Ashley Davids – Part-time student
Jenny joined the London School of Osteopathy with a background in dance and movement A longstanding back injury led to her moving into osteopathy as a career later in life. Jenny is now running a successful osteopathic practice in Shoreham.
Since graduating from the LSO in 2006 Jenny has been working as an osteopath in a variety of roles. Her first position on graduating was as a locum osteopath in a busy practice seeing 14 patients a day! Something that her training at the LSO more than prepared her for.
Gayle graduated from the LSO and is now working as an Osteopath at Align Osteopathy.
“Having gone the vocational route through education I had never attended university and from the very first week, I enjoyed the stimulation of the higher-level of education with a friendly down to earth team that made me feel very comfortable asking questions that I may have otherwise been too intimidated to ask.”
“Everyone knows one another whether you are a student or a member of the academic or clinical staff. Here you aren’t simply another student number.”
Since graduating from the LSO Alistair has gone on to set up his own clinic with another recent graduate from the college also working at the clinic.
Alena Minkina graduate
” I am very grateful to all the support I have received at LSO throughout the whole 5 years I’ve been studying. Coming from Belarus, English is my second language but I’ve been fully supported during my 5 years at the LSO. I’ve been treated as an equal, with respect and attention In fact studying has been a very healing experience for me all together.”
Robert Grech - 2010 Graduate
“The LSO brings you some of the best lecturers within a professional, yet non intimidating environment. The teaching clinic is run like clockwork and the input you get from the supervisors is invaluable. In times of doubt and struggle, I had always found a helping hand at the LSO and student welfare is definitely high on the agenda. ”
“Being able to gain practical hands on experience from the first year has been a huge positive for me. I think if I’d had to wait until the second or third year of studies I would have started to become apprehensive about working in the clinic.”