We are delighted to announce that Her Royal Highness Princess Eugenie of York is now Royal Patron of the European School of Osteopathy. Princess Eugenie’s interest in musculoskeletal healthcare has been long standing, following back surgery that Her Royal Highness underwent at the age of 12 to correct a scoliosis condition. As a result of […]
We are delighted to now offer a Women’s Health clinic at the ESO, led by senior clinic tutor Michael Pye. Michael has a keen interest in women’s health and has studied at post graduate level to further his skill and experience in this field. He was fortunate to have studied with and been mentored by […]
Have you been suffering with persistent musculoskeletal pain for over 6 months? We are currently recruiting patients to take part in a 6-week course of treatment at the ESO Clinic. The course (OsteoMAP) combines osteopathic treatment with mindfulness-based exercises and home practice – it aims to give patients a better understanding of their pain […]
Our students and faculty did a fantastic job representing the School, and osteopathy, at the Heart of Kent Hospice 25km charity walk on 9th October. Around one hundred walkers took part in the event and over a third chose to take advantage of a free leg massage, courtesy of the ESO. Feedback from the organisers and the […]
3rd-8th October is Back Care Awareness Week and this year the campaign focuses on Caring for Carers. Carers are often exposed to higher than usual levels of physical and emotional stress, which puts their own health at risk. The national charity Back Pain is working to help raise awareness of the issues they face and provides […]
Please note: Our current 6-week Osteomap course (commencing 4th October 2016) is now fully subscribed. If you would like to be considered for future courses please email email@example.com or call 01622 685989. Have you been suffering with persistent musculoskeletal pain for over 6 months? We are currently recruiting patients to take part in an innovative 6-week […]
If you, or someone close to you, has been affected by stroke and would like to be actively engaged in improving movement then help is at hand. From September, the ESO will be providing a stroke rehabilitation programme at our Boxley site, run by a qualified rehabilitator as a group exercise session. All participants will receive regular health checks as part […]
The ESO was proud to support Parkinson’s UK at the 2016 London Marathon. Thirteen of our student practitioners, along with 2 ESO Clinic tutors, volunteered to provide runners with post race massage at the Strand Palace Hotel – an exciting and rewarding experience for all involved. More information about Parkinson’s UK is available on their website www.parkinsons.org.uk.