This page is for testing the registration process. Created January 27, 2018 to test adding a maternity leave pay option to registrations.
NOTE: Membership registration for the upcoming year takes place between December 1 and January 31. Registering in December is for the upcoming year. Registering in January is for the current year. Registering any time between February 1 and November 30 is for the current year but results in a late fee.
IMPORTANT: If you are currently or have previously been a member, please log in and renew instead of using this form.
Currently registered as a member in good standing by a Canadian Provincial Physiotherapy Regulatory College as defined by the Canadian Alliance of Physiotherapy Regulators.
A member in good standing of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA) and a member of the Orthopaedic Division of the CPA
Canadian training programme applicants must be graduates of:
The Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy from the Orthopaedic Division of the CPA.
The Master of Clinical Science in Manipulative Therapy degree from the University of Western Ontario.
The Masters course-based option in the Rehabilitation Science Program from McMaster University.
Graduate Certificate in Orthopaedic Manipulative Physical Therapy Program from the University of British Columbia.
International programme graduates must demonstrate they have met all the requirements for Fellowship in the IFOMPT member organization (MO) of the country in which they received their OMPT training. This may be demonstrated by either:
A copy of a valid certificate of Fellowship in the MO OR;
A letter from the executive of the MO certifying the candidate as having met all the requirements for Fellowship in the MO
It is the responsibility of the internationally trained candidate for Fellowship to obtain all required documentation and forward it along with a letter of application to the Secretary of CAMPT.
Successfully completing an IFOMPT MO's recognized educational program may not suffice. The applicant may be required to be a member of the country's National Association and/or be licensed to practice in the country. Please contact the MO directly and not CAMPT for inquiries about the necessary requirements.
Once the member has reciprocal recognition i.e. FCAMPT and holds this in good standing aligning with all of FCAMPT's policies then in 1 year they will no longer be required to also hold their original MO credentialing policies in good standing in order to continue to hold their FCAMPT certification.