Osteopath in the City
If you’re struggling with aches and pains and are seeking osteopathic treatment in the City of London (EC1/EC2) area contact Robin Kiashek Osteopath clinic in central London conveniently located for city workers in Regent Street.
Offering bespoke Osteopathic treatment, combined with Naturopathy and other allied therapies, I provide a safe and comfortable treatment experience from the busy, centrally located Central Soho Complementary Health Clinic – which you can find situated right in the heart of London, just a short tube or bus ride from most City locations.
How Osteopathy can help:
Osteopathy has been shown to be effective in treating the symptoms of musculoskeletal disorders involving muscles, ligaments, joints, nerves, cartilage, tendons and the general skeletal system. As an Osteopath working in a conveniently located in the centre of London, I work with a variety of complaints, including one-off workplace or sporting injuries to the back or joints, ongoing treatment of sporting professionals and much in between.
To me, it is vital to not just treat the symptom, but also to understand how the pain may have developed, so that we can work to ensure that it does not return. Therefore, during the initial 45-minute consultation, I will take a full history to build up a picture of your routines and habits to see where things might be going awry and to establish if there are any significant root causes of the pain that need to be addressed medium-long term.
Through this in-depth and thorough initial consultation, I can ensure that your treatment plan is bespoke, and takes as many factors into consideration as possible.
Not just Osteopathy, but also a wide range of other therapies, my treatment plans often encompass a multitude of styles, ensuring a considered patient experience. These may include the use of:
- Western Acupuncture – a therapy which has its philosophy based on a Western medical neuro-physiological model. Primarily known as a treatment which aims to relieve pain, the applications of Western Acupuncture have widened significantly as the practice has evolved.
- Naturopathy – a complementary health profession based on the age-old philosophy that the human body has the innate ability to heal itself through nature.
- Low Level Laser Therapy – a pain-free, non-invasive treatment that involves a low-power light beam being placed on the injured area. * Autogenic Training – a potent relaxation therapy with powerful applications in restoring, healing and developing the body and mind.
Osteopath in Central London:
Situated in Regent Street, The Robin Kiashek Clinic is easy to reach from all areas of the City of London. It’s a short ride on the Central Line from Bank, St Paul’s or Chancery Lane underground stations to Oxford Circus and just eight minutes’ walk to the clinic. Alternatively, catch the Circle Line from Tower Hill, Cannon Street, Blackfriars or Mansion House and change to the Central Line at Monument. Piccadilly Circus, just six minutes’ walk from the clinic, services the Piccadilly and Bakerloo lines, although Bond Street underground and the Jubilee Line are also within easy reach, just 12 minutes’ walk away. Wherever you travel from, there are plenty of shops, restaurants and cafés in the area to interest you during your short walk to the clinic. You could even spend time relaxing in the pleasant and leafy Golden Square, just a stone’s throw away.
Located in the very heart of London’s bustling West End, many of my patients visit my osteopathy clinic in Soho from The City of London as well as Clerkenwell and beyond.