Year 5 Overview

The fifth year offers all of the most technically challenging courses of the program. Fifth year students are challenged to develop their skills to a level of excellence that we believe makes our graduates the most skilled and most educated new graduates in the world.

OAoPO believes that if a student has reached the fifth year, then the student has more than demonstrated his/her ability to perform at a high level. Therefore, Year 5 is about consolidating and perfecting skills, as well as personalizing each student’s own individual approach. The emphasis of the year is on honing and perfecting clinical skills and developing a high level of anatomical and physiological knowledge.

We highly recommend that students choose a specialty program to pursue by the time they reach the end of their fifth year.

Material/Suggested Readings:

All materials and books are provided in our online classroom. Almost all material for the duration of 5 years will be provided in an online format as to enable students access dozens of resources and materials whenever they need to.

Course Evaluation:

Class Participation – 25%

Exam – 50%

Practical – 15%

Tests/Quizzes/Projects – 10%

Courses:

Osteo 501

Osteo 502

Osteo 503

Osteo 504

Osteo 505

Osteo 506

Osteo 507

Osteo 508

Osteo 509

Observation Requirements:

25 – 30 hours Minimum

Fifth Years are expected to be in the Student Clinic as student practitioners and will be assisting the Second and Third Year students. They may work on patients or oversee the other student practitioners for credit. They will also run Student Lab practice sessions for additional clinical hours.

Online Course Content:

40+ Hours

Costs:

Yearly total amounts to $10,500.00

Payment per course available amounting to $1,100.00

Payment Plans available on an individual basis. See more in our FAQs

Class Times

Thursday + Friday – 10am to 6pm

Saturday + Sunday – 9am to 5pm

Location:

201-542 Mt. Pleasant Road, Toronto, ON, M4S 2M7

EXAM:

June 2020

Office Hours:

By appointment only, please use the contact information below to arrange a meeting.

Contact Information:

Email: Info@progressiveosteopathy.ca

Phone: 647.728.2967