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Osteopathy is fast becoming more well-regarded and popular worldwide due to its distinct approach to healthcare, based on an established system of clinical diagnosis focusing on the structure and function of the body. Osteopathic treatment is varied and can complement other treatments, using a multitude of techniques to restore the homeostatic balance of the body’s systems. In restoring this balance, osteopathy can alleviate pain and discomfort from most parts of the body through hands-on pain management to encourage optimal health and function without using drugs or surgery.

Statutory regulation and qualifications that govern Osteopathy

Osteopathy was the first complimentary healthcare profession to be accorded statutory regulation by the government. Osteopaths are expert primary contact healthcare professionals that have undergone up to five years of training to gain a BSc (Hons) degree or equivalent, and are registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC). The GOsC protects patients by regulating and setting standards for osteopathic education, practice and conduct.