Lee Jarvis, Graduate, Nursing Background
I graduated from the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy in 2013. I wanted to become an osteopathic manual practitioner because I had some really good experience with other osteopathic manual therapists already working in the field. Everything could be explained rationally, it made a lot of sense. I saw the good that they could do essentially, right away. To anyone interested in coming into the CAO, you should know that because of the excellent training you get, you’re gonna have great results. Of course, this training is very difficult. You’re trained very intensely, very rigorously, but the results are really undeniable. It’s everything you wanted and sometimes a lot more than you ever expected. It’s important to understand that it’s a lot of hard work, but at the same time, it’s completely worth it.