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gary lutz replied to Paul mcquade's discussion 'To pay or not to pay...'
"Harlot Street beckons :) (I can't spell Harley) "
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gary lutz replied to gary lutz's discussion 'I'm officially in a minority'
"Does that make us the fairer sex then?"
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Donald Scott replied to gary lutz's discussion 'I'm officially in a minority'
"Guess what the ratio of male: female staff in the GOsC is? Yeah, you've guessed it... 1:2 in…"
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Donald Scott replied to Paul mcquade's discussion 'To pay or not to pay...'
"Ever wonder what you'll be like as a practitioner in 30 years time, Ronan? Consider the…"
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gary lutz replied to gary lutz's discussion 'I'm officially in a minority'
"The right to be smellier, uglier, heavier, worse dressed, poorer ....?"
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Noel Adams replied to Paul mcquade's discussion 'To pay or not to pay...'
"I had one patient who DNa a few times. We agreed that he paid for 1/2 of the next appt in advance,…"
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Noel Adams replied to gary lutz's discussion 'I'm officially in a minority'
"Let's fight for male osteopath rights!, whatever they may be? ;-)"
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I'm officially in a minority

The Register: facts and figuresAs of this month, for the very first time there are more female than…See More
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To pay or not to pay...

Started by Paul mcquade in General. Last reply by gary lutz 8 hours ago. 13 Replies

No doubt we have all had patients not show up/ forgotten to come, late cancellation or turn up late for their appointment. Most are horrified at the idea of having to pay the service they booked and will rarely, if ever, return whenever I enforce…Continue

I'm officially in a minority

Started by gary lutz in General. Last reply by gary lutz 8 hours ago. 4 Replies

The Register: facts and figuresAs of this month, for the very first time there are more female than male osteopaths on the GOsC Register: 2,459 to 2,448 (4,907 in total).…Continue

Coming to a diagnosis

Started by gary lutz in General. Last reply by gary lutz 13 hours ago. 10 Replies

How do you go about it?Is your behaviour modified by what you find (or think you find)?Symptoms have traditionally been distrusted in diagnosis. They don’t carry the same weight as signs because patients can’t be relied upon to be objective, to…Continue

Osteopathic Regulation Survey

Started by Donald Scott in Seeking Other Practitioner Opinions. Last reply by gary lutz yesterday. 29 Replies

Professor Gerry McGivern from the University of Warwick, invites us to participate in research exploring osteopaths’ perceptions and experiences of osteopathic regulation and professionalism. The General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) has commissioned…Continue

Tags: Whistleblowing, Fitness to Practice, Practitioner Perception, Professional Standards

Whistleblowing

Started by gary lutz in General Aug 23. 0 Replies

Well, would GOsC be your first port of call if you have doubts about the abilities of another practitioner?We all see each others' failures. The worry is when they seem very simple to fix, you have to wonder at the ability of the previous…Continue

John Mepham and Fascial Work

Started by Ben Pieniazek in General. Last reply by david rodway Aug 12. 4 Replies

Did anyone know the above Osteopath, Mr Mepham? (I assume this is the correct spelling). I believe he worked around the Surrey/Kent border region somewhere before his death years ago.My colleague was a patient of Mr Mepham before training to become…Continue

What brings Health, in nature, and in human?

Started by george tseng in Outside the Box. Last reply by george tseng Aug 12. 7 Replies

This is what I learned from Nature: When healthy, there is polarity, with flowing rivers and solid structures. In illness, everything is blurred. There is no structure, and there is no flow. In humans, when ill, there is no anterior cruciate…Continue

Tags: cruciate, ligament, anterior, Nature, Biodynamics

Where is your CPD taking you?

Started by gary lutz in General. Last reply by Ronan O'Brien Aug 12. 5 Replies

Do you feel that the more you learn the less osteopathic practice appeals to you?Do you think you should have rather trained as a medic?Or are your interactions with your peers spurring you on to greater heights, is your personal study helping you…Continue

How did physiotherapy become the 'default' form of manual therapy?

Started by Ben Pieniazek in General. Last reply by gary lutz Aug 4. 20 Replies

This is a question that has popped into my head on numerous occasions over the years so I thought I would put it out there. How did physiotherapy, particularly in NHS/orthodox circles around the world become the standard treatment modality by which…Continue

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