Ontario Council of Drugless Osteopathy is a non-profit organization devoted to maintaining high standards of practice amongst all osteopathic professionals within Ontario. Our mission is to work together to create safe and effective treatment environments for both the public and osteopathic practitioners.
The OCDO will do this by enforcing its bylaws, code of ethics, and education requirements.
Our motto is: health in hands, working together!
Members of the OCDO have met either Type 1 or Type 2 training programs as set out by the World Health Organization. We do not accept graduates from online manual osteopathic training programs. To become an active member of the Ontario Council of Drugless Osteopathy (OCDO), applicants must meet specific criteria: Read more about the full requirements here!
OCDO members must continue to meet the OCDO requirements by keeping up to date with their continuing education, maintaining liability insurance, updated police record checks, first aid certification and complying with ethical standards of the board.
Extended Health Benefits Providers can verify Members here.
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