The General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) regulates the practice of osteopathy in the UK. All osteopaths must be registered with the GOsC by law in order to practise osteopathy.
Undergraduate osteopathic students follow a 4 or 5-year degree course combining academic and clinical work. Qualification generally takes the form of a bachelor’s degree in osteopathy – a BSc (Hons), BOst or BOstMed. Many osteopaths continue their studies after graduating.
Osteopaths are required to maintain and update their training throughout their professional lives. They are required to complete at least 30 hours of continuing professional development (CPD) per year.
Jane Easty gained her Osteopathic Diploma in 1982 at the British School of Osteopathy, London, following a 4-year full-time course. The British School of Osteopathy obtained degree recognition for the course in Osteopathy in 1989 creating the BSc (Ost).
“The improvement in my movement has been achieved as a result of the depth of knowledge and skill that Jane brings to the treatments. My knees, ankles and shoulders have been painful for many years as a result of falls but are now so much better. Thank you.”
|Monday||8.30 am - 7.30 pm|
|Tuesday||8.15 am - 6.00 pm|
|Wednesday||8.30 am - 2.00 pm|
|Friday||8.15 am - 6.30 pm|