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Why an osteopath must be trained in 5 or 6 years full time ?
Honestly, would you get treated by a medical doctor that has been trained in 1 year instead of 6 or 7 ?
If your answer is no, which we guess would represent everyone, how can one think someone can be called an osteopath after a 1 year training ? 🤨
All our team's members have been trained in 6 years full time. There is certainly a good reason for that: the amount of knowledge needed, the time needed to learn a certain number of skills and master them. What does that means for you, as a patient ?
Security first of all. Skills, knowledge, experience, confidence, trust, result, quality, empathy, compassion, professionalism
"It takes around 10 years to shape the hands of an osteopath" quote from our french teachers. What does it mean ? How much you have to learn and then how many patients you have to touch to start understanding what you've learned
Many people are attracted by learning easy skills, fast and some people know that and know that they will make a good business out of it
It is our responsibility to warn you and create awareness as I know not everyone shares the same ethic we have
If you want security and everything that comes with for you and your family, ask your osteopath if he has been trained in 5 or 6 years full time
Anything else, is not Osteopathy
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