Austin Plunkett M.Ost, BSc (Hons) – Osteopath

Registered Osteopath. Qualified from the British School of Osteopathy. (Now known as: University College of Osteopathy).

With a distinction from the BSO in 2011.

In 2014 joined the National Council of Osteopathic Research (NCOR) as a researcher and represents NCOR at the Osteopathic Development Group and is research adviser to the editorial committee of Osteopathy Today. Also, on the committee board of the IO.

Member of The General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) & The Institute of Osteopathy (iO).


For appointments with me, you can now use our online diary page, at your convenience.

I passionately, expanded my skills and experience seeing a wide variety of patients; With Sports injuries and Rehabilitation at the BSO Sports Clinic, A General NHS GP Practice, I attended the Chapman and Royal Free Hospital Clinics – for HIV patients.
Including a broad age range, from practicing Children’s Osteopathy at the 1st Place Clinic to Elderly patients at the Lucy Brown Clinic.
After graduating, I continued at the BSO, whose faculty invited me to join as a member of staff and I now enjoy teaching Technique to Third year students.
I use and integrate appropriately, a wide varied use of Osteopathic techniques, depending on each individual patient’s condition and requirements, which includes; Manipulation, Mobilisation, Soft-Tissue & Massage,MET (Muscle Energy Technique), Fascial release, Proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF). Self-care advice and injury preventative exercises.
Furthering my career, I assist in Osteopathy research, working with The National Council for Osteopathic Research (NCOR) team, based at the Whitechapel Campus of Queen Mary University of London. A Centre for Primary Care and Public Health. Helping the organisation, by researching and writing articles for the Osteopaths professional journal. Offering help with IT/web development ( my previous career- as an IT Management Consultant) & from past experience, I fully understand and can advise on ergonomics and the impact of sitting, working at an office desk all day.
I am a member of the Board for the British School of Osteopathy.
And a representative for a student – year group, in the faculty/student meetings for all four academic years.
My own personal interest and achievements in Sports are with Martial Arts: I am a black belt in jeet kune do, and in my relaxed spare time, I play guitar and compose music.
My Elective Speciality Courses were; Advanced Spinal Manipulation, Obstetrics & Visceral Osteopathy.

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