15 Nov 2016
November 15, 2016

Awarding Winning Clinic – Shortlisted by the iO

November 15, 2016

iO Practice of the Year Award – Summertown Clinic – Finalists!

We are delighted to announce that our practice has been short listed in the Institute of Osteopathy Annual Awards as Practice of the Year. This is the first year the Institute of Osteopathy (iO), the UK’s professional membership organisation for registered Osteopaths, has held this award category, and last year we were thrilled when David Ruddick was shortlisted as Principle of the Year (2015-16) and Joel Redman won the category of “Associate of the Year!”.

The finalists are invited to the iO’s Gala Dinner and Awards Ceremony on Saturday 26th November, and we would love to replicate last year’s success.

We believe we’ve been shortlisted as one of the bigger osteopathic practices due to our focus on patient experience, the diverse range of therapies (and osteopathic approaches) we have, and our drive to create a community of practitioners prepared to collaborate with one another, and dedicated to learning more about our profession. We also cover all the aspects indicated in the new iO patient charter, and several of them are at the heart of our ambition as a clinic.

All that having been said, we are up against some brilliant competition, but we are sure to enjoy a good night out celebrating the hard work the whole team have put into making Summertown Clinic an award winning clinic.

Joel Redman, iO award

Joel Redman, iO award

Also of particular note both Joel Redman (last years winner of Associate of the Year), and Atlanta Kyte are also nominated and made the finalists, as did the Regional Society – the Oxfordshire Osteopathic Network which James Ruddick is co-founder and Secretary for.

We have won awards previously, perhaps most notably the CAM Expo Clinic of the Year Award in 2014.

CAM Expo Award 2014

Clinic of the year award 2014, for best clinic in the UK

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