• What is SOT?

    Sacro-Occipital Technique (SOT) is a chiropractic technique offering an holistic approach to chiropractic healthcare.

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    What is SOT?
  • SOT Chiropractor Search

    All of the practitioners listed in our search are active members of SOTO Europe.

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  • What is SOTO Europe?

    Sacro-Occipital Technique Organisation (SOTO) Europe was formed in 1986 to provide training for European chiropractors in Sacro-Occipital Technique.

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    What is SOTO Europe?
  • Becoming a Certified SOT Practitioner

    There are three levels of SOT certification Basic, Advanced and Craniopath. Each level requires practitioners to have attended a certain number of hours of training and in practice, prior to sitting written and practical exams.

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    Becoming a Certified SOT Practitioner

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Welcome to SOTO Europe

Sacro-Occipital Technique (SOT) is a system of chiropractic originally developed by Dr M.B. DeJarnette. Best known for cranial work, SOT also involves detailed analysis and correction of the spine, pelvis, extremities and visceral system.

SOTO (Sacro-Occipital Technique Organisation) Europe was formed in 1986 under the leadership of Dr Jonathan Howat, to teach technique seminars for chiropractors, promote scientific reasearch into SOT and SOT Craniopathy and conduct certification examinations that demonstrate a chiropractor's proficiency in SOT chiropractic.

Today SOTO Europe is one of a number of recognised SOT organisations from around the world who have come together under an international alliance, SOTO International.

Featured Course


June Seminar 2015

Milton Common, Nr Thame, Oxfordshire, OX9 2JW

"Pearls of Wisdom" 30th Anniversary Summer Seminar, BBQ and Dinner Dance

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Forthcoming Courses


Foundations of SOT 2 Amsterdam 2015

City Centre, Amsterdam

Continuing and developing the introductory information from module 1.

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