As we head into Migraine Awareness Week (3rd to 8th September), here are a few facts about this disabling condition that might surprise you: Migraine is the world’s third most common illness, suffered by one in seven people across the globe and eight million people here in the UK; Migraines affect twice as many women… Read more »
Most of us have experienced headaches at some point in our lives. They can be painful, debilitating, annoying and worrying. But they also come in many forms. So, what are the causes and how can we relieve the symptoms? Headaches are not always as straightforward as you may think, in fact there are over 150… 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.
As a medic I am luckily privy to insider knowledge on who the very best osteopaths are, which is how I got to see Robin. He resurrected my back after three months of agony and being unable to even sit down . His approach is totally holistic and perhaps most importantly he has taught me… Read more »
I have been a patient of Robin Kiashek and also referred many of my patients. The consensus of all of us is that he has been a committed, thoughtful and wise osteopath who has also brought in other disciplines and approaches to his work to achieve an even greater chance of benefit.
Robin Kiashek is my ‘go-to’ osteopath for my complex patients with neck and back problems. He combines excellent clinical care, effective treatment and a friendly approachable manner. He always communicates well with patients and the referring specialist. I would strongly recommend him to anyone in search of a first class osteopath
When I sit before you
I often cease to find
The cause of pain and tension
And what lies festered in my mind.
I had been suffering from headaches since childhood. Over the years, these had become more frequent and delibitating to the point where it was most unusual for me to have a day free of headache. Headaches became migraines and I felt ‘better’ when the migraines had retreated to the state of ‘mere’ headaches. I was… Read more »
He diagnosed TMJ (temperomandibular joint – a joint hinging the upper and lower jaw bones) dysfunction as a principle cause of my symptoms. This was confirmed by a dentist and further by a consultant neurologist. I have also suffered a number of physical injuries, for example: badly bruised ribs, a ‘cricked’ neck and very recently… Read more »