International Men’s Day is about celebrating the positive value men bring to the world, their families, and communities. And they do. Every day. Which is why it’s so sad that suicide is still the leading cause of death among 20-49-year-old men**. When it comes to male mental health, there is still a lot of work left to be done.
So it was fantastic to be able to contribute some thoughts on why qualities traditionally seen as masculine can be damaging to male mental health to Balance Magazine. You can read the full article – Poor Male Mental Health: The Physical Signs – here.
Robin Kiashek’s London Osteopathy practice is based in two clinics: in Soho, Central London W1 and North London N2/N10. Robin works with his patients to help them make small changes to their lives which may result in a big difference to their wellbeing.
All about Robin
Robin Kiashek graduated in 1996 with a Bachelor of Science honours degree in Osteopathic Medicine (including a Diploma in Nutrition) from what is now known as The British College of Osteopathic Medicine (formerly The British College of Naturopathy and Osteopathy), an institution accredited by the University of Westminster.
Over the years, he has completed a range of additional training:
- with The British Medical Acupuncture Society in Western Medical Acupuncture.
- in Low Level Laser Therapy, which he uses extensively alongside his osteopathic work
- in The Perrin Technique with Dr Ray Perrin around Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME (https://theperrintechnique.com)
- with International Training Seminars (ITS), completing a Masters programme in Neuro Linguistic Programming & Coaching
Throughout the year, he also undertakes post-graduate training (CPD) to further his knowledge in the latest Osteopathic and allied therapies.
**Office for National Statistics