Continuing Education

Current Cycle: May 1, 2022-April 30, 2025 18 credits required

Please submit your certificates (via email) as soon as possible to be awarded continuing education credits.
Members should plan to complete at least one course per year to have the required credits by the cycle end date April 30, 2025.

January 29th, 2023
10am -1pm PST (Vancouver time) 
Zoom Webinar
3 credits with NMOS

Testimonial: “As a practitioner you encounter clients with a very diverse range of personalities and reasons for changing their behaviours.  Motivation Learning greatly assisted in helping me listen more carefully to the subtleties of how client’s express their concerns, how to relay what they’ve told me back to them in a way that they feel they’ve been heard, and finally how to encourage them (on their terms) how to effectively make the changes that they need to make.” – Christopher Jacobson, DO(ESP), BScZool, DOMP, RMT
February 19, 2023
10am -1pm PST (Vancouver time) 
Zoom Webinar
3 credits with NMOS
February 26, 2023
10am -1pm PST (Vancouver time) 
Zoom Webinar
3 credits with NMOS
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12 credits with NMOS
12 credits with NMOS

12 credits with NMOS
12 credits with NMOS
Craniosacral Therapy 1
April 14-16, 2023
12 credits with NMOS

NMOS emails a list of upcoming courses on the 1st and the 15th of each month. These are courses that the course providers have asked us to share with our members, and we have approved for continuing education credits. If you do not receive these emails, please check your SPAM/JUNK folder.

Because of COVID-19, many companies have opted to transition to online-streaming courses. These are also called webinars, we also call these interactive/live streaming. These are awarded the same credits as live In-person courses. These are awarded 1 credit/1 hour up to a maximum of 12 credits per course.

Online courses that are self-led and self-paced are only awarded at 0.5 credit/hour and can only have a maximum of 3 credits per course and a maximum of 6 credits per cycle.

NMOS only accepts continuing education that is directly related to the 5 modalities of Manual Osteopathy:
Soft Tissue Manipulation, Osteoarticular Technique, Craniosacral Therapy, Visceral Manipulation or Lymphatic Drainage. 

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If you are a course provider, and would like us to evaluate your course for credits, and share with our members, please contact us at [email protected]

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