Oliver discusses what an osteopathy physician role involves where they focus on joints, muscles and spine. An osteopathic intervention can help treat arthritis, back pain, headaches, tennis elbow, digestive issues and postural problems.
University: To work as an Osteopath, you need to complete a degree or postgraduate master’s degree approved by the General Osteopathic Council. Courses are usually full time for 4 years, although there could be some options to study part-time over 5 years.
1. Make a real difference to people.
2. Earn good money.
3. Benefit from high employability rates.
4. Join an allied health profession.
5. Be part of a regulated form of healthcare.
6. Specialise in exciting areas.
7. Have time to care.
8. Treat patients as individuals.
9. Enjoy career freedom.
10. Travel the world.
“I watched too much Braniac, so I knew I wanted to do something science-related!”