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The Osteopaths Act 1993 established the General Osteopathic Council to ‘provide for the regulation of the profession of osteopathy’

The GOsC’s aim are:  

  • To protect patients
  • To develop the osteopathic profession
  • To promote an understanding of osteopathic care

The GOsC:

  • Registers qualified professionals
  • Sets standards of osteopathic practice and conduct
  • Assures the quality of osteopathic education
  • Ensures Continuing Professional Development
  • Helps patients with complaints about an osteopath

The General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) is one of the 13 UK health and social care regulators. The regulators are set up to protect the public so that whenever you see a health or social care professional, you can be sure they meet the required standards.