We are delighted to share an announcement from the Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy, which outlines a shorter version of their Module 2 Osteopathy in the Cranial Field Course, open to graduates of the ESO: “The SCCO is delighted to partner with the ESO, recognising the advanced level of cranial teaching offered by the ESO […]
Congratulations to the ESO Class of 2015. Our graduation ceremony, held at the beautiful All Saints church on 9th July, was once again a truly international occasion, with M.Ost graduands receiving their awards alongside students from our international partners schools, the Russian Academy of Osteopathic Medicine and Moscow School of Osteopathy. Also presented were the […]
In support of Carers Week 2015, the ESO Clinic has launched Care for Carers, a three month offer that enables carers to receive an initial consultation and ongoing treatments at a reduced price. £16 for first consultation £14 for subsequent treatments The offer is open to new and existing patients who are either in receipt […]
To help communicate the importance of osteopathic care, the Clinic will be providing free spinal healthchecks through a series of walk-in clinics taking place during International Osteopathic Healthcare Week (19-25 April). These 10-15 minute checks will be undertaken by our qualified osteopathic tutors, observed by a small group of student practitioners. If a full consultation […]
We are delighted to welcome such influential speakers to Boxley for our International Conference – for the conference programme and to book your place, please visit our Postgraduate Events section or for further information contact Corinne Jones, International & Postgraduate Manager (email@example.com) .
The European School of Osteopathy is proud to announce that its Animal Osteopathy postgraduate programmes (specialising in equine and canine care) have been approved at a University of Greenwich panel event. Following a few amendments to documentation, final approval of the Postgraduate Certificate, Postgraduate Diploma and Master’s Degree is expected in Spring 2015. The School […]
Another first for ESO! On the 11th of December, Katie Johnston presented to the British Medical Ultra Sound Society (BMUS), her research on the possible linkage of patient-perceived pain in the temperomandibular joint (TMJ) with the width of the TMJ assessed via ultra sound. This work was initially undertaken as her undergraduate research dissertation from 2013. She […]