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iO Convention 2017: Continuing to train osteopaths in conditions they are not allowed to advertise to treat (as well as other quackery)

I previously highlighted the issues with The Institute of Osteopathy’s Convention 2016 and training being provided to osteopaths in conditions they are not allowed to advertise to treat. 791 more words


The Perrymount Clinic in breach of advertising guidelines for osteopathy for babies and children

The Perrymount Clinic offers a range of different therapies including osteopathy, homeopathy, acupuncture, naturopathy and many others. The “treatments” they offer are mostly pseudoscientific nonsense but that hasn’t stopped them building a business on the back of them. 618 more words


A Headache With Personality…

(Originally posted on Sunday 3rd November 2013 at http://ijustkeepswimming13.blogspot.co.uk/2013/11/)

“One continuous headache gradually started to define itself and then take nonstop residence behind my left eye and in my left temple, like a bad, inconsiderate roommate who never leaves the apartment to give you peace.” 2,049 more words

Health And Wellbeing

Gift Vouchers now available!

If you are looking for a gift for a new baby, and you want to give something a little different, then look no further! The gift of a Cranial Osteopathy Newborn Check-Up with Frank Kelleher is something you can be sure will be very much appreciated! 42 more words


Medical acupuncture

I know, I have been quiet but I have had good reason to be… studying!

Earlier this month I took part in two courses in London; the first being the introductory module for cranial osteopathy with the… 250 more words

Patient Care

Institute of Osteopathy in breach of advertising guidelines

The Institute of Osteopathy promotes itself as “the UK’s leading professional membership organisation for registered Osteopaths.” As a professional membership organisation you would expect the Institute of Osteopathy to set an example to their member osteopaths. 490 more words


UK Health Centre: Misleading information about osteopathy – an Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) complaint

I have previously highlighted the many misleading claims about complementary and alternative medicine on the UK Health Centre website. The website is owned by Core Health Ltd and they provide… 531 more words