News and Advice
20th May 2017

Celebrating Thirty Five Years

This Easter saw the practice’s thirty-fifth Birthday. Everyone at the practice would like to say a huge thank you to all our patients. In some cases we have had the privilege of treating three generations of the same family.      

20th May 2017

Examining in Sweden

For the second year running Jolyon Livingston travelled to Sweden to moderate the Final Clinical Competence Assessment of final year students at the Stockholm College of Osteopathic Medicine. He will also be moderating the FCC assessments at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in North London in June, something he has done for many years. The …More

20th May 2017

Trainee doctor spends day at practice

Second year medical student Rishi Trivedi spent a day shadowing Mr Livingston as part of an assignment on complementary medicine. Rishi, who studies at Bristol University, said: ‘after… observing a number of consultations at the Cricklade Practice, I came to the conclusion I would recommend osteopathy to my future patients.’ Further extracts from his comprehensive …More

17th October 2016

Talk to Medical Students

In October Jolyon Livingston visited Bristol University to give his fourth annual lecture on osteopathic medicine to second year medical students. He said: ‘It is marvellous to see how motivated the students are and a great opportunity to demonstrate osteopathic thinking and technique to our doctors of the future.’      

7th October 2014

Dave in Hill Climb Challenge

Dave Davies joined in with the Tour of Britain festivities in Great Malvern, taking part in the Hill Climb Challenge.    

7th October 2014

Cricklade Charity Run

Jolyon and Kelly together with Jolyon’s daughter Clemmie Livingston had great fun competing in the Cricklade 10K charity race on Sunday (October 5). Congratulations to the organisers for making it such a great day. Clem finished in just over 47 minutes. Her dad was a bit slower.    


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