12 Jul NAO Graduate Refers Daughter
Posted at 16:50h in News
Registered manual osteopath Elizabeth Felix, DOMP, RMO who practices in Harriston, Ontario is a National Academy of Osteopathy graduate and a member of the College of Registered Manual Osteopaths. She is so happy with her education that she referred her daughter to study osteopathy at NAO. Referring a family member is the utmost show of trust and happiness in what NAO offers. Here is her letter:
“Dr. Pourgol; I just wanted to say thank you.
My daughter, Emma is a student at NAO, she loves it. She practices on my patients and they’ve been very impressed with her skill and knowledge.
Emma is also autistic, actually, she was none verbal until around seven years old. The pediatrician said she, when asked what I could expect her life to be, replied she would have to live in a group home… You wouldn’t know it today though. She’s so incredibly talented. The sky truly is the limit.
Anyway, I wanted to thank you because I don’t know if she would have gotten this opportunity elsewhere. Working as a manual osteopath increases her earning potential and her quality of life. She will be independent and will one day take over the business. Which, by the way is thriving. I have a three months waitlist and patients that drive from St. Catherine’s, Oakville, Hamilton, Guelph and Collingwood to see us!
I want to share Emma’s story because honestly anything is possible. I’m so grateful to NAO not only for Emma’s opportunities but for mine, my business grew exponentially and I now get referrals from physicians.
Thank you again!
PS. 50 percent of my patient base is on cash basis as you recommended!”
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