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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.

You can search by surname, postcode, town, county, country or registration number.

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Read the latest edition of The Osteopath now

Read the latest edition of The Osteopath now

Learn more about the different ways to gather patient feedback and read a case study by an osteopath who shares insights on how using and analysing patient feedback can enable improvement of service and growth of practice. Read this and more.

Find out more about the new CPD scheme

Find out more about the new CPD scheme

Our CPD website is packed with useful resources, case studies, 'how to' guides, templates and blogs. Visit our CPD website to take a look.

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

GOsC comments on Government response to regulation reform consultation

09 July 2019

The Government has today published its response to the Promoting...

GOsC continues to meet all 24 Standards of Good Regulation in latest Professional Standards Authority review

04 July 2019

The Professional Standards Authority (PSA) has published its annual performance...

Chair of Council: non-executive opportunity

We are seeking our next Chair to lead our Council in shaping the strategic direction for healthcare regulation and development of the osteopathic profession. The closing date for applications is 12 noon on 28 August 2019. Find out more