Department of Osteopathy

  • Osteopathy is a manual examination and treatment method of the integrated musculoskeletal, visceral and craniosacral systems.
  • It provides a broad range of approaches in the maintenance of health and the management of disease. It is patient-centred, rather than a disease-centred form of health care.
  • To be an Osteopathic practitioner you must study and know the exact construction of the human body, the exact location of every bone, nerve, fibre, muscle, and organ, the origin, the course and flow of all the fluids of the body, and most importantly the relation of each part to the others.
  • It is a distinctive form of medical care founded on the philosophy that all body systems are interrelated and dependent upon one another for good health.
  • It is a patient – centred, rather than disease-centred, form of Health Care.
    The course at our University is:
  • Facilitated by international experts from Europe, India, North and South America.
  • A complete syllabus including all the three areas of this science; musculoskeletal Osteopathy, visceral Osteopathy, and cranial Osteopathy.
  • Approved by UGC and the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.
  • The programme combines a comprehensive blend of osteopathic philosophy, theory, methodology, technique, clinical application, and research elements.
  • Practical sessions provided by treating patients at our fully functional Osteopathy clinic at the campus.
  • An Osteopathic practitioner, depending on one’s previous academic background, can integrate all the elements of Osteopathy into his or her practice. He or she can also choose to open a practice of Osteopathy alone, or else join a hospital as an Osteopath. Graduates at our university receive a sound level of osteopathic education enabling them to be qualified practitioners of manual therapy.

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