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Dec
23

NEW – European Transition Bursary

A new award for eligible EU/EEA and Swiss students, starting their studies with us in September 2021

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Nov
26

ESO Alumnus elected to the iO Council

Congratulations to ESO Alumnus Daniel Collis, the youngest osteopath ever to be elected to the Institute of Osteopathy (iO) Council

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Nov
19

Is working from home a pain in the neck?

Osteopaths have been seeing more patients complaining of musculo-skeletal ailments, stemming from inactivity and home working. Read our blog to find out more

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Oct
20

Trapped Nerve? Read the ESO Clinic Blog

Osteopath and ESO Clinic Tutor Robert Thomas explains why this may not be the cause of your pain, and why complaints should be explored by a health professional

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Oct
20

OsteoMAP – our six-week course for those with chronic musculoskeletal pain – starts November

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.

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Sep
28

The ESO and BCOM to merge

The British College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM) and the European School of Osteopathy (ESO) to merge to become leaders in osteopathic education

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Sep
23

Inspiring the next generation of healthcare professionals

ESO faculty have been inspiring the next generation of healthcare professionals. In partnership with STEM Sussex & the Nuffield Foundation and local academies

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Sep
22

Unsettled Infants – Babies needed for osteopathic research

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).

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