The Osteopathic Lesion
“A missing link between physiology and pathology”
We are extremely pleased to announce Howard Beardmore as January’s speaker, discussing a topic which he talks passionately about, using anonymous case history studies, and his scholarly understanding of traditional osteopathic texts, this talk promises to will shed light on the Osteopathic Lesion as we used to know and understand it.
“Having been to a recent day seminar by Howard in Reading, I can’t wait to hear him talk again, he’s inspirational, unashamedly holistic and truly osteopathic.” – James Ruddick
The talk is scheduled to last 90 minutes and there will be 30 minutes for questions and discussion. Some finger food will be provided (free), and drinks will be available from the golf club bar.
Biography of Howard Beardmore:
Howard graduated from the Maidstone College of Osteopathy in 1996. Over ten years ago he formed the British Institute of Osteopathy to provide a focus, or a point of reference, for those interested in practicing ‘Traditional Osteopathy’ since then, he has run many international conferences.
Howard has also represented the British Naturopathic Society nationally, served as a BOA director, and practiced as an osteopath for over 16 years. He was also the principles and mechanics lecturer at the JWCCO Nescot before it became SIOM.
Book Now! Howard is kindly giving all money raised on the night to help support OON.