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The General Osteopathic Council regulates osteopaths in the UK

The General Osteopathic Council regulates osteopaths in the UK

 

We work with the public and the osteopathic profession to promote patient safety by setting, maintaining and developing standards of osteopathic practice and conduct.

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By law osteopaths must be registered with us in order to practise in the UK.

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Before your first appointment with an osteopath...

Before your first appointment with an osteopath...

...check that the osteopath is registered with the GOsC. You can do this by checking the Register on this website. Osteopaths can use this Registration Mark on their websites or in patient leaflets to show they are registered.

Visit the new CPD scheme website...

Visit the new CPD scheme website...

...to find out more about the new CPD scheme for osteopaths, launched in October. The first people on the new scheme were those renewing their registration in December and more join each month when they renew their registration.

Read the Osteopathic Practice Standards online

Read the Osteopathic Practice Standards online

Get to know the updated Osteopathic Practice Standards that come into force on 1 September 2019 by visiting standards.osteopathy.org.uk. You can check the standards wherever you are on your phone, PC or tablet.

News

General Osteopathic Council removes Elizabeth Treadaway from its Register of osteopaths

07 March 2019

The GOsC’s Professional Conduct Committee (PCC) has found that Ms...

The General Osteopathic Council removes Muhammad Mirza from its Register of osteopaths

15 February 2019

On 10 January 2019, the General Osteopathic Council’s Professional Conduct Committee (PCC)...

Vacancy - Audit Committee

We are recruiting for a member of our Audit Committee, someone external to the GOsC Council. Closing date is 2 April 2019 at midday. See our recruitment page for full information.