Sunday, 20 August 2017

Our Students - August 2017

National University of Medical Sciences (Spain) students practicing osteopathic techniques in Toronto (Ontario, Canada) under supervision of Dr Shawn Pourgol.






Monday, 7 August 2017

NAO Student Completes the Spartan Super 2017

Congratulations to National Academy of Osteopathy student Carolyn Smith for successfully completing the Spartan super 2017!

Our Degrees Have Been Legalized in Spain

Thank you to National University of Medical Sciences (Spain) student in Switzerland, Dr Maria A. B. Bumidang, MBA, DO for letting us know that within 3 weeks her MBA in Healthcare and Doctor of Osteopathy (DO) degree from NUMSS (Spain) have been legalized in Spain.

The Spanish Embassy (consulate) has now officially endorsed our degrees as valid in Spain. This means our degrees are considered valid across countries that are part of the European Union.
Legalizing a degree is common in some countries when they need to use government services for any reasons. It is not mandatory or required for your degrees to be legalized. It is needed only in a certain situations, for example when you plan to immigrate to another country and want to prove that you have a doctor of osteopathy degree, then legalizing your DO degree is recommended.

Dr Bumidang was kind enough to send us photos of her legalized degrees. 
 



 

Wednesday, 19 July 2017

A Post From Dr Nuzum

World famous natural health expert, American naprapath & osteopath, Dr Daniel Nuzum (from Idaho, USA) is one of our alumni as well as being one of our professors. Dr Nuzum also serves a member of Board of Governors of National University of Medical Sciences. Thank you Dr Nuzum for this kind and beautiful post.

Today I wish to honor my good friend Dr. Shahin Pourgol. He is an amazing Doctor, friend and President of a University. He has impeccable integrity and is always striving to improve himself, his family and his University. Thank you Dr. Pourgol for all that you do for us at both National Academy of Osteopathy and the National University of Medical Sciences!
Dr. Daniel Nuzum
 
 

Saturday, 15 July 2017

Osteopathy in the Caribbean Islands

Did you know most manual osteopaths in the Caribbean islands are our alumni?

We are proud that because of the osteopathic education we provide, most people of the Caribbean islands now have access to osteopathic care, this wonderful miraculous profession that offers one of the best treatments available for chronic pain.

Here is a before/after x-ray of a patient after receiving osteopathic care for neck pain from Christian pastor/naturopath/osteopath, Dr Randy Nagir, one of our alumni in Trinidad & Tobago.

Dr Nagir has two clinics in Trinidad. To make an appointment with him please call Natural Health Clinic at 463-3379 or 399-1152.
 
 

Wednesday, 12 July 2017

Try manual osteopathy before surgery

Dr Mehrdad Darvish an orthopedic surgeon with post specialty fellowship in ankle & foot surgery from Germany is one of our osteopathy students.

In a post published recently, Dr Darvish mentions that since incorporating osteopathic care into his surgical practice, the number of surgeries as well as injections in his practice has decreased which not only decreases risks, surgical complications and pain for patients; it also reduces health care costs.
Osteopathy does wonders in treating chronic pain. Physicians & surgeons can cut a large number of invasive medical procedures by adding osteopathic care to their practices.

Here is the post from Dr Darvish:

I am Dr. Mehrdad Dervish, an orthopedic specialist from the University of Shahid Beheshti in Tehran, and a foot and ankle surgery, fracture and sports injury fellowship from Germany.

From 2012, I became acquainted with the discipline of osteopathy. Osteopathy is very effective in improving chronic pain, and can be very helpful in cases such as chronic low back pain or shoulder pain, and even pelvic and knee pain that do not respond to common treatments.

I use these techniques in my surgical practice to decrease the risk of surgery and its complications on my patients. These techniques can lower the cost of treatments for patients and eliminate potential dangers of surgery, such as infection and bleeding, anesthesia and hospitalization.

Patients are very pleased with osteopathy and even the use of injections have been reduced in my practice in some cases. This method is complementary to orthopedic techniques and is a substitute for more aggressive methods.



Monday, 10 July 2017

Did you know we have alumni in 68 countries including Vietnam?

