Holistic treatment for bladder cancer – provided by the NHS

I met up with an old friend from university recently.  He’s called Richard for the purposes of this blog.  I hadn’t seen him for a few years.  He told me his girlfriend had had bladder cancer. I know this blog is largely read by clinicians who love a bit of case history, so here follows…

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How to be an evidence-based cranial osteopath

The enigmatic case of cranial osteopathy: Evidence versus clinical practice Pages 1-4 IJOM September 2016 Rafael Zegarra-Parodi, Francesco Cerritelli Well, and doesn’t this sound intriguing?  It’s the opening piece in the most recent IJOM and seems to have been prompted by the big French physiotherapists’ study of Osteopathy in the Cranial Field (OCF).  The authors…

GOsC Meeting May 5th 2016

I somehow deleted my photo of Osteopathy House, so here is the Tower of London instead, which is not far down the road. A Brand New Council This was the first meeting of the new, more streamlined Council.  A few faces were missing, and a few were new.  I had been looking forward to showing…