Building careers, transforming lives
Every day, over 30,000 people visit an osteopath for help with a variety of conditions including joint or muscular pain, sports injuries, digestive and neuromuscular conditions, recurring headaches and more. Many of the osteopaths they see have trained with the London School of Osteopathy.
Known for our excellence in osteopathic training, we have been welcoming students from the UK and beyond since 1948. While some people join us straight from school, many are seeking to build on the experience they have gained in a related career such as personal training or physiotherapy, while others are seeking a total career change.
What unites all our students is the goal of becoming an osteopath. Whether you choose to study on a full-time basis or prefer the flexibility of our part-time courses, we will equip you with the qualifications and experience you need to take on a professional role immediately after graduating. Of our 47 graduates from 2015 – 2017, all but two are currently registered and practising as osteopaths.
We offer a friendly and inclusive approach to teaching, and achieve high standards. As well as classroom-based learning, you will benefit from at least 1,000 hours of hands-on experience in our East London osteopathic clinic, giving you the skills and confidence you will need when you start your new career.
All our courses are validated by the Anglia Ruskin University, and accredited by the General Osteopathic Council. Our 2018 accreditation inspection resulted in unconditional approval