NAIOMT: The North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy

Achieve Clinical Excellence

Clinical Excellence

Learn from North America's best practicing clinicians in our lab-style courses. Bring your new techniques into the clinic Monday morning.

Become the Expert

Become the Expert

Want to be a master clinician? Then spend time with ours through our Residency and Fellowship Programs.

Clinical Excellence Scientifically Enhanced

Scientifically Enhanced

The true value of research is only realized in the clinic. Let us show you how through applied research combined with an in-depth knowledge of anatomy and biomechanics.

Reach Your Potential

Reach Your Potential

We consider all schools of thought. This eclectic style creates experts in clinical reasoning with a broad set of skills to treat even the most challenging patients.

Stupansky LumbarCon Ed & Certification

A peer-recognized, eclectic and flexible pathway to clinical excellence.  Our lab-style courses will help you with faster evaluations, better hands and disiplined clinical reasoning.  You will learn techniques to implement in the clinic Monday morning. More Info

Orthopedic Clinical Residency

Clinical mentorship and support are crucial in the process of becoming a master clinician. Strengthen your education and experience with the NAIOMT/Andrews University Residency Program. More Info

OMPT Fellowship

Our APTA credentialed program is built for the the working professional and academic to set you on the path to the FAAOMPT and become a master OMPT clinician.  It is self-directed, part-time and flexible and our mentors are unparalleled. More Info

The North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy, Inc. (NAIOMT) is a PT-owned organization dedicated to achieving the highest standards of clinical practice for manual physical therapists. NAIOMT specializes in a flexible teaching program based on methods of safe, efficient and effective manual and manipulative physical therapy. This video tells you a bit about who we are, what we believe in and why we got started.Watch comments from Ann Porter Hoke, Erl Pettman, Cliff Fowler, Diane Lee and Jim Meadows. 

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