MSc Osteopathy

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Course Details

• Osteopathy is the manual examination and the treatment method of the integrated musculoskeletal, visceral and craniosacral systems. It provides a broad range of approaches to the maintenance of health and the management of a disease. Its patient-centered rather than disease centered form of healthcare.
• It is driven by perseverance, dedication and the will to serve.
• It is a distinctive form of medical care founded on the physiology that all body systems are interrelated and dependent on one another for good health.

Capstone Initiatives

Outcome-based and student-centric learning whereby a culture of self – study and research id promoted by the environment.

Course Features

• This course is facilitated by international experts from Europe, India, North and South America.
• The course comprises a complete syllabus including all the three areas of science; musculoskeletal osteopathy, visceral osteopathy and cranial osteopathy.
• Students learn the course in more than 600 lecture hours and over 750 hours of supervised clinical practice in our Osteopathy clinic.
• The students get a personalized approach by the faculty members during the entire tenure of the course.
 It involves a comprehensive blend of osteopathic philosophy, theory, methodology, technique, clinical application and research elements – each of which is introduced progressively and cumulatively.
• A review of anatomy, physiology, and biomechanics is also included.

As a master of Osteopathy student, he would integrate and put the knowledge into practice by treating patients at the fully functional osteopathy clinic at the campus.

MSc Osteopathy

02 Years full time

2020-21 Entry

20 Seats

with 50% marks in aggregate


Tuition fee per semester**

* It is your responsibility to ascertain that you
possess the requisite qualification for admission.
**There will be a separate admission fee, examination fee, caution
deposit etc in addition to the tuition fee.
Semester I
  1. Introduction to Osteopathy
  2. Introduction to the primary respiratory mechanism
  3. General Osteopathic treatment
  4. Pelvis
  5. Lower limb
  6. Upper limb
  7. Diaphragm
  8. Cranial Osteopathy – 1
  9. Cranial Osteopathy – 2
  10. Practical
Semester II
  1. Lumbar spine
  2. Thoracic spine
  3. Ribs
  4. Myofascial techniques
  5. Functional techniques
  6. Circulatory system techniques
  7. Cranial Osteopathy – 3
  8. Cranial Osteopathy – 4
  9. Visceral Osteopathy 1: colon and small intestine
  10. Visceral Osteopathy 2: heart and circulatory system
  11. Practical

Semester III
  1. Cervical spine: c3-c7
  2. C0-C1, C1-C2, hyoid bone
  3. The three diaphragms
  4. Cranial osteopathy – 5
  5. Cranial Osteopathy – 6
  6. Visceral Osteopathy – 3: Oesophagus, stomach, duodenum
  7. Visceral Osteopathy – 4: Liver, gallbladder, pancreas, spleen
  8. Visceral Osteopathy – 5: Uterus, ovaries and prostate
  9. Practical
Semester IV
  1. Foot
  2. Cranial Osteopathy – 7
  3. Cranial Osteopathy – 8
  4. Visceral Osteopathy 6: respiratory system
  5. Visceral Osteopathy 7 : kidneys and urinary system
  6. Introduction to pediatrics
  7. Integration of the four semesters
  8. Practical
  9. Thesis

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