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  Trevor has a background in semi-professional and Hertfordshire County football and rugby and it was his sporting background that led him to develope a career in osteopathy.

Trevor attended the full-time osteopathic course at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine, BCOM, (formerly known as the British College of Naturopathy and Osteopathy, BCNO), from 1991 to 1995, graduating with a BSc (Hons) in Osteopathic Medicine and one Diploma in Osteopathy and one in Naturopathy.

He has been a registered osteopath with the General Osteopathic Council, GOC, since qualification in 1995 to the present day. He is also a member of the British Osteopathic Association, BOA, and the Sutherland (Cranial) Society.

As a post-graduate he is committed to Continual Professional Development, CPD, and has attended many courses and seminars from which he has applied the skills and information learnt to the benefit of his osteopathic approach and treatments.


· Cranial Osteopathy - Osteopathy in the Cranial Field.
- Infantile Colic.
· Jeff Booker’s Fitness Golfer - A Complete and Biomechanical Approach to Golf Performance, Fitness and Injuries.
· The Treatment of Animals with Osteopathy - Equine and Small Animals.

Trevor Cox has had his own practice since 1996 and works from his main practice at
Oasis Therapy, St. Albans, but he is also available for home visits.

He also works from the Letchworth Centre, Letchworth, where he has been since qualification in 1995 and the Watford Osteopathic Practice, Watford since 1996.

Osteopaths treat a wide range of patients from babies and children up through adulthood to the elderly. Some osteopaths also apply the principles and treatment approaches of human osteopathy to the benefit of animals, working on small animals such as cats and dogs up to horses and other wild exotic animals.