Osteopathy Course


Semester One ( Total 750 Hours) You will learn basic science through anatomy, biochemistry and physiology, as well as clinical sciences in the foundations of osteopathic techniques, introduction to clinic and osteopathic principles and palpation for osteopaths.

  1. Anatomy and Physiology (general review)
  2. Osteopathy History and Development
  3. Osteopathy Theory and Philosophy
  4. Theory: Fundamental Biomechanics/ Kinesiology
  5. Various Compatible manual techniques
  6. Clinic Orientation 1
  7. Understanding Patient Charts
  8. Introduction to Case Discussion
  9. Workshop
  10. Hands on: Palpation Techniques
  11. Clinical Internship- Observation Phase
  12. Course Outline
  13. Assignments
  14. Tests/Exams

  1. Osteopathic Anatomy and Physiology
  2. Biocinetics of Cervical, Thoracic, Lumbar Spaine, Pelvis
  3. Biocinetics of Trunk and Pelvis
  4. Theory: Osteopathy Techniques 1- Basics
  5. Record Keeping, Business Management
  6. Medical Ethics
  7. General Semiology
  8. Anamnesis Techniques 1
  9. Hands on: Basic Osteopathic Techniques
  10. Clinical Internship- Assisting Phase
  11. Workshop
  12. Course Outline
  13. Assignments
  14. Tests/Exams
Semester Two ( Total 725 Hours) You will expand your range of techniques, learning musculoskeletal diagnosis and refining your palpation skills. You will also undertake clinical observations and tutorials, and neuro-musculoskeletal assessment.

Semester Three ( Total 755 Hours)
In semester three, the focus is on your ability to formulate a working diagnosis, further expansion of the range of techniques, and clinical application of neuro-musculoskeletal treatment of patients.

Semester Four ( Total 770 Hours)
In semester four Your clinical sciences will include advanced soft tissue techniques, clinical practicum and tutorials, high velocity/low amplitude techniques, and an introduction to diagnostic imaging and osteopathic research.

A high percentage of practical study demonstrates the skills required to become an Osteopath. At least 25 per cent of lectures have an interactive group-based approach and a high proportion of the osteopathic/practical sessions are tutorial-based.

Assessment takes the form of formal examinations, coursework, practical and clinical assessments, vivas and a research paper. Final examinations are usually set at or near the end of the academic semester. All students receive an assessment schedule.

All students involvement in research is central to its educational activities. Evidence-based medicine is increasingly being required to demonstrate the efficacy of treatments. As part of its commitment to research. The All students traditional Dissertation with an innovative, publication-ready research paper. The best student research has been presented at international osteopathic conferences.

Tuition fees
Our tuition fees are very competitive and we provide many payment options including payment plans. We allow students to pay for just the semester that they are currently taking or course. Please contact us for more detailed information.

This program will cover:
  • All necessary theoretical aspects of manual Osteopathy
  • Details of clinical anatomy, physiology and biomechanics pertinent to the topics under discussion
  • Review of major medical conditions including:
    • Musculoskeletal Disorders (Cervical, Thoracic, Lumbar, Upper and Lower Limb Pain, Osteoarthritis, Bursitis, Tendonitis and Tendosynovitis, Fibromyalgia, TMJ Disorder, Posttraumatic Syndromes etc.)
    • Neurologic Disorders (Headache, Vertigo, Postconcussion Disorder, Nerve roots compressions etc.)
    • Pulmonary, Cardiovascular, Gastrointestinal, Hepatic and Biliary, Endocrine, Genitourinary, Gynecology, Otolaryngology, Ophthalmology, Immunology, and Pediatric Disorders
    • Physical examination including Osteopathic, Neurologic and Orthopedic Assessment
    • Medical imaging and interpretation
  • The best carefully selected manual therapeutic techniques, including but not limited to:
    • Myofascial Release
    • Muscle Energy
    • Osteoarticular
    • Cranial and Cranio-sacral
    • Visceral
    • Ligamentous Articular Strain
    • Counterstrain
    • Facilitated Positional Release
    • Functional
    • Lymphatic
    • Bioenergetic
    • Exercise