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Graduate Profile: Karolin Krell

A career in osteopathy can be extremely rewarding. There are lots of opportunities outside of the realms of standard practice and many of our graduates go on to travel the globe as osteopaths....(more)

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The Mercers' Company continues to support our clinics for older people

We are delighted to announce that the Mercers' Company has generously made a donation of £10,000 to be used to fund our clinics for older people. The Mercers’ Company is one of the 110 Livery Companies of the City of London. The Company and its associated charitable trusts makes substantial grants to support education, general welfare, church and faith and arts and heritage. They are long-term supporters of the BSO's community clinics and have, over the years, made significant donations that have enabled countless individuals to benefit from free osteopathic treatment....(more)

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Performing Arts and Osteopathy

Dancing and performing can often put a lot of strain on the body as you are involved in rigorous and repetitive training. We spoke to PanicLab founder Clara Giraud about her experiences of injuries and staying fit whilst involved in performance....(more)

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Lecture Series: Understanding Pain

This autumn, the BSO are hosting four one-day lectures on Understanding Pain from a Clinician's Perspective as part of our MSc Osteopathy programme. The days will be held on 13th September, 11th October, 8th November and 14th December 2014 and it is advisable that you attend all four days to gain a comprehensive and well-rounded view of the topic....(more)

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Changes to appointment prices

From 1st August 2014, our prices will be changing. The BSO is a registered charity and we are committed to providing affordable osteopathic care for the community. As such, our appointments are 30-80% cheaper than other private London osteopaths. The money we raise from clinic and donations also goes towards running clinics for vulnerable people in London, including people with HIV/AIDS, pregnant women, children, and the homeless....(more)

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