Dr Ioná Bramati-Castellarin
Dr Ioná Bramati-Castellarin graduated from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM) in 2001 and for the past 18  years has been practicing in London at IBCcare. Dr Bramati-Castellarin is a specialist with a doctorate on the Effects of Visceral Osteopathy in Autistic children suffering from Gastrointestinal Dysfunction. Dr Bramati-Castellarin was awarded a PhD by the University of Westminster, London, a project that was approved for collaboration with King’s College Hospital, London, endorsed by the National Autistic Society and sponsored by BCOM via a grant from the British Naturopathic and Osteopathic Association. Dr Bramati-Castellarin is committed to helping improve the quality of life and wellbeing of children on the autism spectrum using a non-invasive form of therapy, Visceral Osteopathy as well as her patients at IBC care clinic. After graduating from BCOM, Dr Bramati-Castellarin attended numerous post-graduate courses in visceral, cranial, and structural osteopathy. She is a former BCOM Clinic Tutor and Paediatric Lecturer and current lecturer at the University College of Osteopathy (UCO). She has worked at the specialist Osteopathic Centre for Children, London and has been a practitioner on call at St John and St Elizabeth’s Birth Unit, treating new-born babies and mothers post-labour. Dr Bramati-Castellarin is an international speaker at a large number of osteopathic colleges and conferences in the UK and Europe and was awarded the Elsevier/International Conference on Advances in Osteopathic Research New Researcher Prize at ICAOR 10 in Brazil for her research in treating autistic children with visceral osteopathic techniques.