ESO Alumnus elected to the iO Council
Many congratulations to Daniel Collis, who has just been elected to the Institute of Osteopathy (iO) Council.
Daniel graduated from the ESO in 2019 and has since chosen to practice in two very different clinics; a sports specialist clinic in central London, treating top level athletes and performing artists, alongside a rural practice in Thetford, Norfolk, where he is helping generations of families to keep fit and healthy. He is now helping to shape the future of the profession.
“I was honoured to be elected as the youngest ever Institute of Osteopathy Council member last week.
As a recent graduate of the ESO I’ve had amazing opportunities to work with a wide variety of patients; but I’ve also been keen to help and represent other recent graduates to grow and advance the osteopathic profession. Therefore, I’m extremely excited to get started in this role and I hope I can bring a unique perspective and bring along my experiences and skills learnt from my time at the ESO.”
CEO, Ian Fraser, welcomed Daniel’s achievement, saying “It’s great to see our graduates achieving so much in the profession. The iO Council represents members’ views and interests and sets the Institute’s strategic direction. Daniel’s appointment will, I’m sure, bring fresh ideas and perspectives to this. It really does demonstrate the range of opportunities out there for osteopaths, including new graduates.”
Congratulations again Daniel from everyone at the ESO