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Recent news and events

How osteopathy helped me in my physiotherapy practice

“I have been practising as a physiotherapist in Egypt for the last 13 years but despite having good results with my patients I felt that my approach was somewhat limited and that I needed a more holistic approach to satisfy my patients’ needs. I found that osteopathy was the answer." ...(more)

What the SPOP course did for me

Vispi Jamooji has been practising as an Osteopath for 30 years and is currently studying the Specialist Paediatric Osteopathic Practice (SPOP) course. He gives the following account of how he came to study osteopathy and how the SPOP course has benefited him. ...(more)

Chapman HIV Charity Cabaret

Gordon Jarvie, BSO patient and supporter, has masterminded an amazing evening of entertainment on Sunday 23rd August. Our first ever cabaret event will involve some fantastic singers, performers and musicians – as well as an auction of some brilliant experiences and ‘money can’t buy’ items. So whether your tastes are for whiskey (a bottle of House of Commons' speakers blend malt whiskey signed by the Speaker the Right Honourable John Bercow MP), wine (a case of vintage wine), football (a Manchester United shirt signed by the team) or TV (a behind-the-scenes visit to a TV studio), you’ll find something to bid for....(more)

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Giving is the best therapy

Last week, we had an action-packed week of fundraising with our annual Golf Day on Thursday 2nd July and the 10K Regent’s Park Run on Sunday 5th July. Both fundraising events went brilliantly and were great fun for everyone who attended. So how did the 10K run go? We spoke to one of our runners and recent graduates, Caroline Lovett, to find out…...(more)

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Running for the community

On Sunday 5th July, a team of enthusiastic BSO runners will be running 10K in Regents Park to raise money for the BSO. The team consisting of staff, students, patients and members of the public, are running to raise money for the BSO’s community clinics which provide free osteopathic care for vulnerable people and for those that need it the most. The money raised will enable us to carry on providing free osteopathic care for babies and children at 1st Place and at our teaching clinic, for the homeless at the Manna Centre, the elderly at Blackfriars Settlement and Lucy Brown House and for people living with HIV infection at our Chapman and Royal Free Hospital clinics....(more)

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