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Ken Allego, RMT, D.O.M.P., D.Sc.O.
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Ken Allego, RMT, D.O.M.P., D.Sc.O.

Ken Allego graduated from the Canadian College of Osteopathy in 2015. He was also awarded the Andrew Taylor Still award for excellence in philosophical research in 2015 for his thesis titled “Edgar Cayce’s Connection to Osteopathy and his View on the Influence of the Soul on Diseases”. In addition to practicing osteopathy and massage therapy, Ken is an Emei Qigong practitioner focusing on a system of Zen healing that promotes strong physical health, emotional balance and spiritual enlightenment.

Tajinder K. Deoora, D.O. (Hons), Dip Phyt, MSc, FSCCO
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Tajinder K. Deoora, D.O. (Hons), Dip Phyt, MSc, FSCCO

Tajinder K. Deoora graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 1983. She obtained her MSc in clinical neuroscience and immunology from the University of Surrey in 1999. She is the author of “Healing Through Cranial Osteopathy” and co-author of “Fundamental Osteopathic Techniques”. Taj lectures internationally mostly on paediatrics and immunology and is a faculty fellow of the SCCO. She is currently enjoying her great-niece and very large peonies that she cultivated two years ago.

Philippe Druelle, D.O., D.Sc.O.
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Philippe Druelle, D.O., D.Sc.O.

Philippe Druelle, D.O. earned his bachelor of science degree in 1968 and then continued with studies at a School of Physiotherapy, graduating in 1973. He earned his initial diploma in osteopathy in 1979, followed by his national diploma in osteopathy from Atman College in France. Always interested in natural medicine, Philippe has also studied traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture, and homeopathy. Philippe founded the Canadian College of Osteopathy in Toronto in 1991. He later established the Canadian Foundation for Education and Research in Osteopathy (FCERO), dedicated to developing treatments for young children with disabilities. Philippe continues to lecture internationally and to promote the advancement of osteopathy.

Harry D. Friedman, D.O., FAAO
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Harry D. Friedman, D.O., FAAO

Dr. Friedman is a fellow of the American Academy of Osteopathy, a specialist who employs a multi-disciplinary approach to pain management and integrative wellness medicine. He graduated from Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1988, did a rotating internship at Michiana Community Hospital in South Bend, IN and a combined residency in osteopathic manipulative medicine and family medicine at Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine from 1988-1990. He received board certification from ABSPOMM in 1991. He is a member of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons of California.

Dr. Friedman teaches internationally and has helped to establish osteopathic programs around the world. He is the co-founder of San Francisco International Manual Medicine Society (SFIMMS) and has written numerous books on osteopathic techniques including functional methods and a set of 4 instructional teaching manuals on counterstrain, myofascial, functional and cranial approaches in osteopathic manipulative medicine (www.sfimms.com).

Michael Greer, RMT, D.O.M.P.
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Michael Greer, RMT, D.O.M.P.

Michael is a graduate of the Collège d’Études Ostéopathiques (CEO - Halifax campus) and has a general practice in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. Michael uses a variety of techniques in his practice, but has a particular interest in the indirect techniques of osteopathy and in approaches, both within and outside of osteopathy, that help him identify and remove obstacles to health with his patients. Michael is an assistant teacher with the CEO - Halifax campus.

René Pelletier, PhD, D.O. (Qc)
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René Pelletier, PhD, D.O. (Qc)

René Pelletier recently completed his PhD In Rehabilitation Science from the Université de Montréal Faculty of Medicine. Prior to that, René graduated in the Exercise Science program (Athletic Therapy specialization) at Concordia University where he graduated with distinction and was a part time faculty member in the same department from 1993-1998. René graduated from the Collège d’Études Ostéopathiques de Montréal in 1998 where he received the Louisa Burns award for his thesis dissertation. René has been a professor at the CEO and CCO colleges across Canada and at the SICO in Switzerland between 1998-2013. René was president of the Executive Committee of the College d’Études Ostéopathiques de Montréal from 2006 to 2012. He received the A.T. Still award for his exceptional commitment for the promotion and advancement of osteopathy.

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