Sunday 14th April 2019 sees the start of International Osteopathic Healthcare Week – a campaign to highlight the level of care and expertise osteopaths provide. You can help raise awareness by sharing social media posts with the hashtags #DIDYOUKNOW #OsteopathyforHealth #IOHW19 Healthcare professionals can also join in the campaign by displaying posters and sharing social […]
Would you like to contribute to Parkinson’s research? If you are aged 50-85 years old – healthy or with Parkinson’s – then you could take part in this joint research study. To find out more please contact Anna Ferrusola-Pastrana at the University of Kent on 01634 888903 or email A.Ferrusola-Pastrana@kent.ac.uk.
FREE New Patient / Re-Consultation appointments* during Yr4 student exams Back, neck or joint pain? Minor sports injury? If you or someone you know has a condition that may benefit from osteopathic treatment now is the time to book. These new patient consultations are with our Year 4 student practitioners and form part of […]
We are delighted to announce new dates for our Animal Osteopathy Stage I courses. These weekday courses will be delivered in a new consolidated format over the following dates:- July: Tuesday 23rd, Wednesday 24th, Thursday 25th August: Tuesday 6th, Wednesday 7th, Tuesday 27th, Wednesday 28th, Thursday 29th As equine and canine pathways will run concurrently, […]
The World Heath Organisation recognises the Osteopathic 5-Model Concept as making a unique contribution to health care. One of the models, the respiratory/circulatory (or fluid) model, is often under-represented in UK formal osteopathic education, despite being important to much of A.T. Stills’s teaching and writing and being an effective treatment approach to tissue dysfunction. Fluids […]
Celebrating 40 years at 104 Tonbridge Road July 1979 saw a defining moment in the School’s history with the official opening of our first independent premises at 104 Tonbridge Road. This summer we’ll be celebrating the 40th anniversary in style with a Gala event at our Boxley House campus. The Gala promises to be a […]
With Maidstone and London marathon events coming up, we asked Peter Horobin, an ESO Clinic tutor and sports specialist, about common injuries he sees at this time of year As runners are building up the miles the number of patients presenting with ‘runners knee’s’, ‘IT-Band’ problems and achilles tendon issues goes up. ‘Shin splints’ are […]
John Barkworth, an ESO Trustee of some 30 years, stepped down from the Board in November of this year. John has been associated with the ESO since 1974. He graduated from the British College of Naturopathy and Osteopathy (BCNO, later to become BCOM) in 1972. Within two years he was working with the ESO […]