A Career in Animal Osteopathy

Treating, Teaching & Travel

All part of a day’s work for an animal osteopath

Are you interested in becoming an animal osteopath? If so, first take a look at our new video (below), which talks about life as an animal osteopath and the exciting opportunities that are open to you. Then you could take a look at our past student profiles.

PLEASE NOTE: This video was created for ESO students and its alumni. If you have an interest in animal osteopathy, please support your school, by ensuring that you subscribe via this page. Doing so, will link your name to the ESO, our internal validators. This helps us track students who are interested in our courses, but have come via the ESO.

If you would like to read the profiles of some of our past students, click HERE.

If watching our video has sparked your interest in animal osteopathy, take a look through our lists of courses on the AOI website and be sure to subscribe to our newsletter, so that you are one of the first to be informed about our existing new workshops.

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Our courses are divided up into canine and equine, because experience has taught us that many students have a natural preference for one group over the other. Also, whilst there are some similarities between horses and dogs, there are also many differences. Especially when it comes to environmental considerations, associated pathologies and orthopaedic variations.


We teach postgraduate students of all levels. From complete beginners, to those who have undertaken a foundation level PG Certificate, all the way through to experienced veterinary surgeons. So, whatever your level of interest, there is likely to be a course of that suits you. Once you’ve found what you want, feel free get in touch and we will help you to design a pathway of learning that suits your needs.

If you wish to discuss a specific course with us, share your details below and we will get in touch.

Please note, that at this time we are reviewing our course offerings, to see which elements can be taken online (to help students who have to stay at home). As such, some of the details (and prices) on the course content pages may change over the coming weeks. We will however, update followers via our newsletter, so don’t forget to subscribe above ⬆️