Tag: osteopath

Do Something Different!

Do Something Different!

Someone once mentioned to me that “we are the sum total of the decisions we make in life” Did you see Chelsea Cameron on Victoria Derbyshire’s show when she thanked her drug-dependent parents for all the things they DIDN’T do for her as a child and the choices she made subsequently?: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-38825332 With this in… Read more »

How to help relieve pain from Rheumatoid Arthritis during winter

How to help relieve pain from Rheumatoid Arthritis during winter

Almost every one of us knows somebody who suffers from Arthritis, and of the most common statements you’ll have heard those friends or family members make is that their symptoms worsen in the winter. Indeed many people who have the condition go to warmer climates for a holiday at this time of year to lessen… Read more »

How Yoga Can Help Back Pain

How Yoga Can Help Back Pain

As a practising osteopath in London I see a number of clients each week that experience back pain, in varying forms and severities. For these clients I am able to provide a comprehensive treatment plan and we work together over a number of sessions to treat the problem. In addition to treatment provided by myself… Read more »

Video Blog: The Dripping Tap Syndrome

Video Blog: The Dripping Tap Syndrome

Back in June, we posted an article describing The Dripping Tap Syndrome, which aims to explain the reason why many people visit an Osteopath. This month we follow this up with a video blog from Robin explaining further what this means. If you would like to speak to Robin about anything covered within this video… Read more »

What is Sciatica?

What is Sciatica?

Sciatica (or in layman’s terminology lumbago) is a common nerve pain, which is a symptom of an underlying condition that affects the back, hips and legs. It is characterised by a pain accompanied sometimes by pins & needles and/or numbness and/or weakness in the legs. Sometimes the pain affects both legs, and though it most… Read more »

Western Medical Acupuncture

Acupuncture Video Blog

Western Medical Acupuncture is just one technique used by London Osteopath Robin Kiashek. In this short video, Robin explains what this type of acupuncture is. For more information on acupuncture please click here. The Robin Kiashek Central London Osteopathy Clinic Providing Osteopathy and related services to Central London including London W1 and Soho. The Robin… Read more »

10 Tips for Maintaining a Healthy Spine

10 Tips for Maintaining a Healthy Spine

Here at Robin Kiashek Clinics we have been looking after patients with back pain and structural spinal problems for over twenty years. In some cases, pain is related to the way we are built but in others pain is present because of a recent or historical injury. Any pain is a signal that the body… Read more »

Low level laser therapy

What is Low Level Laser Therapy?

Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) is a technique used by London Osteopath Robin Kiashek. In this short video, Robin explains what low level laser therapy is and what it can be used to treat. For more information on Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) please click here. The Robin Kiashek Central London Osteopathy Clinic Providing Osteopathy… Read more »

The Dripping Tap Syndrome

The Dripping Tap Syndrome

There are a number of questions I am frequently asked when I tell people I am an Osteopath. These generally go along the lines of “what do you actually do”, “how are you different from a Chiropractor” or “what can you treat?” Conversationally these questions are easier to answer, however this printed article has a… 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 »

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