European Federation of Classical Osteopathy (EFCO)
by Maidstone College (UK) and John Wernham Academy - International College of Classical Osteopathy. An organization of the type European Economic Interest Grouping (EEIG). No recent activity reported since 1994.
Promote the principles and practice of classical osteopathy according to the philosophy of Dr A R Still, Littlejohn and John Wernham as an independent system of treating disease and maintaining health; develop a harmonized educational system, basic and specialized, for candidate osteopaths and established practitioners; ensure exchange of teachers; prescribe standards of professional proficiency.Available with paid subscription only.
Acts as a means for the two founding schools to provide joint training (full and part-time courses) and qualifications.
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