Within seven days after a hearing, we aim to publish on this website the decision of the committee and details of any sanctions applied to the osteopath.
If the sanction applied is an undertaking, conditions of practice or suspension, this will be shown next to the osteopath's name on the Register, for as long as the sanction applies.
Our Fitness to Practise Publication Policy sets out how, and for how long, we publish on this page information relating to the decisions of the fitness to practise committees. Our Policy on Notification of Fitness to Practise Investigations and Outcomes explains what information we will seek from registrants who are the subject of complaints, and the information we will provide to third parties about the investigation and outcome of such complaints.
This table contains details of osteopaths who have given an Undertaking (a solemn promise) as to how they intend to conduct their practice. Click on an osteopath's name to read details of the Undertaking.
|Osteopath's name||Registration number||Term of Undertaking|
|Mr Thomas Jordan||8225||Until the matter is finalised by PCC|
Interim suspension orders
This section contains details of osteopaths whose registration has been suspended pending the investigation or hearing of a complaint. Any practitioner who is subject to an Interim Suspension Order cannot call themselves an osteopath during the period of suspension. Click on an osteopath’s name to read details of the suspension order.
|Osteopath's name||Registration number||Term of suspension|
Professional Conduct Committee and Health Committee decisions
This section contains details of osteopaths who have recently been the subject of a hearing by the Professional Conduct Committee and Health Committee. Click on an osteopath's name to read details of the evidence presented at the hearing, the committee’s decision and any action taken against the osteopath. The committee has the power to deliver an admonishment, impose conditions of practice, suspend the osteopath’s registration for a set period, or permanently remove the osteopath’s name from the Register. For a historical record of Professional Conduct Committee and Health Committee findings see our Fitness to Practise annual reports.
|Osteopath's name||Registration number||Date of decision|