  • Gynecology, prostate and coccyx.
  • Heart, lung, kidney, bladder and lymphatic system.
  • Angiology.
  • Ophtamology and ENT.
  • Pedriatics I and II.
  • Medical pathology.
  • Neurovegetative nervous system
  • Osteopathic treatment for lumbar disc prolapses and sciaticas.
  • Jones´ technique and mechanosensitive points.
  • Dysfunctions of the sacrum.
  • British structural and functional techniques.
  • TMJ I and II.
  • Dejarnette´s Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT).
  • Occipitocervical junction: occiput, atlas and axis.
  • Fascias: creeping fascial
  • Osteopathic lesional chains.
  • Research methodology
  • Radiology

The course is scheduled to begin 14th February 2019.

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