Osteopathy - BOstAnglia Ruskin University
£ 9,250 - (Rs 7,58,142)
- Cambridge (England)
What you'll learn on the course
Osteopathy offers an exciting career where you will be able to utilise a variety of therapeutic approaches and interventions in meeting the needs of patients. It’s a challenging field which requires listening, problem solving, and direct ‘hands-on’ interactions with patients. It takes four years to enable you to become skilled autonomous practitioners, but is accessible both to those new to healthcare, and those wishing to extend and enhance their current career.
The primary aim of the course is to provide structured learning opportunities to enable you to become a safe, capable, reflective osteopathic practitioner who is committed to ethical, evidence-based practice and lifelong learning.
The LSO courses are well established and are constantly updated to reflect advances in the profession. They contain exactly what you need to become an independent practicing osteopath. Your journey will incorporate basic and applied sciences, including anatomy, physiology, pathology, pharmacology, philosophy, psychology and sociology. Your osteopathic learning starts from day one and a wide range of theories, models and approaches are taught throughout the course. Clinical relevance is always paramount, and is enhanced by integration in the clinic from the first year. Research is an integral part of any degree, and is particularly relevant to an emerging health profession. You're encouraged to select a topic of personal interest which you'll develop into a dissertation in the final stages of the course. Underpinning the academic learning are personal and professional skills such as communication, problem solving, analysis, critical reflection, and self-awareness. Business skills are also a core part of the curriculum.