Osteopathy is considered an alternative medicine based on the principle that the way your body moves influences how it functions. Osteopathy studies the structure and functions of the body as a system closely integrated, pursuing a balance among the neurological, musculoskeletal, circulatory and visceral structures to improve a person’s well being.
Zainali Panjwani M.Ost, FAFS
The four years of study at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine has provided Zainali with a strong in depth understanding of the body. With his interest in sport, he decided to write his dissertation about hamstring injury prevention in footballers and completed his degree with a Masters in Osteopathy.
Zainali is a fully registered osteopath via the General Osteopathic Council and a member of the Osteopathic Sports Care Association (OSCA) and the British Osteopathic Association (BOA).
During his first year as a graduate osteopath he embarked on an internship program with the Osteopathic Sports Care Association (OSCA). The position involved working alongside GB athletes and provided a great opportunity to learn from Olympic medallists, coaches and S&C practitioners.