We have expanded osteopathy to more countries than any other school in the past 140 years. Here is a post from one of our students in Vietnam.

My name is Stéphane Laporte. I live in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. I am a DOMP from NAO and a BSc (O) and DO (Spain) from NUMSS. I am also a Certified Personal Trainer (ACSM) and a Certified Triathlon Coach (ITCA).
To me, finding a recognized school was of primordial importance. The quality of the teaching is primordial. Over the 4 years that I have spent with the National Academy of Osteopathy and the National University of Medical Sciences, I have seen teachers that gave me a strong will to study and some highly skilled professors who would always challenge me to study more. I am now stuck in that routine of self-education, on top of the materials provided by the school, and I love it! I learn everyday more and more fascinating things and feel like I understand the body so much better than I thought. Or more like: I understand how much I didn't understand the human body before.

I enjoyed that the first year, the online videos were posted in a structured daily manner, to ease into this new contemporary way of learning. I enjoyed that the hours were flexible due to the distance learning nature of the program I chose. However, this did not mean less hours of studying at all!

As I went through the program, the videos got better, the fact that you can now send videos of yourself to your teachers for review, the homework given by the professors, the hands on classes, all of this contributes to me feeling proud of studying at NUMSS.

I still have a few hours to do to complete my 1,000 hours of clinical training, but I was lucky enough to have attended many workshops and training in clinics available in my region.

What I didn't expect was very useful business education, how to set up a clinic, how to manage it and cope with the legal aspects of it. It's so important, because once you've graduated, what do you do? You need to have a plan so you can use your talents in real life. If you can't fill up the paperwork to be able to legally work, all those skills you've spent so much time to learn might go to waste. The University makes sure you are not alone, with a strong business education and a solid and hyperactive alumni network.

I have applied for another degree, but have been on waiting list for a year, that's how in-demand NUMSS is.
 
 

Thursday, 29 June 2017

How Can NUMSS Degree be Legalized in Spain?

How to Legalize Your NUMSS Degree in Spain for $700 US

Legalization is the process of authenticating or certifying a document so a foreign country's legal system will recognize it as with full legal effect. Authentication by legalization is widely used in international commerce and civil law matters in those jurisdictions where the simpler apostille system has not been adopted.

Some countries require your degree to be legalized if you with them to accept your degree for whatever reasons you may have that require dealing with the government. For example, if you wish to immigrate to another country, the embassy may need your degree to be legalized.

Legalization is a complex procedure that can be done by yourself (cheaply) or by using a firm (more expensive). Doing it yourself is less expensive but time consuming and involves dealing with a number of agencies.

In Canada, it involves first notarizing the degree, then sending it to Canadian government to confirm the notarizing, and then to Spanish consulate for signature and stamp. To do it yourself costs in Canada about $200. In Spain it would cost about 50 EURO, but it is almost impossible to do it yourself. To do it yourself you must be present personally in Canada or Spain. In Spain the process of doing it yourself is:

1- Certified true copy of the diploma by public notary:
Don Angel Almoguera Gomez
http://www.almogueranotario.com/
2- Notarization by the chamber of notaries: Ilustre Colegio Notarial de Madrid
Dona Maria Eugenia Reviriego Picon
http://notaries-europe.com/spain/madrid/notary-dona-maria-eugenia-reviriego-picon
3- Legalization by the Ministry of Justice
4- Legalization by the Ministry  of Foreign Affairs
5- Authentication by the Embassy/Consulate of the country where the degree is to be used.

Extract from the Spanish government website http://www.exteriores.gob.es/Consulados/MANILA/en/ServiciosConsulares/Pages/Legalizaciones.aspx :
"These shall be legalised by a notary public, in the following order: public notaries, chambers of notaries (see the following list of chambers of notaries in Spain), Ministry of Justice - Legalisations (C/ de la Bolsa, 8 - 28071 Madrid Tel. +34 902 007 214), Legalisations Section of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation (C/ Juan de Mena, 4 – 28071 Madrid. Tel: +34 91 379 16 55), and, finally, at the diplomatic or consular mission, accredited to Spain, of the country in which the document is to take effect."

