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osteopath

[′äs·tē·ə‚path]
(medicine)
A physician who specializes in osteopathy.
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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.
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.
But the stress of his job and his former hobby as a competitive rower resulted in a bad back and he ended up seeing an osteopath - inspiring him to re-train.
The Ministry of Health refuses to recognize osteopath clinics as legitimate, although they say they carry out inspection campaigns occasionally.
David Canevaro is a qualified Osteopath, Rehabilitation Pilates instructor and Sports Therapist with extensive experience working with a vast range of clients in a number of outstanding health clubs, Physiotherapist and Osteopathic clinics in Central London, Brockley, and now the greater London Beckenham area.
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.
Off and running: West Bromwich Albions osteopath Tim Pepper gets in some training with Albion star Chris Brunt.
The Osteopath is locally owned by Kevin Kirkup, who also has Osteopathic Remedy entered in the race which finished a head behind Horatio Carter in June.
But this time, instead of calling himself an osteopath, Kitson is claiming he is an osteomyologist.
You might be surprised to read that an osteopath helped my flu.
JET-SETTING model turned osteopath, Georgina Jones, knows a thing or two about looking good.