So, what exactly happens when a nerve gets ‘trapped’? Osteopath and ESO Clinic Tutor Robert Thomas explains the cause and how osteopathy may help
ESO faculty have been inspiring the next generation of healthcare professionals. In partnership with STEM Sussex & the Nuffield Foundation and local academies
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).
The sun was shining for the start of our 2020/21 academic year, as we were joined at Boxley House by new starters and returning students. This year has, by necessity, been different to the norm with essential social distancing, one way systems and sanitisers in place to help keep our whole community safe. We’ve also […]
The term ‘Sciatica’ is commonly used for any pain going into one or both legs. Strictly speaking it describes symptoms involving the ‘sciatic nerve’, one of the largest and longest nerves in the body, hence its pathway into the leg and sometimes foot. ESO Clinic Tutor & Ambassador Robert Thomas explains more.
We asked ESO Clinic Tutor and Ambassador Robert Thomas what drew him to osteopathy and how his career has developed since qualifying as an osteopath. Can you tell us a bit about you and your background I’d always been fascinated by the human body and mind so decided to study Philosophy and Psychology at Nottingham […]