To use a law firm in Spain would cost about 1,000 EURO. However one of our alumnus used an agency in Spain that cost him only $700 (US) to get the whole process done.

We wish to thank National Academy of Osteopathy & National University of Medical Sciences (Spain) graduate in Vietnam, osteopath Dr Stephane Laporte, DOMP, DO for providing us with this agency’s contact information. By the way Dr Laporte has secured employment in a hospital in Vietnam. He is our second doctor of osteopathy graduate who has gained employment within a hospital.

Dr Laporte used Crown Worldwide https://www.crownworldwide.com/en-us (Daniel Martinez <dmartinez@crownww.com>) as an agent. This is a private company that provides logistic services to clients. 

So, if you need to get your NUMSS (Spain) degree legalized then contact Mr. Daniel Martinez at the email address given above.

Thank you.

Tuesday, 27 June 2017

Our New Board of Governors Member

We are happy to announce that Dr Farjoud Shokouhi, BSc (PT), MBA, DBA, DPT, DO (candidate) has joined us as the new member of National University of Medical Sciences board of governors.

Dr Shokouhi has been instrumental in bringing DPT education to Iran. Under his guidance about 400 physiotherapists have studied DPT at our two universities in Spain and the States and now every province of Iran has DPT graduates. DPT graduates offer better patient care and as a result improve health of society.

Additionally Dr Shokouhi, who is one of the supreme members of the Medical Council of Iran, and also representative of the physiotherapy profession in the Council, was instrumental in changing the scope of practice of physiotherapy profession in Iran this year to include prescribing of limited medications as well as reading x-rays, and providing dry needling (acupuncture) and foot orthotics among other changes.

Dr Shokouhi is affectionately known as the father of DPT in Iran. We are happy this distinguished dedicated physiotherapist (and future osteopath) has joined the Board of Governors of our two universities.

Welcome Dr Shokouhi! We are proud to have you with us.


Sunday, 25 June 2017

Approved Provider of DPT Education to BPA Members

National University of Medical Sciences (Spain) has been chosen as the approved provider of transitional DPT (doctor of physical therapy) education to all members of Bangladesh Physical Therapy Association (BPA) for the next 5 years.

On-Campus DPT Education in Bangladesh for Physiotherapists

The National University of Medical Sciences (Spain) and Bangladesh Physical Therapy Association have worked in the past two years to implement a campus based transitional DPT program in Bangladesh. The first postgraduate class of DPT (doctor of physical therapy) is starting this term in Bangladesh.

NUMSS (Spain) campus based DPT program in Bangladesh is open only to physiotherapists who are members of the Bangladesh Physical Therapy Association. Our online DPT program is open to all other physiotherapists.

For information on how to register for the on-campus doctor of physical therapy program of National University of Medical Sciences (Spain) please contact Dr. Farid Uddin, the secretary general of Bangladesh Physical Therapy Association at info@bd-bpa.org or Phone: 01712-081578.

Registration for the on-campus DPT program is done only through Bangladesh Physical Therapy Association.

Professor Ali Irani, President of Indian Association of Physiotherapists

Our professor, Dr Ali Irani, PhD (SM), PhD (ABMD), DPT, who is also president of the Indian Association of Physiotherapists (IAP), giving speech at the National University of Medical Sciences DPT graduation ceremony. 


Saturday, 24 June 2017

DPT Education in India by NUMSS (USA)

DPT Education in India for Physiotherapists

Qualified physiotherapists in India have the option of taking the postgraduate DPT (Doctor of Physical Therapy) program of National University of Medical Sciences (USA) through online or on-campus education in Mumbai.

The on-campus DPT program is open only to those physiotherapists who are members of the Indian Association of Physiotherapists (IAP). The online DPT program is open to all physiotherapists.

To request information about on-campus program please contact NUMSS (USA) Professor Dr Ali Irani, PhD (SM), PhD (ABMD), DPT president of the Indian Association of Physiotherapists (IAP), at Dr.Irani@numss.us . Dr Irani is in charge of coordinating the campus based transitional DPT program in Mumbai (India). For the online program contact the university directly at admissions@numss.us.

