The College of Massage Therapists of Ontario, the organization entrusted by government and the public of Ontario to regulate the nearly 10,000 massage therapists in the province, was distressed to hear of the alleged abuse of a 15 year old female by an individual claiming to provide massage therapy. The College clarifies for the public that Sedat Ozdemir is not a registered massage therapist in Ontario.
Darren Stevens, MT of District 3 has been elected to Council. Alois Nikodym, MT of District 4 has been elected to Council. Nancy Engstrom, MT of District 8 has been elected to Council.
November Meeting: The work of the Consortium of Massage Therapy Regulators on inter-jurisdictional competencies continued in Toronto November 27th to 29th. The project is on track and on schedule. The … Read More
HCAI (“Health Claims for Auto Insurance”) is an electronic platform for the transmission of key claims forms between health professionals and auto insurance companies. HCAI was operational between April 2007 … Read More
A message from Ministry of Health
Personal Health Information Management and Privacy 4th Annual PHIPA Summit November 26&27, 2009 Toronto Marriott Bloor Yorkville Toronto, Ontario CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS Deadline for Submission: 5:00 p.m., Friday August 21, … Read More
Holistic Health Research Postcard
This communication is being sent by the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario on behalf of the principle groups representing the key interests of the Registered Massage Therapists: the College … Read More
Position statement on practicing massage therapy on animals.
The College has been updating its member database to comply with changes that come into effect on June 4 2009 to the Regulated Health Professions Act, 1991 and the College’s … Read More