Oxfordshire Osteopathic Network

We know it can be hard to find an osteopath that suits you, but when you search for your local osteopath with our unique directory you can choose the type of osteopath that suits your needs. There are also a range of different resources for you to interact with including latest pieces of research, news, and information about osteopathy around Oxford.

There is also an opportunity for you to ask your local osteopaths direct questions, and see what others have asked, and how we’ve answered.

iO Regional Osteopathic Network of the Year winner

iO Regional Osteopathic Network of the Year winner

Find an OON osteopath

Find your local Oxford osteopath by using our directory search below.

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What is osteopathy?

Osteopathy is a way of detecting, treating and preventing health problems by moving, stretching and massaging a person’s muscles and joints.

Osteopathy is based on the principle that the wellbeing of an individual depends on their bones, muscles, ligaments and connective tissue functioning smoothly together.

What to expect?

Osteopathy is a patient-centred, system of healthcare and as such the osteopath with tailor the treatment to your needs. 

As a regulated healthcare profession your safety and wellbeing is of  prime concern, your appointment is confidential and your consent will be sought for both assessment and treatment. A first appointment generally lasts about 45 minutes…

Members’ news

Jim Ruddick awarded Principal of the Year by the Institute of Osteopathy

Jim Ruddick awarded Principal of the Year by the Institute of Osteopathy

Jim Ruddick received the prestigious Principal of the Year award at the Institute of Osteopathy’s annual conference on Saturday 21st October 2017. The Award is decided upon by a panel of osteopathic judges who consider all the nominations from around the UK, and look for qualities including commitment to practice development both of their staff
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Join us and become a member of the newest Osteopathic Network in the UK. We bring members the best quality in CPD, personal development, and practice development information possible. There are three levels of membership: Student Membership; Associate Membership (for allied healthcare professionals including; Chiropractors, Physiotherapists, Sports Masseurs etc); Osteopathic Membership.

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