Physiotherapists with a bachelor’s degree in physiotherapy can complete the online or on-campus DPT program in two years. Those with a master’s degree or equivalent in physiotherapy can complete the program in 1 year.

Tuition is $3,850 per semester ($7,700 per year). Tuition is same for online and on-campus programs. Scholarships are provided to qualified students excelling in first semester towards tuition fees of the second semester.

Paid clinical internship at a number of hospitals in Mumbai is available for selected qualified Indian physiotherapists who are members of the Indian Association of Physiotherapists.
To view the DPT curriculum please click on:
http://www.numss.us/course/postgraduate-doctor-of-physical-therapy-program-tdpt/

NUMSS (USA) is registered with the Department of States (Florida, USA) on March 02, 2016. Its license has been renewed by the Secretary of States on February 28, 2017. The registration number of NUMSS (USA) with the Department of States of Florida is P16000020575.

NUMSS (USA) post professional DPT students in India are eligible to join the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) as international members for annual membership fee of $50.

Indian students who are residents of Canada are eligible to receive tuition and textbooks tax credit from the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) as NUMSS (USA) is accepted as a foreign university by the Canadian government.

Indian students who reside in the United States of America are eligible to use the expenses associated with obtaining NUMSS (USA) DPT degree to reduce business income tax. In most other countries NUMSS (USA) tuition can also be used as business expenses to lower business tax.
To read more about the DPT program of NUMSS (USA) in India please visit: http://www.numss.us/academic-program/numss-india/
 

Friday, 23 June 2017

Migraine Gone After 18 Years!

Migraine gone after 18 years with osteopathic care after all other therapies failed!

Osteopathy does miracles in treating chronic pain. No other profession is as effective in treating chronic pain as osteopathy.

Here is a testimonial from a patient that was treated by manual osteopath Trevor Cragg (a graduate of National Academy of Osteopathy, and current student of the doctor of osteopathy (DO) program of National University of Medical Sciences. Trevor practices in Uxbridge, Ontario at Balanced Body Osteopathy (https://www.facebook.com/BalancedBodyOsteopathy). 

Here is the testimonial:
As a sufferer of severe migraines for over 18 years, I had tried pretty much everything in search of finding pain relief. From traditional medicine to massage, chiropractor, acupuncture, reike, reflexology, diets, homeopathic medicine, and bowen. Over the last few years the migraines had increased in frequency of up to three times per week with a soaring pain scale that left me in bed, feeling debilitated and unable to do anything. I was desperate to find something to relieve this pain. Just before hearing about Trevor, I was sent to another neurologist who, after reading my file, decided I needed to go on anti-seizure medication. This is something I did not want to do and I was feeling hopeless. A co-worker and her husband both recommended I go see Trevor Cragg at Balanced Body Osteopathy. Since osteopathy was something I had never tried before I was ready to give it a shot. Within the first few treatments that I had with Trevor, I felt a substantial amount of change and relief from pain. Over the course of my cranial treatments, Trevor released all of the tension in the back my neck and made gentle corrections to my cranial structure. After each treatment, I noticed major improvements and the overall intensity of my migraines drastically decreased. After 18 years of pain, I am now finally gaining my life back and am on no medication whatsoever. My only regret is that I wish I had gone to see him sooner. Thank you Trevor for caring, explaining and answering all my questions along the way. I highly recommend anyone, who experiences migraines or has had any type of head trauma, to seek cranial treatments from Trevor. It has made a world of difference for me. Thank you Trevor.
Lisa Black, RVT

Thursday, 22 June 2017

Happy World Osteopathy Day!

We truly believe that every person, in every corner of the world should have access to osteopathic care, this wonderful, miraculous health care.

It was always our mission to expand osteopathy worldwide. We are happy to say that through the educational work of National Academy of Osteopathy (Canada), National University of Medical Sciences (Spain) and National University of Medical Sciences (USA) osteopathy has been expanded to many countries, some for the first time, like Island of Brunei and Tanzania. 

