From 2019 ICOM will be offering entrance to Year 1 of a 5 year part time OCI accredited Combined Osteopathic Pathway in partnership with NESCOT and Kingston University leading to a BSc(Hons) in Osteopathy
All other courses are not OCI accredited.
The Irish Institute of Physical Therapy now ICOM has been a leader in Physical Therapy training in Ireland since 1994. September 2018 saw the government giving protection of title to Physiotherapists, Physical Therapy was also included in this title. What this means is that you can only use this title if you have a full-time degree course in Physiotherapy.
This led to the change of name from theIrish Institute of Physical Therapy to theIrish College of Osteopathic medicine.New name but the level of expertise and excellent student experience stays the same.
We now offer a flexible approach to Musculo-Skeletal therapy courses. We give you the flexibility to obtain a qualification that will allow you to work at your level of expertise at the end of each year, and at the end of the 5 years of part time attendance you will be a OCI recognised Osteopath.
Flexible entry points to course depending on prior professional or academic experience so whether you’re a past physical therapy leve2 or 3 student or someone who would like a change of direction in their profession, our college can offer you part time practitioner’s diploma courses in the fast-growing field of complementary medicine.
The college facilities are made available to students for study groups and tutorial sessions throughout the week and the weekends
ICOM is Irelands first and only O.C.I accredited College to teach a degree in Osteopathic Medicine. The ICOM Student Clinic will give students the opportunity to treat patients whilst under supervision at all levels. This insures a professional and safe environment for students and patients at all times