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Clinical Development

These services are exclusively available to iO members. To join call 01582 488455 or email


Osteopathic Job Opportunities (Formally LAPS)
Looking to find a new role or have an opportunity for available for another? Click here for opportunities or to advertise
The National Institutes for Clinical Excellence recommends osteopathy for the treatment of back pain. Find out more about the guidance for GPs and other healthcare professionals, together with advice on working in the NHS
CPD Articles
A library of useful and practical CPD articles do build your knowledge and apply to your practice. Each comes with its own quiz to test your knowledge, and links and references to further resources.


CPD Videos
Learn at your laptop. Viewing and reflecting on these videos exploring various aspects of clinical practice may help you to expand your knowledge and fulfill your CPD requirement.
The iO's CPD workshop programme for 2018 is now complete. For more CPD from the iO book your place at iO Annual Convention taking place 12 - 14 October.
Advice on how to plan your learning, with resources to help you undertake a SWOB analysis, create a personal development plan and reflective record


Osteopathy in the UK is backed by a network of regional societies, local and interest groups across the country, who help practitioners at a local level by providing practice support, CPD and social activities.
Volunteering, Internships and Public Appointment opportunities
Volunteering can be an excellent route to help enhance your skills and develop your career - here is a list of organisations with potential opportunities
The iO has teamed up with the National Osteoporosis Society to encourage members to spread the word amongst patients and the public about prevention, detection and treatment of this condition. Osteopaths are in a prime position to screen patients for this silent condition, offering management advice and support.


One You - Active 10 Campaign
In 2017 iO launched its support of Public Health England’s (PHE) 'One You', a campaign to encourage a healthy lifestyle in adults. As osteopaths, our mission is to provide the best possible care for our patients by providing health advice and education.