Author: Robin Kiashek

London Osteopath Robin Kiashek asks With The Shorter Daylight Hours, Should You Take Vitamin D Supplements?

With The Shorter Daylight Hours, Should You Take Vitamin D Supplements?

Insufficient Vitamin D can lead to softened bones, potentially causing rickets in children and osteomalacia or osteoporosis in adults. With Vitamin D coming from exposure to the sun, should you take Vitamin D supplements as the days shorten? Vitamin D helps the body absorb calcium and phosphate. Both of these help keep your bones strong…. Read more »

Announcing Associate Therapists At Our Osteopathy Clinic In Central London

Announcing Associate Therapists At Our Osteopathy Clinic In Central London

As The Robin Kiashek Central London Osteopathy Clinic continues to grow, we have been able to expand our reach and bring in two highly experienced associate therapists, both with specialisms that offer additional support to our patients. Alexander Technique – Adrian Farrell Bringing the Alexander Technique to our list of focused treatments, Adrian Farrell has… Read more »

Professional, highly Skilled, holistic – Robin’s treatments have helped reduce my back and neck pain which had plagued me for years. He has taught me how to reduce re-occurrences through exercise and lifestyle change – I was very despondent before I came to see him and he continues to help me hugely; I’m very grateful.

“Is pain an illusion?” asks London Osteopath Robin Kiashek

I came cross this video on YouTube recently, which talks about pain and how it manifests itself physically and mentally. It’s by a guy called Lorimer Moseley, a clinical neuroscientist, seeking to explain ‘Why Things Hurt’. Please check it out… As an Osteopath working in both Central London and North London, I deal with people’s… Read more »

Walk In The Park

London Osteopath Robin Kiashek suggests that you Improve your mental health with a walk in the park

According to a recent study into the physical effects of the brain when interacting with nature, a walk in the park can improve your mental health. The study, which has been conducted as part of the Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources at Stanford University, has observed physical changes taking place in the brains… Read more »

How To Get Referred To An Osteopath In North London Or Central London

It is most certainly the case for osteopaths in Central London and North London such as myself, that it’s becoming much more common place to be working alongside GP’s and other healthcare professionals to provide private treatment by way of referrals. Bodies such as the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) recommend osteopathy… Read more »

Eat healthy and pile on the pounds says London Osteopath Robin Kiashek

Eat Healthy And Pile On The Pounds Says London Osteopath Robin Kiashek

Lack of easy to access credible information about nutrition and diet, often leads to people who want to eat well seeking ‘healthier’ options, but in actual fact they end up piling on the pounds. There are a lot of issue here, from food labelling and position of goods in the supermarkets, to advertising and a… Read more »

I have worked with Robin for over 15 years and his skill and dedication have been demonstrated countless times. I treat a lot of facial pain and TMD and I have found his holistic approach is of enormous benefit to my patients, those that see him can expect a smoother, faster recovery and better long… Read more »

London Osteopath Robin Kiashek Shares Why Detox Is a Marketing Myth

The Robin Kiashek Central London Osteopathy Clinic Providing Osteopathy and related services to Central London including London W1 and Soho. The Robin Kiashek North London Osteopathy Clinic Providing Osteopathy and related services to North London including London N2, N10, Muswell Hill and East Finchley.

Hi Robin I have been meaning to send you this email for a while now but keep on putting it off. I’m very sorry I didn’t send it sooner! Recently I have been feeling great… I have a lot of work on and everything else in my life is going well (or as well as… Read more »

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