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Recent news and events

Sporty child? Consider our Paediatric Clinic!

Ethan* is a typical 8 year old who enjoys sports and playing with his friends at lunchtime collecting the odd bumps and bruises here and there. Here his mum, Justine* recounts details of Ethan’s first visit to the BSO’s Paediatric Clinic:...(more)

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Expanding our children’s clinics

The British School of Osteopathy has provided specialist clinics for children for over fifty years. At the beginning of 2015, we ended charges for children attending our clinics – making all appointments for babies and children completely free of charge. We are delighted to be in a position now to expand our provision with a new children’s clinic on Saturday mornings....(more)

In memory of Paul Blanchard 1964 - 2016

We are very sorry to have to let you know of the sad death of Paul Blanchard, who passed away unexpectedly on 5 May 2016. Paul has been a real presence at the BSO, and his loss has been a shock to everyone – staff, students, alumni and patients. We know that he was very highly regarded by everyone here, and that we will miss him greatly....(more)

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How running the marathon helps the homeless

We were very proud of second year student, Adele Sharp, who ran the Virgin Giving London Marathon on behalf of the British School of Osteopathy on Sunday 24 April 2016. Her fundraising efforts have already raised vital funds for the BSO’s community clinics. One of these community clinics is the Manna Clinic....(more)

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Running the marathon!

We are excited to announce that second year M.Ost student, Adele Sharp, will be running the London marathon on behalf of the BSO on Sunday 24 April....(more)

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