Differences between osteopathy chiropractic and physiotherapy : Rohan Osteopathy Posts
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Osteopaths are trained to recognise and treat a number of causes of pain and dysfunction and all osteopaths are recognised under the auspices of the `Osteopaths Act` (1993). Further information relating to how osteopaths treat patients, the philosophy behind treatment, and also what to expect when visiting an osteopath can be found in our FAQs section. More information is also available on the osteopathic information pages or you can phone me to discuss any aspects of treatment on  01491-838866 
Rohan Iswariah D.O. is a fully trained osteopath, registered with the General Osteopathic Council since its inauguration in May 2000. I gained my qualification from  The British School Of Osteopathy  in 1983 and have been in full time practice treating all age groups for a wide range of conditions ever since. All osteopaths are required to undertake regular development and continuing training (CPD). 
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Differences between osteopathy chiropractic and physiotherapy

by rohan iswariah on 10/20/18

This is one of the most frequently asked questions asked by patients over the phone and also at a first consultation. It is a difficult question to answer succinctly but the link shown here from NCOR ( National Council for Osteopathic Research ) is interesting as it looks at what each profession says about itself and also summarises the information provided by the professional body for each group.



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Ivy Cottage
Chapel Lane
Benson
Wallingford
Oxfordshire
OX10 6LU