Osteopathic Training - What's Involved
Here I talk a bit about the training involved to qualify as an Osteopath. I did a 4 year degree quite a few years ago now, but students these days have to do a 5 year Masters degree.
I didn't get to mention all the subjects we cover..so I'll add a few more here:
anatomy & physiology (of the whole body, every organ too), neurology, neuroscience, philosophy, pathology, pharmacology, sociology and psychology, technique - manual therapy, manipulations (we learn these over 3 years!) and cranio-sacral therapy, sports rehab..I'm sure I've forgotten some. Not to mention the 1000 hours of clinic time we have to complete before they let us out!
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