John Carr BSc (Hons) Ost, BSc (Hons) Psychol
John is an English Osteopath who graduated from the European School of Osteopathy in 2007, where he later became an undergraduate lecturer from 2010-14, teaching: Language of Osteopathy; Specific Adjustment Technique (SAT); Subtle Palpation; and Indirect Techniques. He joined the ESO’s International Department in 2013 teaching: SAT; Fascia; Balanced Ligamentous Tension (BLT); Functional Osteopathy; and Cranial Osteopathy, to Belgian, Polish, Russian, Spanish and Danish students.
John has worked at Osteopathic clinics in England, Switzerland and Norway where he now lives and practices. He has taught postgraduate courses at the Norwegian Institute of Osteopathy (Functional Osteopathic Approaches to Sports Injuries) and postgraduate introductory courses in Biodynamic Osteopathy in Norway, Switzerland, Scotland, Spain, The Netherlands, Finland, Russia and Kyrgyzstan.
John has completed Modules 2-9 at the Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy; Phases I-IX Paediatrics I-II of Dr James Jealous’ Biodynamics of Osteopathy courses in America; and has completed a 6 year Paediatric Maternity Biodynamic Osteopathy course in Switzerland with Werner van Camp. He has a previous degree in Psychology and has worked for Career Psychology Ltd in London and with the Psychology Unit of HMP Styal Women’s Prison Young Offenders Institute in Greater Manchester. He was a volunteer at Mencap Junior Gateway Club in Maidstone for 7 years (which he also co supervised for 2 years), working with children with special needs. John also co chaired a voluntary alcohol drug rehabilitation group on the Sex Offenders’ Wing of Wandsworth Prison in London and has worked as a volunteer at Chelsea Westminster Hospital.