Despite a steadily-expanding presence in Europe, Osteopathic manual therapy did not become firmly established in Canada until the early 1980s.


Outside of Canada

Osteopathy has developed to the point where it is now widely recognized throughout the world as one of the most scientifically validated and effective complementary therapies.

The United States abandoned Traditional Biodynamic Osteopathy, or Manual Osteopathy, evolving instead towards the practice of mainstream medicine and surgery.  Manual Osteopathy is widely practiced and recognized throughout the UK, continental Europe, Asia, Australia, New Zealand and parts of Canada. The World Health Organization recognizes the Osteopathic concept as being scientifically proven, the British Medical Association recognizes Osteopathy as a discrete medical discipline, and Osteopaths are statutorily registered practitioners in many European countries and Australia where they are recognized as primary care practitioners.


Please visit Canadian Federation of Osteopaths 

Saskatchewan visit Saskatchewan Association of Osteopaths/Osteopathic Manual Practitioners

All members of the Saskatchewan Association of Osteopaths/Osteopathic Manual Practitioners are required to concurrently hold an Affiliate membership with the Ontario Association of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners.


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