Deprecated: mysql_connect(): The mysql extension is deprecated and will be removed in the future: use mysqli or PDO instead in /home/skerries/public_html/core/system/classes/mysql.php on line 18
Osteopathy and Massage Useful Links - BUSINESS

Useful Links

The links provided here are done as a convenience and we hope you find them helpful.
 
General Osteopathic Council
GOsC regulate the practice of osteopathy in the UK.
http://www.osteopathy.org.uk/
 
The Barral Institute
Barral Institute offers classes that are well structured that provide practitioners with techniques that are immediately applicable in practice. Deborah Conway & Eb Schriever two of our Osteopaths host these courses in Ireland. Our Osteopaths have taken extensive courses with the Barral Institute. Deborah & Eb have taken many courses with Jean-Pierre Barral himself.
http://www.barralinstitute.ie/
http://www.barralinstitute.com/

 
The Osteopathic Council of Ireland
The governing, regulating and representative body for Osteopathy in Ireland.
The council aims to promote Osteopathy in Ireland for both Osteopaths and patients by ensuring that the highest professional standards have been reached and maintained by all its accredited members.
http://www.osteopathy.ie
 
The Osteopathic Centre for Children (OCC)  
A charitable organisation based in the UK that seeks to ensure that paediatric osteopathy – a gentle, effective treatment – is established as an option for parents and carers concerned for their child’s health. Catherine Dolan one of our Osteopaths has her Masters in Paediatric Osteopathy from here.
http://www.occ.uk.com/
 
Sutherland Cranial College (SCC) 
Is an independent post graduate teaching organisation founded in 1993 this is commitment to promoting and teaching the principles of osteopathy as conceived by Andrew Taylor Still and developed by William Garner Sutherland. Our Osteopaths have taken much of their post graduate education with them.
http://www.sutherlandcranialcollege.co.uk/
 
British Osteopathic Association
Represents the views of members to the General Osteopathic Council, the Department of Health, local and national government agencies and other professional bodies.
http://www.osteopathy.org/
 
The Australian Osteopathic Association (AOA)  
Is the national professional body representing Osteopaths in Australia. AOA liaising with both state and federal government, all other statutory bodies regarding professional, educational, legislative and regulatory issues. Eb Schriever gained his education in Australia and is a member of the AOA.
http://www.osteopathic.com.au/