British School of Osteopathy NW3

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British School of Osteopathy NW3

British College of Osteopathic Medicine
Lief House
Finchley Road

Tel:+44 (0)20 7435 6464

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Clinic Enquiries

BCOM Clinic
6 Netherhall Gardens

Clinic Reception: +44 (0)20 7435 7830


For Clinic appointment enquiries

The College is situated opposite Finchley Road Underground station and benefits from good road and public transport links.

Train: You can reach Finchley Road tube station via two tube lines, the Metropolitan Line and Jubilee Line. For train times and directions visit Transport for London at

Bus: Routes 82, 13, 113, C11 and C12 are available close to the college.

Car: Access from the M1 is via Brent Cross, follow signs to Hampstead and Finchley Road tube station. Access to College parking is via Sumpter Close.

The BSO is the UK’s oldest and largest school of osteopathy, and has been championing osteopathic education, research and health care for the past 100 years.

Over 40% of practicing osteopaths in the UK are BSO graduates, and have benefitted from the high-quality of our academic programme, the breadth of experience and expertise of our teaching staff, and the wealth of clinical practice opportunities offered by the BSO clinic.

Our students come from all over the world, and range from school-leavers with a passion for osteopathy to those seeking a career change or to extend their existing skills at a later stage in life.

The clinic itself is the largest osteopathic teaching clinic in Europe, delivering about 40,000 appointments each year through our specialist facilities and at community venues. We are dedicated to osteopathic heath care for all, and a large proportion of our clinical treatment is delivered free-of-charge to disadvantaged and vulnerable members of the community.

We strongly-support an evidence-informed approach, and have an active research department  who are regularly published in journals and invited to speak at conferences around the world.