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BSO Outreach: Pilot Scheme Launches in East London

The British School of Osteopathy (BSO) is delighted to announce the launch of a new pilot scheme to provide osteopathy for patients of the Bethnal Green Health Centre in east London. From 14 January onwards, the BSO will run a weekly osteopathy clinic at the centre on Wednesday afternoons. Treatment will be provided in two treatment rooms by two teams of final year BSO osteopathy degree students, supervised by an experienced tutor who is a fully qualified osteopath....(more)

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BSO Wins "Let's Do It" Community Award

The BSO became the proud winner of a Let’s Do It community award on Wednesday 21 January 2009, also receiving a cheque for £500 towards the cost of a new computer for its busy clinical centre. The annual Let’s Do It awards are run by the South London Press newspaper group, and sponsored by Barclays bank. Charities in the Lewisham, Lambeth, Southwark, Greenwich and Wandsworth boroughs of south east London are invited to enter and apply for money towards equipment and activities....(more)

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BSO Outreach: Clinics at Darwin Court and Lucy Brown House

Following recognition of the BSO’ s work to make osteopathy accessible to everyone, such as its recent “Let’s Do It” community award, we here profile the work of two of its outreach clinics, which are aimed at providing treatment for older people. “I’ve been coming for treatment for back pain for several weeks now. I picked up a leaflet about it from the reception desk and I’m pleased I did. I feel the benefit when I’ve had a treatment: I’m always more mobile when I come out. I’ve also introduced another lady who has been suffering with her neck. It’s a good service: it’s free, and they are a very nice, friendly team.” Annie, 82, a patient at the BSO’s outreach osteopathy clinic at Darwin Court....(more)

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BSO Wins CAM Award

The British School of Osteopathy (BSO) was delighted to win the Outstanding Service to the Community award at the first-ever CAM Awards, held in central London on 28 March 2009. Organised by CAM (Complementary and Alternative Medicine) magazine, the awards ceremony followed a one-day continuing education CAM conference on obesity and weight management at the University of Westminster. Speakers included osteopath Leon Chaitow ND, DO who is an honorary Fellow of the University. He has been a visiting lecturer at numerous chiropractic, physiotherapy, osteopathic and naturopathic schools in Europe, USA and Canada and has written and edited over 70 books....(more)

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BSO Outreach: East Street Clinic

Following recognition of the BSO’ s work to make osteopathy accessible to everyone, such as its recent CAM award for outstanding services to the community we here profile the work of one of its outreach clinics, which is based in the East Street GP surgery in Southwark. “Working at the BSO’s East Street clinic has made me more aware about the patient as a whole person, someone with a life outside the osteopathy treatment room. It has made me more aware of the general population as a whole; not just the people who often come for osteopathy for back pain. At East Street, we see people with multiple health problems – they have been hurting for a long time, and there are lots of reasons why they are hurting.” David Lasnet, BSO student....(more)

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