Frequently Asked Questions - London Osteopathic Society

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What is the intention of the London Osteopathic Society (LOS)?
LOS exists as a social and educational organisation through which members can exchange ideas, attend talks and socialise with others. Meetings are organised throughout the year at very little cost to attenders, and this is especially useful for those newly qualified or working as sole practitioners, although those from a wide variety of working environments attend our get-togethers. Please see About Us for more.

Who is eligible to join?
Osteopaths and Osteopathy Students.

How can I join?
You can pay via bank transfer or PayPal, please see For Members.

Are LOS meetings only open to members?
Any osteopath can come along, but members pay a greatly reduced rate. They receive notification of meetings, priority booking at pre-bookable events, and access to the Members Area.

Is it necessary to let you know in advance that I intend coming to a meeting?
Preferably Yes, as space and seats might be limited. Otherwise just turn up.

How much does membership cost?
It's £25 per year, but feel free to see For Members page.

If I have any questions, suggestions or requests?
Please contact us.

Where are the details of upcoming lectures?
The CPD & Events page gives the full diary of events, together with the address of the venue.

I do not know my log in information for the site.
To find out and access the Members Area please contact us.

Are there places still available for the lecture?
If the lecture is not shown as fully booked or unavailable, then there are places, we look forward to seeing you. See the CPD & Events page.
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