ABOUT ANTONIO COLASURDO
Antonio M. Colasurdo is Registered as an Osteopath with the Canadian Association of Therapists in Complementary Medicine (ACTMD), Board Certified as a Manual Osteopath with the American Association of Natural Wellness Practitioners (AANWP), and holds Fellowship status with the Osteopathy Chronic Pain Clinics of Canada (OCPCC).
He specializes in Human Biomechanics, Chronic Pain Management, Prehab and Performance Care, and in Wellness Counselling. Antonio is driven to deliver exceptional osteopathic care in order to help both men and women decrease acute and chronic pain, improve range of motion and mobility, and increase overall quality of life, as much as possible.
His passion for helping people led Antonio to pursue a Doctor of Osteopathy degree at the National University of Medical Sciences of Spain (NUMSS), which he is completing; a professional Diploma in Osteopathic Manual Practice at the National Academy of Osteopathy (NAO); a professional diploma as a Naturopath N.D. at the Advanced Naturopathy Institute of Montreal (ANIM); among 20+ other professional diplomas and certifications. Antonio has completed his 1000hr supervised residency internship program in Manual Osteopathy, with a specialization in Chronic Pain Management; he has published three different research thesis’, and he plans to pursue a PhD in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation after he completes his clinical doctorate.
National University of Medical Sciences (In Progress)
– Doctor of Osteopathy Degree
– Bachelor of Science in Osteopathy Degree
National Academy of Osteopathy
– Diploma in Osteopathic Manual Practice
– Osteopathic Clinical Internship (1000 Supervised Hours)
Advanced Naturopathy Institute of Montreal
– Naturopath N.D. Diploma
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Osteopathic Physicians are registrants of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Antonio Colasurdo is not a physician and thus, he is not a registrant of the College of Physicians and Surgeons. Only a physician may, in the practice of his profession, make a medical diagnosis and establish a medical treatment to be respected. Antonio Colasurdo and the advice provided does not replace the recommendations made by a professional recognized by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Quebec.