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Osteopathy in Portugal

News - New regulation found after the CAMbrella deliveries:

05.02.2015
Portugal passed on September 2, 2013 new regulations on Osteopathy. Read more Standards of osteopathic practice in Portugal are set by ACSS (Central Administration of Health System) in the Governmental order: Portaria Nº 207-B-2014 (pdf) (320), See also: www.forewards.eu/regulation/portugal


Notice! All text below is copied from the CAMbrella report - delivered Dec 31, 2012
 

Since 2003 Osteopathy treatment has been regulated by the Portuguese Law No 45/2003 of 22 August 2003 on the provision of non-conventional therapies (231).

Detailed regulation of Osteopathy was approved by Resolution No 64/2003 (235). Osteopathy regulation is included in the tasks for the Official Portuguese Government / State Inter-Ministerial Commission to Study and Propose the Regulation of Osteopathy (Law 45 / 2003 - Conjunct Dispatch nº 261 / 2005; - Resolution of the Portuguese Parliament for Osteopathy nº 64 / 2003) (235).

Sources

231. Portuguese Law No 45/2003 of 22 august 2003 on the provision of non-conventional therapies: Project of law No 263/IX (for framing the base of the non-conventional medicines) and Project of law No 27/IX (Legal procedures of the non-conventional therapies). Assembleia da República(2003).

235. The Assembly of the Republic of Portugal. The Official Portuguese Government / State Inter-Ministerial Commission to Study and Propose the Regulation of Osteopathy (Law 45 / 2003 -Conjunct Dispatch nº 261 / 2005; – Resolution of the Assembly of the Republic No. 64/2003 of 15 July 2003 on the regulation of osteopathy. (Diário da República, Part I-A, 28 July 2003, No. 172, p. 4389)
2003 [cited 2012 March 2012]; Available from: http://www.osteopathy.org/find-anosteopath/Augusto-Henriques-RuaViscondedeSeabra.

320. Diário da República, 1.ª série — N.º 194 — 8 de outubro de 2014 Governmental order establishing the characterization and content of the osteopathic profession, (2013).

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