Osteopathie Schule Deutschland® – 3rd Group AT17 – ATHENS

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3rd Group AT17 (2017-2021)

Information about 3rd Year (2019)

Time schedule of the 3rd year 2019 (3rd Group – G3)

OSTEO 17: Visceral III 01.02.-03.02.2019 Richard Twining (course room epimorfosis)

OSTEO 18: BLT 15.03.-17.03.2019 Michael Vittoria (course room epimorfosis)

OSTEO 19: Cranial III 10.05.-12.05.2019 Judith Weisz (Hotel OSCAR)

OSTEO 20: Biomechanics III 28.06-30.06.2019 Prof. Paul Klein (Hotel OSCAR)

OSTEO 21: Methodology & evidence based Osteopathy 13.07.- 14.07.2019 Costas Kypriotis (Hotel OSCAR)

OSTEO 22: Fascia I 20.09.-22.09.2019 Alessio Iacopini (course room epimorfosis)

OSTEO 23: Cervical Spine 18.10-20.10.2019 Yves Waldburger (course room epimorfosis)

OSTEO 24: Medicine Ortho, Neuro, Radio 08.11.-10.11.2019 Dr. Theodosios Koukoubis & Dr. Konstantinos Filippopolitis (course room epimorfosis)

3rd Year Exams will be held on January, 18 – 19 2020

Examiner: Michael Vittoria


Time schedule of the 4th year 2020 (3rd Group – G3)

OSTEO 25: Structural Integration & Clinics 21.02.-23.02.2020 Jonas Broome (course room epimorfosis)

OSTEO 26: Visceral IV 24.04.-26.04.2020 Richard Twining (course room epimorfosis)

OSTEO 27: Gynaecology 15.05.-17.05.2020 Cristian Ciranna-Raab (course room epimorfosis)

OSTEO 28: Paediatrics 29.05.-31.05.2020 Dr. Ioná Bramati (course room epimorfosis)

OSTEO 29: Strain, Counterstrain 19.06.- 21.06.2020 Prof. Dr. John Glover (course room epimorfosis)

OSTEO 30: Cranial IV 18.09.-20.09.2020 Torsten Liem (course room epimorfosis)

OSTEO 31: Lymphatics 23.10-25.10.2020 Dr. Richard Perrin (course room epimorfosis)

OSTEO 32: Integration – Conference (optional) 13.11.-15.11.2020

4th Year Exams will be held on November, 28 – 29 2020

Examiner: Michael Vittoria


Clinical Practice (shadowing) 20 hours minimum will be held on Mondays right after the courses for those who liveoutside Athens. The participants who live in Athens will practice the rest Mondays till the exams.

You can deposit the amount of 300€ to one of the following accounts:

National Bank of Greece: IBAN GR6801102170000021744103439 SWIFT(BIC): ETHNGRAA or
Piraeus Bank of Greece: ΙΒΑΝ GR5501722380005238070348955 SWIFT(BIC): PIRBGRAA or
Alpha Bank of Greece: ΙΒΑΝ GR4801407080708002002013410 SWIFT(BIC): CRBAGRAA or
Eurobank of Greece: ΙΒΑΝ GR4502600370000010201090153 SWIFT(BIC): ERBKGRAA


You can also make your payments via DEBIT or CREDIT CARD (free of charge) from the below links:

money-coinINSTALLMENT (300€)



epimorfosis_logoAthens’s Venue:
Course room «epimorfosis»
105 Karaoli & Dimitriou Str. (ex Eleftherias), 18345 – Moschato – Athens
Tel. : +30 210 4829303


logo (1)Athens’ Venue:
Filadelfias 25 & Samou, across the Railway station Larisis
Tel: +30 210 8834215 – 19





Introduction on Osteopathy

(W.H.O. Benchmarks on Education and Training)

Osteopathy was developed by Andrew Taylor Still, a physician and surgeon in the United States of America in the mid-1800s, who established the first independent school of osteopathy in 1892.

