Admission requirements

Admission requirements

Admission requirements


Definition of Osteopathy

Osteopathic treatment are aimed at restoring and preserving the balance between structure and function within the different systems of the human body.

This specialty is defined by its global approach, which allows for an evaluation of the mechanical and functional systems as well as posture.  Osteopathic treatments involve specific manual maneuvers based on the results of this assessment.

Because Osteopathy addresses the functional pathologies, it utilizes and recognizes the need for a medical evaluation to establish the eventual organicism of the existing pathology.

RITMA requires that the applicant possess an equivalence diploma or have successfully completed a training in osteopathic studies.

RITMA association encourages continuing education for its members, who may benefit from industry improvements and new skills or techniques, in order to remain at the top of their profession.  Keep in mind that every additional class or course taken in any alternative medicine discipline may be considered when calculating your total number of hours for contimung education.