Caroline is highly experienced in visceral manipulation, visceral osteopathy, osteopathic medicine and care of mother and baby. She is very interested in exploring how osteopathy might help people manage pains and problems associated with multiple traumas, complex pain, myofascial components of abdomino-pelvic pain and some post operative adhesion symptoms. Caroline runs courses and lectures in the UK and abroad, speaks at numerous international conferences, publishes books and articles and has a strong interest in research, evidence based practice and developing the profession. She has been involved in osteopathic regulation in various countries, held Principal, Vice Principal and Head of Clinic positions in various osteopathic institutions in UK and has qualifications in education, medical assessment and elearning. She is an experienced expert witness, and regularly leads various projects in osteopathic practice, competence and credentialing. Her passion is for advanced level training and she has developed the CNMO to get osteopathic education back to osteopathic healthcare and away from being box-labelled as a minor orthopaedics profession – towards the vision about somatic components in healthcare, physiology and healing that inspired the founder A.T. Still to establish the profession of osteopathy.