Combining osteopathic treatment with mindfulness-based exercises – to give patients a better understanding of their pain so they can return to a more flexible, fulfilling way to live life.
Our exciting collaborative research study, CUTIES, will relaunch this October; this is an international research project looking at the effect of osteopathic intervention on babies who are unsettled, distressed and cry excessively (often referred to as babies with colic or silent reflux).
The term ‘Sciatica’ is commonly used for any pain going into one or both legs. Strictly speaking it describes symptoms involving the ‘sciatic nerve’, one of the largest and longest nerves in the body, hence its pathway into the leg and sometimes foot. ESO Clinic Tutor & Ambassador Robert Thomas explains more.
Congratulations to the Class of 2020! #ESOGrad2020 After 4 years of intensive study, the Class of 2020 have now achieved their goal of becoming qualified osteopathic practitioners. ESO Principal, Ian Fraser, congratulated our newest Alumni, saying: “While recent disruption couldn’t have been planned for, I have no doubt your resilience and application through all the years […]
The European School of Osteopathy is proud to be joining Kent Cricket and Shepherd Neame as official supporters of ‘The Rainbow Run’ – in support of the Kent Hospitals Charities’ COVID-19 appeals. The money raised by this event will primarily be used to support the physical and emotional well-being of hospital staff. You can choose […]