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osteopath

[′äs·tē·ə‚path]
(medicine)
A physician who specializes in osteopathy.
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Ms Tomos said that between January 2007 and December 2009 he had secretly filmed himself and a former patient engaging in consensual sexual activity in an osteopath treatment room when he lived in Liverpool.
Drew County has 16 MDs and three osteopaths, for a total of 19 doctors.
Evangelos has been practising here for 24 years, since 1992 (he was the second male osteopath in Cyprus, and the fifth overall), and for 18 of those years he's been trying to get a law passed to regulate his profession.
This paper sets out to explore the experiences of practicing osteopaths who have chosen to remain in work after pensionable age [1].
There is an increasing interest in posture-related problems and the demand for qualified osteopaths has grown 25% since the 1990s according to the GOsC.
However, osteopath clinics still have patients flowing in, despite medical warnings.
There is a definitely a need for a Osteopath in Beckenham that uses Pilates as a rehabilitation therapy."
Skills and interests To become an osteopath you will need: A genuine desire to help people; The ability to develop an empathy with patients; To be good with your hands and be well co-ordinated; Good listening skills so you can arrive at the best treatment; A logical approach in working through and solving a problem; An interest in science - human biology and chemistry are useful To know when to refer clients to a qualified medical doctor.
The US healthcare system is very expensive yet ineffective and the traditional doctors resist the entry of osteopaths in mainstream healthcare, but it can prove really helpful in Pakistan where the healthcare is still better [than in the US]," Sylvie added.
THE Coca-Cola Championship is renowned for being a gruelling campaign - but even Baggies players are sparing a thought for club osteopath Tim Pepper.
Eton Rifles and The Osteopath clash again and the last time they met in May the latter came out on top, with Horatio splitting them.
Paul Kitson, from West Bromwich, was fined pounds 2,000 with costs at Dudley Magistrates' Court in March 2007 for unlawfully claiming to be a registered osteopath.