The College of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners of Ontario (COMPO) is a self-governing body, established by the osteopathic manual practice profession (not the Ontario government) to supervise osteopathic manual practitioners in Ontario in the public interest. COMPO is not a regulated health college as defined by the Regulated Health Professions Act of Ontario and it is not a member of the Federation of Regulatory Health Colleges of Ontario. Membership is COMPO is voluntary.
COMPO is committed to improving the health and well-being of people of Ontario by informing the public and assuring them of competent and ethical osteopathic manual practice care.
COMPO examines, registers and supervises the osteopathic manual practice profession on a voluntary basis.
COMPO sets requirements for entry to the osteopathic manual practice profession, registers osteopathic manual practitioners, sets standards of practice and guidelines for professional practice, monitors competence through a quality assurance program, investigates complaints against osteopathic manual practitioners who are its members and disciplines those members who have committed acts of professional misconduct or who are incompetent or incapacitated.