Graham Mason

Graham Mason

Graham N G Mason D.O

Graham qualified from the British School of Osteopathy in 1966. He taught at BSO as clinic tutor (1967-72) and as lecturer for Obstetrics and Gynaecology (1972-82).

He was a member of the council of the General Council and Register of Osteopaths and helped take the Osteopaths Act through Parliament in 1993.

Graham has taught extensively at the ESO at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. Until 2013 he taught 4th year Involuntary mechanism at the ESO.

“My teaching is based on clinical applications. I also teach osteopathic pediatrics and how the face integrates with the whole body. I believe in totally integrated osteopathy based on a knowledge of advanced applied anatomy. Over 50 years in osteopathy I love teaching osteopathic medicine and imparting all I know and how we as osteopaths can have a great effect on people’s health. The students are the next generation of osteopathic practitioners and need all the information they can get.”

Graham presently lectures in Barcelona, Russia and Denmark. He is a Trustee of the European School of Osteopathy and has retired from every day practice.