Mr Charles Millward
Lecturer in Osteopathy
Interprofessional Studies
Telephone: (01792) 606641
Room: Office - 310
Third Floor
Vivian Building
Singleton Campus

Charles Millward is from Sussex. He became aware of Osteopathy at a young age as his parents were regularly treated with Osteopathy, from there Charles naturally gravitated towards the profession. He attended The British College of Osteopathic Medicine which fitted with his beliefs of Naturopathy, an established philosophy and holistic healthcare system that recognises the healing power of nature.

Charles engages with Year 2 Osteopathic skills. These students are just discovering their ideas on what Osteopathy is for them and he believes in nurturing this discovery. He also supervises dissertations and provides mentorship to students at the University’s Osteopathy Clinics.

The application of classical Osteopathy and it’s validation within modern Osteopathy is one of his main research interests.

Outside of University, Charles runs 2 successful practices in Barry & Cowbridge as well as staying active in a range of activities from golf, running and cycling to surfing and paddle-boarding. He is also an active member of the South Wales Osteopathic Society.

Teaching

  • SHF106 Osteopathic Skills 2

    This module continues to introduce the students to the concepts of osteopathic practice with regards to clinical decision making, patient management and key osteopathic clinical skills. In conjunction with Osteopathic Skills 1, it provides the foundation skills for all subsequent osteopathic skills modules for the programme.

  • SHF203 Osteopathic Skills 3

    This module builds upon the other osteopathic diagnostic and assessment skills modules in year 1 to explore the application of key clinical skills at a developed level.

  • SHF204 Osteopathic Skills 4

    This module builds upon the other osteopathic skills in year 1 and year 2 to explore, evaluate and consolidate the application of key clinical skills at a developed level.