Choosing to study osteopathy at BCOM means you will always have face to face teaching as part of your Master’s degree. As an allied health professional, osteopaths have been able to continue to see and treat patients throughout the pandemic.
Leckenby JI, Chacon MA, Rolfe K, Lichtman JW, Grobbelaar AO. (2019) Development of the interscutularis model as an outcome measure for facial nerve surgery, 2019 Annals of Anatomy, 223:127-135
Mark G.Hines, Neale A. Tillin, Jin Luo, Raymond Y.W. Lee. Passive elastic contribution of hip extensors to joint moments during walking in people with low back pain. Clinical Biomechanics Volume […]
Branford, O.A., Rolfe K.J. Is understanding fetal wound repair the Holy Grail to preventing scarring? Chapter In Wiley’s Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine Book Series. Accepted and In Press Mehta, […]
Mehta, M., Branford O,, Rolfe K.J. The evidence for natural therapeutics as potential anti-scarring agents in burns related scarring. Burns & Trauma. 2016:4:15. Bramati-Castellarin, Patel, V.B., Drysdale, I.P. Repeat-measures longitudinal […]
Feld A., Maddick A.F., Laurent S. Safeguarding children in osteopathic practice part 2: managing concerns about children. International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine 2015; 18: 297-304. Horsburgh, S; Todryk, S., Toms, […]
Kennard E, Saaid A, Lieberman K, Rolfe KJ A preliminary comparison of laryngeal manipulation and post postural treatment on voice quality in a prospective randomised crossover study. J Voice, 2015; […]
Drysdale, I.P., Hinkley, H., Rolfe, K.J. Patient perception of osteopathic training in the UK and patient reported experience. International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine 2013; 16(4): 187-191. Drysdale, I.P., Rolfe, K.J., […]