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First Aid Training

We are delighted to now offer a full range of first aid courses at the ESO, including:- First Aid at Work Emergency First Aid at Work Emergency First Aid at Work for Healthcare Practitioners Paediatric First Aid Short/refresher courses: Basic life support and Anaphylaxis / Basic life support and safe use of an Automated External […]

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Animal Programmes – New April intake

We are delighted to announce a second intake for our postgraduate Animal Osteopathy programmes – students can now choose to begin their studies in April, or in September if they prefer.  Our animal programmes are designed specifically with the working osteopath in mind and our flexible pathways mean you can choose the level of study that suits you:-   […]

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Therapeutic Counselling Service

We are delighted to offer a therapeutic counselling service as part of our new Integrative Health Suite.  The counselling service is run by Jacqui White, a qualified independent counsellor with ten years’ experience of helping adults and young people cope with mental health conditions and life changing events, affecting both them and their families.  The service […]

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Adverse Events study published

  The ESO research team ended 2015 on a high, with the publication of an Adverse Events article in the European Journal of Integrative Medicine. Between 21st December and 8th February, the article can be accessed in full by following the link  This has been a hugely successful year for ESO research and our congratulations go to […]

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More good news for ESO Ultrasound Research

ESO graduate Katie Johnston has been invited to enter the British Medical Ultrasound Society (BMUS) competition for the award of best paper in the Ultrasound journal by a postgraduate student.  This follows an article published in Ultrasound relating to her undergraduate research work: Temporomandibular joint effusion and its relationship with perceived disability assessed using musculoskeletal ultrasound and a […]

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Research Department: Success for ESO graduates

We are delighted that the ESO Research Department has enjoyed more success this summer, with osteopathic research accepted for publication:   Osteopathic educators’ attitudes towards osteopathic principles and their application in clinical practice: A qualitative enquiry Manual Therapy (doi: 10.1016/j.math.2015.09.003) Hannah Kasiri-Martino, Phil Bright   Reporting patterns and predictors of common minor adverse events following osteopathic treatment: […]

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AT Still’s Lost Techniques – CPD – unique teaching format

FOR THE 1ST TIME IN EUROPE! The Real Still Exaggeration Technique & OMM Workshop on Classical Osteopathy 26-28 February 2016 Presented by Dr Jerry Dickey & Christian Fossum DO Supported by John Lewis DO Dr Sharon Gustowski Dr Turner Slicho   Based on Still’s original exaggeration techniques that were ‘lost’ in the early 20th century, Christian Fossum, one of Europe’s most […]

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Cranial osteopathy – ESO programme recognised by SCCO

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 […]

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