Osteopathic Association Clinic

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8-10 Boston Place

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Osteopathic Association Clinic

The clinic is a charity and was set up in 1927 to treat patients who cannot afford private fees.
The staff at the clinic are qualified medical osteopaths or qualified medical practictioners training to be osteopaths, and see patients under the supervision of our tutors, and we ask for a donation to our clinic when you have a treatment.
We are also able to offer you treatments other than osteopathy, some of our doctors are able to offer injections for some conditions where this type of treatment is more beneficial.
Our doctors can also send patients for scans and x rays where needed without the need for a GP referal.

To make an appointment telephone 020 7262 1128


As a charity we receive no government or NHS funding, and rely solely on donations, we currently suggest a donation of £30 per treatment.
This subsidised amount barely covers the running costs of the clinic as we are a non-profit making organisation. While we are very pleased if patients who can afford it offer us more, if you have financial problems we are happy to take whatever donation you can manage and we would suggest an appointment with one of our medical practictioners under training to help us keep running costs to a minimum. (pensions, JSA, ESA, working tax credits etc.)

London College of Osteopathic Medicine

About the College
The London College of Osteopathic Medicine (LCOM) was founded in 1946 to provide training in osteopathic principles and methods for people who were already qualified medical doctors.

Those in training spend over 80% of that time is treating patients in the Clinic under the close supervision of tutors who are qualified osteopaths, registered with the General Osteopathic Council, most of whom are graduates of the College themselves and are therefore also medically qualified.

The College is recognised by the General Osteopathic Council and so its graduates are eligible to be fully registered osteopaths.

Entry Requirements

Medical degree recognised by the UK General Medical Council
General medical postgraduate experience
Experience of musculoskeletal medicine is an advantage but not essential
Satisfactory references from at least two sources

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