Clinical Guides

Here you will find reference information and clinical resources that can be downloaded and used by healthcare practitioners as a helpful summary for use in clinic and as CPD resources.

We will be adding to this library of resources regularly, so please do check back often.

So we can develop resources most useful to your practice, we welcome feedback including indications of further topics that would be of interest. Please leave your comments below or email comms@iOsteopathy.org.

Guide to working with children and young people

Published by the Osteopathic Development Group and authored by respected paediatric osteopaths, the guide provides a framework for identifying CPD in paediatric osteopathy and includes links to high-quality learning resources and a self-assessment tool for self-directed learning.

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Osteoarthritis

This infographic supports the implementation of recommendations around non-pharmacological management in the NICE guideline on osteoarthritis. [National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, December 2018]

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Rheumatoid Arthritits

This infographic supports the implementation of recommendations around non-pharmacological management in the NICE guideline on rheumatoid arthritis in adults [National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, November 2018].

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Osteoporosis

This infographic supports the implementation of recommendations in the NICE guideline on osteoporosis. [National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, July 2018]

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Spondyloarthritis

This infographic produced by the BMJ, provides a visual guide for primary care on identifying and referring Spondyloarthritis.

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NB: The Institute of Osteopathy has produced these resources in conjunction, and with permission from, the referenced organisations.  Reproduction of these resources by other organisations for use in print or online publications, will require permission from the Institute of Osteopathy and the indicated organisations. Please contact comms@iOsteopathy.org for more information.

 



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