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Brad McCutcheon M.sc. (Ost), D.O.M.P.

Clinical Director Toronto and Winnipeg Campus

Brad McCutcheon: Attended the University of Guelph for a degree in Exercise Physiology, Sheridan College for a Diploma in Sports Injury Management, Kikkawa College for a Diploma in Massage Therapy and the Canadian College of Osteopathy for a Doctorate in Osteopathic Manual Practice. Brad completed a certificate course in Adult Education in 1999. Brad was awarded the William Garner Sutherland Award for Excellence in clinical research from the CCO in 2003. READ MORE »

Darcy Nikkel M.T., D.O.M.P., D.Sc.O.

Clinical Supervisor

Darcy is a graduate of the Toronto Campus of the CCO. Her thesis on thermal diagnosis has given her a broad outlook on the assessment skills required for Osteopathy. She will look after the clinical supervision in Winnipeg and has a private practice in Winnipeg. READ MORE »

Jane Stark B.Sc. D.O.M.P., M.S.

Director of Research Toronto and Winnipeg Campuses

Jane Eliza Stark is a 2003 graduate of the Canadian College of Osteopathy (CCO), where upon graduation she received the Andrew Taylor Still Award for the most representative thesis on the advancement of osteopathy in philosophical or sociological research. READ MORE »

Philippe Druelle D.O.

Founder and President

Philippe Druelle D.O.has devoted his life to the promotion of Traditional Osteopathy in Europe and North America. Philippe Druelle, DO completed studies at the Manual Therapy Association and the Atman College in Paris in 1979. In 1980, he received his certificate in Cranial Osteopathy, also in Paris. In 1983 he submitted his osteopathic thesis, The Atlas and Occlusion . He received a Diploma Honoris Causa in Namur, Belgium in 1988. He began post-graduate work in Quebec in 1988. He received a Dipoma Honoris Causa in 2001 from the Osteopathic Institute of Argentina READ MORE »

Tara Drew, PhD D.O.M.P.

Director of Education Toronto and Winnipeg Campuses

Tara attended Queen’s University at Kingston, obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy in 1989, under the ROTP program with the Canadian Armed Forces. She worked as a Physiotherapist Officer until 1994, and was the first active military therapist to be certified in acupuncture with the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute. In 1994, Tara retired as a Captain to civilian private practice. READ MORE »