100 Station Parade, Harrogate North Yorkshire, HG1 1HQ
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Tom Cree

The principal Tom Cree qualified at the British School of Osteopathy in 1967 and worked in London with his own practice in Harrow. He moved to Harrogate in 1973 taking over the practice from Mr Roger Farrant initially as a sole practitioner but later taking on associates as the practice expanded.

Tom Cree uses both structural and cranial osteopathic techniques as well as using acupuncture. His forty three year career has given him a wide experience both of patients, their problems and the most effective approaches to treatment. He has always believed in working in close cooperation with GPs and other medical professionals allowing patients to get the best possible care. His daughter has continued this connection with the medical profession; both she and her husband are hospital registrars. As well as his work in Harrogate he has also contributed to osteopathic education both in this country and abroad for over twenty years.

He works as an external examiner and moderator for the General Osteopathic Council and has appeared as an expert witness on their behalf. He has examined at the British School of Osteopathy, the London College of Osteopathic Medicine, the European School of Osteopathy and the British College of Osteopathic Medicine. He has recently agreed to moderate in the final clinical examinations at the Stockholm College of Osteopathic Medicine in Sweden. In addition to this he acts for the University of Wales in helping to validate the Osteopathic honours degree course at the International Academy of Osteopathy at Ghent in Belgium.

He has always believed that patients are entitled to reasonably priced readily available help given in a professional and ethical manner and has done his best to achieve this over the years.