Meet our Alumni

The ESO’s broad osteopathic programme and outstanding reputation means our graduates are in demand around the world

Osteopathy is a flexible profession and people choose it for a variety of reasons; some specialise in areas such as animal or sports osteopathy while others are looking for a rewarding healthcare career that allows them flexibility in their working life.  Members of our alumni have kindly shared their experiences with us and explained why osteopathy was the right choice for them – to watch/read simply click on an image.

Nathan Allon, Class of 2020

Aude Membribe, Class of 2020

Anastasia Snook, Class of 2020

Lewis Gray, Class of 2017

Tom Fuller, Class of 2017

Inga Allen, Class of 2010

Andrew Allen, Class of 2007

David Kennett, Class of 2003

Christopher Allen, Class of 2003

Careers options – where could osteopathy take you?

Peter Horobin 200

Peter Horobin specialises in sports osteopathy. He has worked with teams at a range of tournaments and, in 2018, was appointed Lead Osteopath at the IAAF World Indoor Championships

Elea Andrews

Eleanor Andrews combines human and animal osteopathy in her practice. She helped develop the ESO animal courses and lectures in the UK and overseas

Paul Sell

After a career in the British Army, Paul Sell decided to retrain as an osteopath. He now lives in New Zealand where he has his own practice, employing four associates

Katie Johnston 200

Katie Johnston balances her passion for osteopathic practice with her interest in pain research.  Alongside private practice, Katie works as part of a GP-referred complementary health team

Pierre Meslet 200

Pierre Meslet practiced in Singapore before setting up his business in London. He was a member of the London Olympic and World Para-Athletic medical teams

Alana Wood

Alana Wood travelled from Canada to the UK to study at the ESO.  Since graduating in 2016, Alana has specialised in paediatric osteopathy at her practice in Belgium