Initial training of Osteopath

General

Program Description

The curriculum

The preparatory training for an osteopath follows the timetable for higher education. Each cycle incorporates regular knowledge acquisition assessments. The training complies with WHO (World Health Organization) standards and European standards.

Teaching methods

ESO has a first class technical platform. Auditoriums, amphitheatres, classrooms and labs, applied research unit and computerized documentation center, integrated osteopathic clinic make up a set of material resources of more than 5000 square meters.

Program and courses

ESO Paris is a school of osteopathy different from others. The school is accessible to everyone, regardless of the sector or the baccalaureate.

Integrating initial training is possible in classical admission for high school graduates, as well as in parallel admission for health professionals or medical students who wish to reorient themselves. Depending on the profile, the courses offered are different and adapted to the needs of each one.

Initial osteopath training is for bachelor's degree holders or equivalent. The training takes place in two cycles spread over five years of training at the end of which students obtain a degree of osteopath (RNCP level I, tray 5) recognized by the State. Below are the programs of each year.

1 cycle program

The curriculum of the 1stcycle is spread over three years, in 2900 hours to learn the fundamentals of human, medical and philosophical Health Sciences applied to osteopathy. Objective: to integrate the knowledge necessary for the understanding and the exploration of the human body.

1st year

1 - Basic sciences

  • 1.1: Cell Biology
  • 1.3: Histology - Embryology - Genetics
  • 1.4: Biophysics and biomechanics
  • 1.5: Anatomy and general physiology
  • 1.6: Anatomy and physiology of the nervous system
  • 1.7: Anatomy and physiology of the musculoskeletal system
  • 1.8: Anatomy and Physiology of the Cardiovascular and Respiratory System
  • 1.9: Anatomy and physiology of the digestive, endocrine, genitourinary systems
  • 1.10: Anatomy and physiology of integumentary and sensory systems

4 - Osteopathy: foundations and models

  • 4.1: The conceptual models of osteopathy

5 - Osteopathic practice

  • 5.1: Palpatory anatomy
  • 5.2: Osteopathic palpation
  • 5.5: Learning Diagnostic Means, Osteopathic Treatments and Appropriate Techniques - Lower Appendicular Region
  • 5.6: Learning Diagnostic Means, Osteopathic Treatments and Appropriate Techniques - Lombi-Pelvic-Abdominal Region
  • 5.8: Learning Diagnostic Means, Osteopathic Treatments and Appropriate Techniques - Upper Appendicular Region
  • 5.9: Learning diagnostic tools, osteopathic treatments and appropriate techniques - Cervico-cephalic region

6 - Methods and tools of work

  • 6.4: Methodology of written and oral communication - working methods

Clinical practice training

Design and build an osteopathic intervention project

2nd year

1 - Basic sciences

  • 1.2: Hematology - Immunology
  • 1.4: Biophysics and biomechanics
  • 1.6: Anatomy and physiology of the nervous system
  • 1.7: Anatomy and physiology of the musculoskeletal system
  • 1.8: Anatomy and Physiology of the Cardiovascular and Respiratory System
  • 1.9: Anatomy and physiology of the digestive, endocrine, genitourinary systems

2 - Semiology of alterations in health status

  • 2.3: Infectiology
  • 2.5: Semiology of disorders of the musculoskeletal system
  • 2.6: Semiology of Cardiovascular and Respiratory System Diseases

3 - Human Sciences, Social Sciences, Management

  • 3.1: Psychology and psychosomatic

4 - Osteopathy: foundations and models

  • 4.2: The foundations of osteopathic diagnoses and treatments
  • 4.3: Osteopathic reasoning and clinical approach

5 - Osteopathic practice

  • 5.1: Palpatory anatomy
  • 5.2: Osteopathic palpation
  • 5.3: Methods and means of opportunity diagnosis
  • 5.6: Learning Diagnostic Means, Osteopathic Treatments and Appropriate Techniques - Lombi-Pelvic-Abdominal Region
  • 5.7: Learning Diagnostic Means, Osteopathic Treatments and Appropriate Techniques - Thoraco-scapular Region
  • 5.8: Learning Diagnostic Means, Osteopathic Treatments and Appropriate Techniques - Upper Appendicular Region
  • 5.9: Learning diagnostic tools, osteopathic treatments and appropriate techniques - Cervico-cephalic region
  • 5.12: Gestures and emergency care