We now have alumni in 68 countries, and have introduced osteopathy even to Alaska,Yukon and Northwest Territories!

Checking NUMSS (Spain) registration with the Government of Spain

How can NUMSS (Spain) registration with the government of Spain be confirmed?

Interested individuals who wish to get confirmation from the Registro Mercantil de Madrid of Registradores de Espana of the Spanish government that National University of Medical Sciences (Spain) in indeed registered with them can do an online serach vy using the government website at:

http://www.registradores.org
 
There is a charge of 5 EURO per search and you must open an account with the government and use either a credit card or Paypal to pay the 5 EURO.

The website would provide detail information on NUMSS (Spain) registration. We have attached the following two pages that shoe exactly what the information is on the Government of Spain website.


Wednesday, 21 June 2017

How to Check NUMSS (USA) Government Registration in Florida?

How can NUMSS (USA) registration with the Florida government be confirmed?

Interested individuals who wish to get confirmation from the Department of States of Florida (USA) that National University of Medical Sciences (USA) in indeed registered with them can do so free of charge by using the following government website:


Once in the website please enter National University of Medical Sciences registration tracking number: CC5084243591

The website would tell you if NUMSS (USA) registration is valid or not. It also shows you a copy of the registration for you to download free of charge.
 
 

Monday, 12 June 2017

Meet NUMSS Graduate: Alyssa Rab, MSc (AT)

Athletic therapist, Alyssa Rab, MSc (AT) is a recent graduate of the master of science in athletic therapy program of National University of Medical Sciences (Spain). Alyssa practices in Provost, Alberta (Canada). Her services include:

🔹Sport specific training programs to enhance your sport performance
🔹Individualized programs to reach your own fitness goals, including weight loss
🔹Small group fitness training
🔹Hands on Manual Therapy to decrease pain, improve mobility and get you active again!
🔷Strengthening and conditioning programs for return to activity and prevention after injuries

If you need an athletic therapist in Alberta you can reach her at: alyssarabwellness@gmail.com
Or 1-780-753-4247. 
 

 

Saturday, 10 June 2017

Texas Student Writes About NUMSS

A post by American athlete, personal trainer and osteopathic manual practitioner, Chaynade Knowles (from Texas), an alumna of National Academy of Osteopathy and National University of Medical Sciences (Spain):

“So it has been a long road. I graduated with my diploma from NAO in 2015 and will be now graduating with my doctorate from NUMSS. ……….. Manual osteopathy is my field and it is what I love to do…………………..I chose NAO and then jumped right into NUMSS, and I do not regret a thing. These school s while young are growing like wild fire and I am so excited to have been there for the beginning years. If you are looking for a school of well rounded students, with people that want to learn and teachers that have a passion for teaching then check them out.
So I say goodbye to Chaynade Knowles and say hello to Chaynade Knowles Doctor of Osteopathy of Spain, Manual Practitioner.”

Thursday, 8 June 2017

Wednesday, 7 June 2017

Two New Faculty Members

Our students, Shannon Uppington and Jackelyn Hurtado have joined our faculty as teaching assistants to help us supervise the next practical technique classes being held in August.

The next practical technique class will be our largest ever. We will have 5 instructors (and 5 assistants) available to our online students during the practical classes.
 
 

Tuesday, 6 June 2017

Our New Faculty Members

Our students, registered massage therapist Rachel Orr, and physiotherapist Elias A. Ahad have joined our faculty as teaching assistants to help us supervise the next practical technique classes being held in August.

The next practical technique class will be our largest ever. We will have 4 instructors available to our online students during the practical class. 
 

 

Saturday, 3 June 2017

A Big Thanks to the President of Indian Association of Physiotherapists

We wish to thank Dr Ali Irani, PhD (SM), PhD (ABMD), DPT president of the Indian Association of Physiotherapists for representing National University of Medical Sciences (Spain) during our first graduation ceremony in Tehran.

Dr Irani is an honorary DPT holder of NUMSS (Spain) as well as being one of its professors. We are honoured to have Professor Irani as a faculty member. 
 
