The Osteopathic Practice


We regulate the practice of osteopathy in the United Kingdom. By law osteopaths must be registered with us in order to practise. We work with the public and osteopathic profession to promote patient safety by registering qualified professionals, and setting, maintaining and developing standards of osteopathic practice and conduct.

The Institute of Osteopathy is the professional membership organisation for osteopaths.  Originally founded as the British Osteopathic Association, the iO is proud to represent over 70 percent of all osteopaths in the United Kingdom.  We are members of the Osteopathic Development Group, a collaboration between the iO, GOsC, the Osteopathic Alliance, NCOR and the Council of Osteopathic Educational Institutions. By working together with the regulator, research community and educators we aim to unite the profession to promote development, improve understanding and knowledge, support and celebrate excellence, facilitate communication and demonstrate the effectiveness of osteopathy.

A post graduate society providing opportunity to further deepen understanding of the groundbreaking work of A T Still (the founder of osteopathy) and W G Sutherland (the founder of osteopathy in the cranial field). A forum for shared study and mutual support in developing clinical excellence for osteopaths practising traditional osteopathy. Our members are fully qualified and registered practising osteopaths, with additional post graduate training in the gentler osteopathic approach often referred to as “cranial” osteopathy.

The British Medical Acupuncture Society is a registered charity established to encourage the use and scientific understanding of acupuncture within medicine for the public benefit. It seeks to enhance the education and training of suitably qualified practitioners, and to promote high standards of working practices in acupuncture. Members are regulated healthcare professionals who practice acupuncture within the scope of their professional practice.

The Niel-Asher Technique™ is a ‘natural’ method of treatment that utilizes the body’s own healing mechanisms. No drugs, no surgery. The technique uses a specific and unique sequence of manipulations and pressure points to the shoulder joints and soft-tissues. In essence, these can be thought of as ‘inputs’ into the nervous system. The technique has been in use since 1998 and has been adopted and approved by Doctors, Physio Therapists, Osteopaths, and Chiropractors in the UK, Europe, and the United States.

THOR has over 3,000 customers in pioneering clinics and hospitals in 70 counties and is the only company with FDA, CE, TGA, Health Canada and NATO clearance to date.  Aims: To provide photomedicine in every department of every hospital, every doctor’s office (clinic) and every home. To have drug free pain relief and better healing through “best in class” photomedicine products and service.

The National Osteoporosis Society is the only UK wide charity dedicated to improving the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of osteoporosis and fragility fractures.

We are a small independent company, established in 1998. Our aim is to offer a personalised, high quality MR scanning service at low cost. All our scanning is supervised by a Consultant Radiologist with more than 15 years  MR experience in the NHS and Private sector. We minimise our expenses wherever possible in order to reduce costs, without compromising quality.

We are Hereburgh Morris – a mixed bunch of men and women who like to learn and perform morris dances that come primarily from the villages of the Cotswolds in England. We are always keen to welcome new members – no previous experience necessary. Likewise, we welcome opportunities to perform in public. If you would like to attend one of our regular practice evenings, or would like to book us to perform at your event, please contact the Secretary.

Acstede design has been creating graphic design and web design in and around Kenilworth, Leamington Spa and Warwick for over 35 years. Our clients come from all over the United Kingdom, distance is never an issue. If you are looking to focus your business give us a call: 01926 851195

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1-2-1 rehabilitation pilates – ideally following an injury or illness

Plum Jerkum Border Morris

Plum Jerkum are the town of Warwick’s very own mixed Border Morris side! We practice every Monday evening, 8.00-10.00pm, in the Northgate Methodist Church Hall on the corner of Barrack Street and Northgate Street in Warwick Town Centre. PJ dance in the Border Morris tradition which originated in the border counties of England and Wales. We uphold the tradition of wearing colourful rag jackets and paint our faces black, a tradition thought to have ancient origins. In the 1800’s, however, this was very much a disguise so that seasonal workers dancing to collect money in the lean winter months would not be recognised by their employers.

Once gained, bell ringing is a skill for life you’ll never forget and can open up a lifetime of experiences and enjoyment.

Make an Appointment

The Osteopathic Practice is easily accessible from Warwick, Coventry, Rugby and Kenilworth, so call us on 01926 335932. You don’t need to be referred by your GP unless you’re claiming back your costs under a private health scheme.