Research and evidence informed practice is a continually changing landscape, and there is increasingly a larger body of evidence in support of manual approaches in complex and chronic pain, in infant care, and in supporting women through pregnancy, post partum and across the lifespan.
Osteopathic practice draws from a wide range of evidence fields and from large inter-disciplinary fields of care and study.
Commentaries about the evidence base considered in osteopathic practice in womens health is being updated to the OPIS service, and you can explore here.
Whombs, and its supporting organisation, the International Society for Osteopathic Healthcare (isohc.org) is organising networks of practitioners to consider evidence in practice, and are developing practice based research networks. The find out more about the PBRN, see here.