After you Graduate
Osteopathy is a flexible career and depending on the osteopath’s preferences, their patients and day-to-day activities could vary considerably. Those who like sports related conditions may work closely with sports teams providing pitch side support, whilst those with an interest in care of the elderly or mothers and babies may well be clinic based, working closely with other healthcare specialists. After graduation it’s common for osteopaths to continue to develop their expertise by undertaking further study, building on what they have learned as part of the the undergraduate programme.
Life in Practice
Osteopathy offers a flexible career – find out what to expect from practice life
Career Options – Meet Our Alumni
ESO graduates can be found practising around the world – find out where your career could take you