Osteopathy and Education

Brad McCutcheon

Curriculum Vitae

Education, experience, quality

Brad McCutcheon M.Sc. (Ost), Dip(SIM), Dip (MT), WC (Hons), MT, D.O.M.P., D.Sc.O.
Started teaching in 1996, has taught for Kikkawa College in Toronto, Wellington College in Winnipeg, Western College of Massage Therapies in Regina, Northumberland College in Halifax, Canadian College of Osteopathy, Suisse International College of Osteopathy, Deutches Osteopathie Kollege in Germany, Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy, and Georgian College in Barrie.  
Currently teaching Cranial Manipulation in Winnipeg, and the Role of the Artery in Poland, Vancouver and Italy. 
Taught Clinical Assessment at Georgian College in Barrie, ON.
Keynote Speaker at 2005 Neurology and Neuroscience Conference in Port Credit
Keynote Speaker at Muscles in Motion Conference in Winnipeg and Regina in 1998, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2007, 2008, 2010
Curriculum development Kikkawa College 1996-2000
Curriculum Development Canadian College of Osteopathy 2003-2015
First Principal of the Canadian College of Osteopathy Toronto 2006-2015
Founder of the Canadian College of Osteopathy in Winnipeg 2009.

Education:
University of Guelph Degree in Human Biology
Sheridan College Diploma in Sports Injury Management
Kikkawa College of Massage Therapy Diploma
Canadian College of Osteopathy D.O.M.P., D.Sc.O.
University of Greenwich Masters in Osteopathy M.Sc. (Ost)
Honoris Causa Wellington College Winnipeg


Publications:
Journal of Soft Tissue Manipulation 1998, 1999
Journale Precisement, 2003
Russian Journal of Osteopathy 2018
Featured in the new book "Osteopaths, the philosophy, the spirit, and the art of Osteopathy" 2016
Peer Editor of the International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine since 2006