With 333 clinics in over 30 countries, as of now, Osteopathy Chronic Pain Clinics of Canada (www.osteopathypainclinic.com) is the largest privately owned chronic pain clinic in the world.
OCPCC was founded in Canada (September 2017) by Dr Shawn Pourgol, MBA, DC, DO, PhD as a non-profit organization. All income generated by Osteopathy Chronic Pain Clinics of Canada is given to the manual osteopaths who work there. The operational expenses of OCPCC is covered by Dr Pourgol’s three osteopathic schools, the National Academy of Osteopathy Canada, the National University of Medical Sciences (Spain) and the National University of Medical Sciences (USA), which is the first and only school of osteopathic manual practice in the United States.
All manual osteopaths, osteopaths, and osteopathic manual practitioners working at OCPCC clinics have taken the mandatory fellowship program in osteopathy chronic pain management offered by National Academy of Osteopathy Canada. The fellowship program is offered free of charge to OCPCC manual osteopaths.
All OCPCC manual osteopaths receive free membership to the Canadian Union of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners (founded by Dr Pourgol). CUOMP is the first and only osteopathy trade union in the world. Through CUOMP, the Osteopathy Chronic Pain Clinics of Canada has become the preferred provider of manual osteopathic care to union workers and union members across Canada.
OCPCC in such a short time has become the largest provider of manual osteopathic care in Canada, USA and a number of other countries. In Canada and some other countries extended health plan insurers and auto insurers cover manual osteopathic care provided by OCPCC clinics.
In this video Dr Pourgol explains why he founded OCPCC, its history, operations and how this clinic has changed the profession of manual osteopathy by making it known to patients and doctors.
To find an OCPCC clinic near you please visit www.osteopathypainclinics.com. OCPCC clinics exists in many US states such as Washington, Utah, Tennessee, Texas, California and New York. In Canada it has clinics in most Canadian provinces and territories such as Northwest Territories, Ontario, Quebec, Prince Edward Island, British Columbia, Newfoundland and Labrador, Manitoba, Alberta, Nova Scotia and others. In Africa it has locations in Namibia, Morocco, and South Africa (two clinics opened in South Africa this week in East London, Eastern Cape area). In Europe clinics are located in Spain, Czech Republic, Greece, Estonia, Russia, United Kingdom and France. In Asia there are OCPCC clinics in Iran, India, Pakistan, Oman, Israel, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, and Bangladesh. In China our clinic is located within the first ever privately owned hospital.
There are also clinics in Mexico, Trinidad & Tobago, and Bermuda. In Bermuda an OCPCC clinic is located within a five start luxury resort.
Dr Pourgol hopes within the next 10 years to have over 1,000 OCPCC clinics across the world.
Osteopathy does wonders in treating chronic pain secondary to a musculoskeletal condition. OCPCC ensured that the world knows what manual osteopathy is and brought the profession to the main stream ensuring that everyone knows that we are the best providers of care for chronic MSK related pain.
Thank you. for watching this video. If you are interested in learning about manual osteopathy as a career please visit the websites of the three osteopathic schools founded by Dr Pourgol. These three schools are the largest provider of manual osteopathic education in the world with alumni in 72 countries. Most manual osteopaths in English speaking provinces of Canada as well many other countries are graduates of these three schools.
1) NAO Canada: www.nationalacademyofosteopathy.com
2) NUMSS (Spain): www.numss.com
3) NUMSS (USA): www.numss.us