 

Thursday, 1 June 2017

Graduation Day Speech


Here is a link to Dr. Pourgol's graduation day speech (in Farsi) to our DPT students in Iran who attended the NUMSS (Spain) graduation day ceremony in Tehran.


NUMSS Cake!

This is the cake that was made for our first graduation ceremony of DPT (doctor of physical therapy) program of National University of Medical Sciences (Spain) in Iran.

Looks delicious! 
 
 

Tuesday, 30 May 2017

Certified Translation of NUMSS Degrees

Graduates of National University of Medical Sciences who wish to get a certified translation of their degrees should contact:

Ms. Madonna Antonio
Translation Agency of Ontario
http://taontario.ca
(647) 985-7174
(343) 700-0324
agency@taontario.ca

The cost is $110.74 (Canadian). They provide official certified translation to almost all languages of the world.

Sunday, 28 May 2017

Main Provider of tDPT Education in Bangladesh

Academic Cooperation Between Bangladesh Physical Therapy Association & NUMSS (Spain)

The National University of Medical Sciences (Spain) and Bangladesh Physical Therapy Association (BPTA) have worked in the past two years to implement a campus based tDPT program in Bangladesh. The first postgraduate class of DPT (doctor of physical therapy) is starting this term in Bangladesh.

The tDPT education has become mandatory for BPTA members and in the next five years all physiotherapist members are required to obtain a tDPT degree, similar to the requirements of American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) in the states.
As NUMSS (Spain) is the largest provider of tDPT education in Europe & Asia, we have been asked by BPTA to provide this education to its members.

We are excited to be accepted as an accredited provider of tDPT education by Bangladesh Physical Therapy Association. Our goal is to help elevate the profession of physiotherapy in BD and improve the health of society there.

Please note that in 2017 the name of Bangladesh Physiotherapy Association (BPA) has been officially changed to Bangladesh Physical Therapy Association (BPTA).

Saturday, 27 May 2017

Another Research Paper by Dr Bordoni

Board of Governors member of National University of Medical Sciences, Italian physiotherapist & osteopath, Dr Bruno Bordoni, DPT, DO, who is the most published osteopathic researcher in the world has released another paper that has been published in the International Journal of Cardiopulmonary Medicine & Rehabilitation. The paper is called:

Depression, anxiety and chronic pain in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: the influence of breath

You can download the PDF article at:

Friday, 26 May 2017

NUMSS DO Student Writes to Dr Pourgol


A letter from Michaela Von Pfetten, DOMP:

Dear Dr. Pourgol,

Thank you again, for everything. Your lectures and instructions have been motivating and inspirational. The great atmosphere on campus carried and encouraged me. Everyone is always friendly and humorous, helpful, understanding and kind.

I appreciate your dedication to us, your students, tremendously. Whenever I had questions or concerns, you were available. Your business lectures are invaluable and truly priceless and I have been following them from day one.

I am honoured and happy to continue my studies with the DO program. The students I know who are also taking the DO program have only the best things to say about it. I am excited!

I think it was on the first or second lecture that you encouraged us to make a vision board. I made mine right away and the biggest picture was a print out of you and a former student, holding his diploma. One day, I knew, I was going to replace that picture with one of you and me, and my diploma. Mission accomplished, Sir!

There is a proverb along the lines of "people forget what you said to them but they will never forget how you made them feel" (or similar). With you, dear Dr. Pourgol, I will never forget the things you said, and I will never forget how you made me feel: You made me feel that I can do it! And so I did!

With gratitude and a big smile,

Michaela
 
 

Thursday, 25 May 2017

NUMSS (Spain) Graduation day in Tehran

We wish to congratulate all Iranian DPT graduates of National University of Medical Sciences (Spain) who have studied hard to become doctors of physical therapy in Iran.

We know how hard it was for you, against all odds to successfully complete the program. We thank you for it and we are so proud of you all.

A big thanks also to Dr Farjoud Shokouhi, our first DPT graduate in Iran, who is a supreme member of the Medical Council of Iran, for organizing the graduation ceremony in Tehran.
 