Clinical practice training

3rd year

1 - Basic sciences

  • 1.6: Anatomy and physiology of the nervous system

2 - Semiology of alterations in health status

  • 2.2: Para-clinical examinations
  • 2.4: Semiology of diseases of the nervous system
  • 2.5: Semiology of disorders of the musculoskeletal system
  • 2.7: Semiology of diseases of the digestive and endocrine systems
  • 2.8: Semiology of diseases of the genitourinary system
  • 2.15: Pain

3 - Human Sciences, Social Sciences, Management

  • 3.1: Psychology and psychosomatic
  • 3.2: General sociology and sociology of health
  • 3.3: Public health

4 - Osteopathy: foundations and models

  • 4.3: Osteopathic reasoning and clinical approach

5 - Osteopathic practice

  • 5.3: Methods and means of opportunity diagnosis
  • 5.4: Implementation of diagnostic techniques and tests in different situations
  • 5.5: Learning Diagnostic Means, Osteopathic Treatments and Appropriate Techniques - Lower Appendicular Region
  • 5.6: Learning Diagnostic Means, Osteopathic Treatments and Appropriate Techniques - Lombi-Pelvic-Abdominal Region
  • 5.7: Learning Diagnostic Means, Osteopathic Treatments and Appropriate Techniques - Thoraco-scapular Region
  • 5.9: Learning diagnostic tools, osteopathic treatments and appropriate techniques - Cervico-cephalic region
  • 5.10: Relationship and communication in a context of osteopathic intervention
  • 5.11: Diagnosis of opportunity: conduct to be held in consultation

6 - Methods and tools of work

  • 6.1: Methodology of documentary research and article analysis
  • 6.5: Scientific and professional English

7 - Skills Development

  • 7.3: Perform an osteopathic intervention and lead a relationship in a context of osteopathic intervention

Clinical practice training

2 cycle program

Access to the 2 cycle is reserved for students holding end of 1 cycle teaching units . The 2 cycle program is spread over 2 years, a little over 1,900 hours.

1st year

2 - Semiology of alterations in health status

  • 2.1: General Pharmacology
  • 2.2: Para-clinical examinations
  • 2.4: Semiology of diseases of the nervous system
  • 2.9: Semiology of affections of integumentary and sensory systems
  • 2.10: Semiology of diseases of the immune and hematological systems
  • 2.11: Semiology of psychiatric conditions
  • 2.12: Semiology of pediatric conditions

3 - Human Sciences, Social Sciences, Management and Law

  • 3.1: Psychology and psychosomatic

4 - Osteopathy: foundations and models

  • 4.3: Osteopathic reasoning and clinical approach

5 - Osteopathic practice

  • 5.4: Implementation of diagnostic techniques and tests in different situations
  • 5.11: Diagnosis of opportunity: conduct to be held in consultation

6 - Methods and tools of work

  • 6.2: Osteopathic research and evaluation methodologies
  • 6.5: Scientific and professional English

7 - Development of the skills of the osteopath

  • 7.1: Evaluate a situation and develop an osteopathic diagnosis
  • 7.2: Designing and conducting an osteopathic intervention project

Clinical practice training

2nd year

2 - Semiology of alterations in health status

  • 2.13: Semiology of Geriatric Infections
  • 2.14: Semiology of the athlete's affections
  • 2.16: Dietetics and nutrition

3 - Human Sciences, Social Sciences, Management and Law

  • 3.4: Legislation
  • 3.5: Ethics and Ethics
  • 3.6: Management

6 - Methods and tools of work

  • 6.3: Methodology of analysis of professional practice
  • 6.5: Scientific and professional English

7 - Skills Development

  • 7.4: Analyze and evolve your professional practice
  • 7.5: Prepare a professional installation

Clinical practice training

Memory

Last updated July 2019

About the School

L’École Supérieure d’Ostéopathie naît en avril 1990 à l’initiative de son actuel Président & Directeur d’Études Roger CAPOROSSI, ostéopathe diplômé de la Société d’Enseignement, d’Études & de ... Read More

L’École Supérieure d’Ostéopathie naît en avril 1990 à l’initiative de son actuel Président & Directeur d’Études Roger CAPOROSSI, ostéopathe diplômé de la Société d’Enseignement, d’Études & de Recherches des Techniques Ostéopathiques, expert en matière de formation et de pratiques liées à cette discipline. Read less
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