Organisations and Bodies

The General Osteopathic Council (GOsC)

The General Osteopathic Council regulates the practice of osteopathy in the United Kingdom. By law osteopaths must be registered with GoSC in order to practice. You can check that an osteopath is registered here: http://www.osteopathy.org.uk/information/finding-an-osteopath/

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The National Council for Osteopathic Research

NCOR is a research and development body that aims to foster and improve evidence based research, increase research capacity and tools within the osteopathic profession and to raise awareness of osteopathic research findings.

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Training to Become an Osteopath

A list of osteopathy training courses recognised by the General Osteopathic Council.

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Osteopathic Alliance (OA)

The Osteopathic Alliance is the representative body for the UK’s independent postgraduate osteopathic education colleges. The Alliance’s primary objective is to represent and foster the founding philosophy of osteopathy. It is committed also to fostering the breadth and diversity of osteopathic practice, and promoting the highest quality in osteopathic postgraduate education.

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OSCA

OSCA is the UK’s only professional network of osteopaths in sport. They aim to promote osteopathy within a sports care environment and as part of a modern inter-disciplinary team.

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Application for member of council

The responsibility of iO Council is to guide the strategic direction of the organisation, advising and working with the Executive, led by the Chief Executive.

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Role Specification: Members of iO Appointments Committee

Role Specification: Members of iO Appointments Committee

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Terms of reference: iO Appointments Committee

Terms of Reference for the Appointments Committee

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