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Classical Osteopathy Podcast

Institute of Classical Osteopathy - www.classical-osteopathy.org
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The Institute of Classical Osteopathy is an international post-graduate education charity inaugurated in 1954. Its purpose was to bring together in one body, those members of the osteopathic profession who were prepared to interpret and apply osteopathy as it was laid down by early pioneering osteopaths in the US and the UK, most notably A.T. Still and John Martin Littlejohn whilst integrating these values with modern ongoing scientific discovery. Visit us and find out more at www.classical-osteopathy.org

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This is an interview where Alex, Diego and I discuss vitality, that inner force that we, as osteopaths harness to help patients through the recovery process.   As ever Alex and Diego make some really interesting points about helping patients recover ... more

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Near the end of a fun, productive weekend in Dublin, Diego and myself interview Paul Mazzucco. Paul came across classical osteopathy after John Wernham went to Italy, he recognised the genius of it and wanted to bring it to Italy, now he and his coll... more

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Marika is a really interesting osteopath, a Swedish national, she initially started her training in the UK but then decided to go back to Sweden to train in Gothenburg. Marika graduated in 1998 and already had a keen interest in classical osteopathy;... more

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