Dr. Oliver Thomson joins ARME Radio to discuss patient centered practice, the importance of the words we use in clinical practice, and some of the unhelpful narratives surrounding low back pain. Oliver practices an osteopath in London, UK where he works in a multidisciplinary clinic, with a particular focus on the treatment and management of back pain and sciatica. He completed his PhD in osteopathy at the University of Brighton, where he explored osteopaths’ clinical reasoning, and he has published extensively in this area.
In addition to his clinical role, he also works as an Associate Professor at the University College of Osteopathy. He is considered one of the leading authorities on osteopathic practice and research, and he continues to disseminate worldwide on the subjects of back pain, clinical reasoning, evidence-based practice and qualitative research, and the importance in developing these areas to ensure safe and high quality osteopathic care for patients. You can learn more about Oliver and his resources below.
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