Our association represents Manual Osteopathic therapists only. Our members are highly qualified practitioners who have obtained Type 2 training in accordance to the WHO guidelines. Type 2 programs have been developed for those with previous healthcare training, and offers a minimum of 1000 hours of education from recognized manual osteopathic schools.
While we are located in Alberta, we represent manual osteopathic therapists nationwide. Our members enjoy the freedom of traveling and working within the provinces and territories throughout Canada. This removes the hassle of joining new associations in each province.
The insurance that is offered exclusively to NMOS members is one of the best policies in the industry.
Membership fees are due on your anniversary date.
We provide membership options for those actively working in the industry through our Active membership category and for those who no longer work or require insurance coverage through our Inactive category.
We also have an Honorary membership that is bestowed by the board upon any member or non-member who has by meritorious service supported NMOS and its objectives.