 

Thursday, 18 May 2017

NUMSS New Physiology Teacher



National University of Medical Sciences is adding new physiology lectures to its curriculum.
Physician & manual osteopath, Dr Ernest Geid, MD, DOMP (a graduate of National Academy of Osteopathy) is now teaching new physiology lectures at NUMSS.


Wednesday, 17 May 2017

The First Doctoral Degree in Animal Osteopathy


We are in the process of setting up a doctorate program in canine and equine osteopathy at National University of Medical Sciences (Spain) and National University of Medical Sciences (USA).
Even though there are 1000s of manual osteopaths and chiropractors who provide care to animals, there has not been a doctoral level education available to them.
The program will be available only to health professionals.
We will provide more information soon.

Congratulations to Dr Bordoni, a member of our board of directors


Italian physiotherapist & osteopath, Dr Bruno Bordoni, DPT, DO, a member of board of directors of National University of Medical Sciences (Spain) and National University of Medical Sciences (USA) has done a research that is now published and available on Pubmed.
Dr Bordoni is one of the top researchers in the field of osteopathy and has published more osteopathy related articles than anyone else.

Friday, 12 May 2017

Do You Love Osteopathy?

Then you should join the "We Love Osteopathy" group! With 16,750 members this group founded by our president, Dr Shahin Pourgol is the largest osteopathy group in the world.
https://www.facebook.com/groups/weloveosteopathy/
 
If you are interested in osteopathy related research, then visit the "Osteopathy Related Research & Science" also set up by Dr Pourgol.
https://www.facebook.com/osteopathicresearch/
 
It is now over one year since Dr Pourgol has founded National University of Medical Sciences (USA) in Naples, Florida on March 2016.

It was said that it could never be done. To have a university teaching osteopathic manual practice in the states.

We are now officially the first and only university in history teaching osteopathic manual practice in the states.

Our graduates are now working as osteopathic manual practitioners across the US and 67 other countries. Malpractice insurance rate of our graduates are about $160 per year in the states.
We could not have done this without your support. Thank you all for supporting your university.

Thursday, 11 May 2017

A Beautiful Letter From an Iranian DPT Student

A beautiful letter from one of NUMSS (Spain) Iranian students Dr Ali Seyedan who is a student of our doctor of physical therapy (DPT) program:

دکترپورگل عزیزسلام وقت بخیر همانطورکه میدانید من دانشجوی ترم دوم DPT دانشگاه شماهستم که درایران شهرساری زندگی میکنم...خواستم یکباردیگه ازشماتشکر ویژه ای کنم بخاطرزحماتی که میکشیدوهمچنین این امکان رو فراهم کردید بسیاری ازهمکارانی که مشتاق ارتقاء سطح علمیشان هستن بتوانندبه خواسته شان برسند...من خودم شخصا ازاین بابت بسیارخوشحالم وواقعا ازیادگرفتن دروس وتکنیکهایی که بصورت فیلم دراختیارما قرار داده اید لذت میبرم وبابکارگیری آنها روی بیمارانم توانسته ام نتایج خوبی بگیرم... بخصوص لازم به ذکراست نحوه ی آموزش شما که باحوصله تکرارمطالب وقدرت بیانی که دارید بسیارمفیدبوده ویادگیری رابرای ما راحت کرده است. بهترین آرزوها را برایتان خواهانم همواره شادوسلامت وبرقرار باشید... درضمن خانم من وخانواده ایشان رشتی هستند وکاملا مرحوم استادپدر بزرگوارتون را میشناسند...! روحشان شادویادشان گرامی... 
 
 
 

Wednesday, 10 May 2017

A Happy Professor

Why am I the happiest teacher in the world?

Because I have the best students in the world! Students who listen to my business lectures, then implement what I teach to become successful.

Including osteopath, Ann Shivas, DOMP, from Montreal, a past member of the National Soccer Team of Canada, who this week celebrated her birthday in Paris, France! And this is what she wrote me after I wished her a happy birthday:

"Thank you Dr. Wouldn't have been able to go without your business lectures! :) "

Shahin Pourgol, MBA, DC, DO, PhD
Manual Osteopath