Osteopathy (also called osteopathic medicine) relies on manual contact for diagnosis and treatment. It respects the relationship of body, mind and spirit in health and disease; it lays emphasis on the structural and functional integrity of the body and the body’s intrinsic tendency for self-healing. Osteopathic practitioners use a wide variety of therapeutic manual techniques to improve

physiological function and/or support homeostasis that has been altered by somatic (body framework) dysfunction, i.e. impaired or altered function of related components of the somatic system; skeletal, arthrodial and myofascial structures; and related vascular, lymphatic, and neural elements.

Osteopathic practitioners use their understanding of the relationship between structure and function to optimize the body’s self-regulating, self-healing capabilities. This holistic approach to patient care and healing is based on the concept that a human being is a dynamic functional unit, in which all parts are interrelated and which possesses its own self-regulatory and self-healing mechanisms. One essential component of osteopathic health care is osteopathic manual therapy, typically called osteopathic manipulative treatment (OMT), which refers to an array of manipulative techniques that may be combined with other treatments or advice, for example on diet, physical activity and posture, or counselling. The practice of osteopathy is distinct from other health-care professions that utilize manual techniques, such as physiotherapy or chiropractic, despite some overlap in the techniques and interventions employed. As a hands-on approach to patient care, osteopathy has contributed to the body of knowledge of manual therapies and complementary and alternative medicine.

Osteopathy is practised in many countries throughout the world. In some countries, manual therapists use osteopathic techniques and claim to provide osteopathic treatment, although they may not have received proper training.


The German School of Osteopathy (Osteopathie Schule Deutschland OSD)

OSD was founded in 1999 by the German osteopath Torsten Liem DO.

Initially offering a part-time course in Hamburg and Stuttgart, open to medical doctors, physiotherapists and naturopaths (German Heilpraktiker), the school expanded rapidly.

A founding member of the Osteopathic European Academic Network (OsEAN), the mission oft he school was from the very beginning to offer high academic standards in its educational programs.

In 2003 the first cooperation with the University of Wales was established. This allowed to school to change its part time course into a Bachelor degree and to establish a Master’s degree in Paediatric Osteopathy.

In 2006 Cristian Ciranna-Raab BSc, DO, an English trained osteopath joined the faculty, as a vice principle of the school, who became took over the direction of the school in 2007.

In 2009 the school managed to get validated from a German University. This was a very important step for German osteopathy, as OSD was the first school in Germany to receive a state recognition, and the first in Europe to offer a Masters degree in osteopathy on a part time basis in 5 years of training.


Today the school offers the part time degree in 6 different cities in Germany, the full time degree, now validated, in Berlin, and has different cooperating schools abroad, which have adopted the OSD academic curriculum (Poland, Italy, Belgium)

OSD is well known for its international faculty, and for being the most active school organizing international events.


Programs of OSD are:

Masters degree in Osteopathy Part time (5years)
Masters degree in OSteopathy Full time (5years)
Master degree (post-graduate) Paediatric Osteoapthy (2 years)
Postgraduate Diploma course in Sports Osteopathy (1year
Conversion course MSc – Belgium
Postgraduate Diploma Paedaitric OSteoapthy – Italy
Part time Osteoapthy Diploma course – Poland

The GermanSchool is memeber of the German Bundesarbeitsgemeinschaft für Osteopathie (BAO) and its degrees are not only conforms to university criteria, but also to national requirements.

Currently over 700 students are immatriculated onto OSD programs.

For more information in German: http://www.osteopathie-schule.de


There are more than 50 tutors in Osteopathy School.

Suggested Hotels

You can make your own reservation declaring the name of epimorfosis.


Hotel OSCAR*** single room B&B 35 €.  More information:
Tel.: +30 210 8834215 εως 19

Hotel Delfini** single room B&B 45 €. More information:
Tel.: +30 210 9415364 & 9415373

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