Are you beset by pain and unable to do the things you need and want to do? There are so many reasons why you may wish to visit an Osteopath for treatment, from painful neck, shoulders, back, muscle and joint problems to specific workplace or sporting injuries.
The Twyford Practice in Fortis Green is just over a mile from Alexandra Palace. It’s a pleasant 25-minute walk through the streets of North London and is also easily accessible by bus and by car (with ample free parking).
With your permission, I will carry out an assessment to see if we can work together to improve your symptoms using a combination of treatment and lifestyle changes. Our aim will also be to help you to stay pain free for longer by preventing them from returning. With over 20 years’ experience of Osteopathy and allied therapies, I offer safe, gentle and effective treatment for a wide age range of patients within a leafy area of North London just a mile away from Alexandra Palace.
Why should you choose Robin Kiashek at the Twyford Practice near Alexandra Palace?
As a London Osteopath and Naturopath (with clinics in North London, near Alexandra Palace, and Soho, Central London) registered with both The General Osteopathic Council and The British Naturopathic Association, I am committed to helping my patients achieve physical and emotional wellbeing.
Over the years, I have expanded my breadth of expertise to encompass a range of therapies, enabling me to offer each patient a bespoke treatment suited to them. Much like sporting professionals now realise that yoga, pilates and meditation can help improve performance, I also believe that the more areas in which I studied, qualified, and ultimately practised, the better I could treat my patients. And so, my treatment plans often encompass a multitude of different techniques, such as:
- Low Level Laser Therapy – a pain-free, non-invasive treatment that involves a low-power light beam being placed on the injured area.
- Naturopathy – a complementary health profession based on the age-old philosophy that the human body has the innate ability to heal itself through nature.
- Autogenic Training – a potent relaxation therapy with powerful applications in restoring, healing and developing the body and mind.
- 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.
What are my Qualifications?
In 1996 I graduated 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). This institution is accredited by the University of Westminster. I am also a fully qualified practitioner in Western Medical Acupuncture, having trained with The British Medical Acupuncture Society. And, as more is known about the body and new treatments are discovered, I stay abreast of knowledge and techniques associated with the latest Osteopathic and allied therapies via continuous post-graduate training (CPD) throughout the year.
For more information on my work as a London Osteopath and Naturopath as well as about the other therapies I offer, or to book a consultation, please contact me.