An Overview of NUMSS Admissions to Master of Science in Pedorthics – MSc (P) Program
Thank you for your interest in the one year full time (2 semesters) online on-demand pedorthics degree program of National University of Medical Sciences (NUMSS). Our Admissions department is eager to help you in any way we can. We invite you to contact NUMSS and ask us any questions you may have. All pedorthics classes are online & in English. The lectures are available on-demand online through internet or they may be watched on a TV screen by using an optional portable hard drive that could be shipped to students. Students are also required to perform practical work (plaster casting, foam casting, building orthotics, etc) at their own time, expense and place.
Why Study Pedorthics?
Many of the largest Canadian extended health plan insurers (including Manulife, Sun Life Insurance Company of Canada & Blue Cross Insurance Company of Canada) no longer cover custom made foot orthotics & orthopedic shoes if dispensed by chiropractors, physiotherapists, registered massage therapists and osteopaths. However they will continue covering orthotic footwear if dispensed by pedorthists.Health professionals who provide orthotics to their patients should consider becoming a pedorthist so they could continue to orthotics footwear to their patients who are in need of these services.
Why Choose to Study Pedorthics at NUMSS?
The prerequisite to enter the Master of Science in Pedorthics MSc (Ped) program is having a bachelor’s degree. If you do not possess a bachelor’s degree you may enroll in the Bachelor of Science in osteopathy degree offered by National University of Medical Sciences. The MSc (Ped) program can be taken concurrently with the Bachelor of Science in Osteopathy BSc (Ost) or the other programs offered by NUMSS.
|1st Year (1st semester)||1st Year (2nd semester)|
|Gait Biomechanics and Anatomy of the Lower Limb||Footwear Modification|
|Pathomechanics and Pedorthic Footcare||Theory in Foot Orthoses|
|Diagnosis and Assessments||Pedorthic Patient Assessment|
|Auxiliary Osteopathic Therapy: Orthodics and Casting|