Denise Payne BSc(Hons) Ost
Osteopathy in East London

Qualifications #01

Professional Qualifications


Bachelor of Science Degree in Osteopathy - BSc(Hons)Ost
July 2000
Awarded by The British School of Osteopathy

Postgraduate Qualification in Cranial Osteopathy
October 2000
Awarded by The British School of Osteopathy


The British School of Osteopathy was the first such school in Britain.
Founded in 1917 by Dr.John Martin Littlejohn, a student of Andrew Taylor Still,
the founder of Osteopathy who established the first school in the USA in 1860.



Registered with the The General Osteopathic Council
In accordance with the Osteopaths Act 1993

Annual registration is dependent on holding:

  • An approved qualification in Osteopathy

  • Professional Public Liability Insurance

  • A record of approved Professional Development

    Registration ensures public safety and confidence as well as the highest degree of professional standards and competency within the profession.




  • Continuing Professional Development (CPD)


    Each year all Registered Osteopaths are required to undertake a minimum of 30 hours of approved CPD training and education in order to maintain and improve their skills and to stay up to date with current trends and obligations within the Osteopathic profession.


    For the year 2014 - 2015 Denise has been involved in CPD activities in these areas:


    (1) Expanding her knowledge base in relation to the work she is already doing with children

  • Infant colic and digestive disorders in older children

  • Childhood immunisation schedules in UK

  • Approaches to the treatment of childhood eczema

  • Birth and delivery



    (2) Expanding her knowledge base in relation to work she is already doing with adults

  • Chronic pain and its relationship to trauma



    (3) Information technology skills

  • The use of new technology in a clinical setting to improve clinical notetaking





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