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Ground Floor Suite, 51 Milton Road, Westcliff-on-Sea, SS0 7JP

[near to Cricketers Pub]

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All of our practitioners are registered with the General Osteopathic Council, as well as being members of The Institute of Osteopathy (formerly known as The British Osteopathic Association). They all carry the recommended level of insurance cover.

Anthony Kanutin

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Anthony Kanutin was born and bred in Southend-On-Sea. He has been established in practice since 1984 at Milton Road Westcliff having qualified at The British School of Osteopathy [BSO], now called "University College of Osteopathy".

 

After being asked back to the BSO  as a clinic tutor in 1985, he was involved in  training and assessment of student osteopaths in clinical practice for many years.

 

In 1991 he became one of the first Osteopaths to work within the NHS after the introduction of GP fundholding, running  clinics at Family Health Care in Leigh-on-Sea until 2011. The City practice was opened in 2000, initially in Fenchurch Street then within Medicentre [walk in private doctor surgery] in Cheapside near Bank station. We are now located at 7 Well Court, off Bow Lane.

 

He has acted [and still acts] as an external examiner in assessing clinical competence in final year osteopathic students for numerous Osteopathic educational institutions since 1999. This  checks that students have the necessary clinical skills to practice independently.

 

Another role has been the assessment of Osteopaths from outside the European Union who wish to practice within the U.K.  to check for clinical competence in line with UK standards.

 

Anthony was appointed [in 2009], by the Appointments Commission, to the Professional Conduct Committee for The General Osteopathic Council, which is the statutory regulator of the osteopathic profession, and was reappointed for another 4 year term of office.

 

He now sits as a panel chair on the Fitness to Practice committee for the Nursing & Midwiffery professions {NMC}

 

Anthony is an Osteopathic course reviewer for the Quality Assurance Agency [which monitors and maintains standards in higher education]. He undertook the initial recognition review of the Osteopathic course at Leeds Metropolitan University, and the initial BSO Undergraduate Masters’ course.

 

International experience came  as an external examiner for the University of Wales who validated an Osteopathic degree course within Hamburg Germany.

 

Anthony  attends many postgraduate courses including one at the national sports medicine institute in core stability.

 

All of this clinical experience and assessment means Anthony has seen a hugely diverse array of approaches to osteopathic practice, allowing him the ability to draw on this when tackling difficult clinical problems, as well as striving for best practice.

Anthony Kanutin

To speak to Anthony, call 01702 332 424