Month: November 2015

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Paracetamol: Not The Answer To Back Pain

Are you taking paracetamols to try and manage your back pain? If you are then you this may not be the best course of action according to the findings of a group of Australian researchers. The group reviewed 13 clinical trials to investigate the efficacy and safety of paracetamol (acetaminophen) in the management of spinal… Read more »

How Osteopathy Is Organised And Regulated explained by our London Osteopath

As with other medical professionals, osteopaths are regulated. This gives you the peace of mind that the osteopath that you are seeing is well qualified and will conform to a rigorous set of clinical standards to ensure your safety and to ensure that you receive the most appropriate treatment for your condition. To become an… Read more »


Neuroplasticity – Increasingly The Buzz Word In Neurological Recovery – from London Osteopath Robin Kiashek

We have been taught that the brain cannot be healed. Brain “damage” is permanent. Neurological problems such as Parkinsons are incurable. But what if we are wrong? Norman Doidge is a distinguished scientist, a medical doctor and a psychiatrist. He is also an author. He wrote The Brain That Changes Itself about seven years ago… Read more »

The Joy Of Being

The Joy Of Being – London Osteopath Robin Kiashek Experiences Eckhart Tolle’s Retreat

Recently I attended a retreat in Norway run and taught by Eckhart Tolle and his partner Kim Eng’s. Widely regarded as a spiritual teacher, Eckhart’s books The Power of Now, Practicing The Power of Now, Stillness Speaks and A New Earth have inspired people around the world. While not aligned to any one particular religion… Read more »

Osteopathy Has Come A Long Way Since The Late 1800s suggests our London osteopath W1 N2 N10

In 1874, in Kirksville Missouri, Andrew Taylor Still, himself a surgeon and also the son of a surgeon, became disillusioned by the medical profession. He recognised that, at that time, medical treatments were largely ineffective and he sought a better solution. His goal was to “restore the body to optimum health with minimal surgery and… Read more »

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Some Back Conditions Patients Visit London Osteopath Robin Kiashek For

Four out of five people suffer from back pain at some time in their lives and as many as one in two will experience back pain in any one year. It is one of the most common problems that people experience. The Backcare charity estimates that 5.6 million working days are lost each year due… Read more »

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Robin Kiashek, Osteopath in London, Suggests you Take a walk by the Thames or a stroll in a Royal Park to soothe your mind

A recent study by Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources at Stanford University into the physical effects of the brain when interacting with nature has concluded that, a walk in the park or within a tranquil environment can improve your mental health and give walkers a more positive mindset. This is great news for… Read more »

London Osteopath Robin Kiashek asks “What’s your poison?”

As an osteopath with clinics in Central London and North London, I’m always interested in people’s perceptions and attitudes towards, diet, exercise, environment, medicines, remedies and treatments, as these are fundamental elements of an individual’s take on health and fitness. As I’ve said on many occasions, a good level of education and knowledge about these… Read more »

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