Principle Osteopath of the Year 2016 4 November 2016
We are so happy to announce that…
…Our very own Steven Ojari has been shortlisted for a national award from the Institute of Osteopathy.
Sheffield born Osteopath Steven Ojari has been shortlisted for the category of Principal Osteopath of the Year at the Institute of Osteopathy’s annual awards show.
The awards ceremony is taking place on Saturday 26th November 2016 at the annual Gala Dinner in Windsor. Steven is hoping to attend (and collect his award) provided his partner doesn’t give birth before then!
The Principal Osteopath of the Year award will be given to the Osteopath the judging panel believes is most committed to developing the skills of their staff whilst offering the best possible treatment to their patients. Only those that have introduced innovative ways to run their practices, work seamlessly with allied health professionals and support and integrate with their local communities will be considered.
The nomination has made local news with the Sheffield star covering the nomination in a recent article.
About the Institute of Osteopathy:
The Institute of Osteopathy is the professional membership organisation for osteopaths. Originally founded as the British Osteopathic Association, the iO is proud to represent over 70 percent of all osteopaths in the United Kingdom.
The iO is the UK’s professional membership organisation for registered Osteopaths. The purpose of the institute is to unite, promote, develop and support the Osteopathic profession, to improve public health and patient care. The iO strives to raise standards of Osteopathic care, and improve understanding and awareness of the benefits of Osteopathy amongst the public and fellow health professions.