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Our commitment to helping people who are homeless

The British School of Osteopathy has a long history of providing free osteopathic healthcare to people who are homeless - so are very unhappy to be associated with an unfortunate decision to install studs at the entrance to the private flats above. ...(more)

Supporting our cyclists

We have recently been lucky enough to receive funding from Transport for London through Cross River Partnership in association with Better Bankside to upgrade our bike storage facilities. We were granted funds to install 35 semi-vertical bike racks into the bike shed at Borough High Street and an additional 8 Sheffield Stands in the carpark. This has made a huge improvement to our bike storage facilities and increased the spaces available by 20. ...(more)

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Room Naming In Honour of Derrick Edwards

As many of you know will know, Derrick Edwards passed away on the 18th March this year. Derrick was a very important part of the BSO's success; his knowledge and expertise in education helped the school move from a diploma course to degree level training, helping osteopathy gain the recognition that is has today....(more)

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Celebrating the birthday of Dr Alan Diamond OBE

On Friday 23 May 2014 we were delighted to welcome an illustrious group of friends to our clinic, to celebrate the birthday of our generous supporter, Dr Alan Diamond OBE. The party included Jerrold Bennett, Gary Blaker, Peter Brown, Lord Clement-Jones, Oliver Dearlove, Robin Griffiths, Nick Jordan, Jonathan Kropman, Adrian Reeve, Antony Robson, Daron Smith and Harvey Soning. Osteopaths Julian Winer, Gerry Gajadharsingh and our Principal Charles Hunt were also part of the gathering....(more)

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Focus on Blackfriars Settlement

Back in April, we opened the doors to our latest community clinic at the Blackfriars Settlement. Blackfriars Settlement is a registered charity based in London SE1 for over 125 years that aims to create and provide community services and support. We share a patron in HRH The Princess Royal, who recently opened the new community centre from which our clinic will be based....(more)

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