I studied for four years full-time at the Surrey Institute of Osteopathic Medicine and was pleased to achieve a 2.1 Bachelor of Science honours degree in Osteopathic Medicine.
Osteopathic training is demanding and lengthy, and a recognised qualification is only available from osteopathic educational institutions accredited by the General Osteopathic Council. To remain registered with the General Osteopathic Council, and therefore continue practising as an osteopath, compulsory Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is required of every osteopath each year. CPD not only helps to maintain the high standards of care set during training, but ensures that osteopaths keep their skills up to date.
Steyning Osteopathic Services opened in 2004 and my patient base has grown steadily since. As I grew up in Steyning I was pleased to be able to offer my services in the area.
The clinic operates from premises in a prominent High Street position in Steyning where there is convenient free parking both immediately outside and nearby.