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Osteopathy for All: 1st Place Children's Centre

Many people believe osteopathy is only suitable for adults. They imagine injured rugby players, older people with joint pain and perhaps officer workers suffering from a ‘bad back’. However, babies and young children can also suffer from various musculo-skeletal conditions....(more)

World AIDS Day 2014

World AIDS Day 2014 is on Monday 1st December and is an opportunity for people all over the world to unite in the fight against HIV, to show their support for people living with HIV and to commemorate people who have died. At the British School of Osteopathy we run two weekly clinics specialising in treating patients with HIV and AIDS. The Chapman Clinic runs three times a week in our Southwark-based teaching clinic. We also run a weekly clinic at The Royal Free Hospital’s Ian Charleson Day Centre in north-west London, which is generously supported by the Peter Moores Foundation....(more)

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Graduate Profile: Robert Burge

Robert (or Bob as many of you may know him) graduated from the BSO in 1964 and has since had a diverse and unique career, including working as a tutor in our clinic. ...(more)

Posted By: Sarah McLaughlin | Tags: osteopathy, graduate, alumni, career, profession, sports, sport injuries, cricket | Comments (0)

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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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)

Posted By: Sarah McLaughlin | Tags: osteopathy, performing arts, dance, circus, aerialist, actor, musician | Comments (0)