All osteopaths undergo a minimum of four years undergraduate training to degree level. They must also complete 1000 supervised clinical hours in the college clinic before qualification. Osteopaths are regulated by the General Osteopathic Council (GOSC). All osteopaths must be registered with them and meet strict fitness to practice criteria. In addition, osteopaths must also complete annual continued professional development in order to remain registered.
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Osteopathy is a manual (hands-on) therapy working with the muscles, joints and ligaments of the whole body to alleviate pain and injury, and to improve function in these areas. Osteopaths are best known for treating back and neck pain but we are able to treat all areas of the body.
Osteopathy can help all ages from birth to later life. It is gentle and always tailored to the person and not to their condition. They are also able to offer lifestyle and exercise for management and prevention of conditions. Osteopathy can help