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Can nice guys ever finish first? Check out this video suggests a London Osteopath W1

Nice guys finish last – well that’s how the saying goes! While this on the face of it may not sound as if it has anything to do with me being an osteopath in London W1 I wanted to share this short video that sets out to show, with scientific evidence, how nice guys finish… Read more »

5 Things About Chronic Pain Your GP may not have told you shares an osteopath London

As an Osteopath in London treating patients who are suffering with some form of pain, I am always interested in research into pain management and keeping across approaches to pain recovery. SIRPA, which stands for Stress Illness Recovery Practictioners Association, is an organistaion that has a mission to engage health professionals and train them in… Read more »

What’s the difference between classical osteopathy and classical chiropractic explains an osteopath in London

Being an experienced osteopath in London a common questions I get asked is “what’s the difference between osteopathy and chiropractic treatment?” An Osteopath in London explains the difference between (classical) osteopathy and (classical) chiropractic The answer isn’t necessarily a simple one. There are as many similarities as there are differences between the two professions. There… Read more »

20 minutes walking can prolong your life so take a walk suggests North London Osteopath Robin Kiashek

A recent study undertaken at Cambridge University found that a lack of exercise kills twice as many people as obesity. The study of 334,000 people found that a persons life could be prolonged by taking a modest amount of activity. It also indicated that the people who would gain the most would be the least… Read more »

The benefits of Low Level Laser Therapy are many suggests London Osteopath Robin Kiashek

For over 30 years, Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) has been used in the field of osteopathy. As an experienced osteopath in London I use Low Level LAser Therpay in my practice as it offers an effective form of treatment for pain, the healing of wounds and musculoskeltal conditions. These conditions include but are not… Read more »

NHS to trial the Perrin Technique for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME)

As an experienced and busy Osteopath in London I have spent many years helping patients with a variety of conditions. Being qualified in the Perrin Technique, a practice which works towards diagnosing and treating Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), more commonly known as Myalgic Encephalitis or ‘ME’ I am able to help patients with this conditions…. Read more »

Your first visit to an Osteopath in London? London Osteopath Robin Kiashek puts your mind at ease

If you have not visited an Osteopath you may be slightly nervous as to what lies before you. That is why I want to put you at ease regarding your first visit to either of my London Osteopathy clinics at Muswell Hill or Soho and what you can expect. Whilst every treatment and every therapy… Read more »

Straighten up in 2015. Tips to help you from an experienced Osteopath in London

Poor posture affects our physical appearance and can make someone look older and heavier than they really are. However, over time poor posture can have a significant impact on our physical health affecting the spine, shoulders, hips and knees. Unfortunately, as an experienced Osteopath in London I often treat patients whose problems can be related… Read more »

Are you sitting too much? Robin Kiashek Osteopath London share a great video

For most of us modern life means a lot of sitting. It’s hard to escape sitting for long periods of time, Modern life is full of opportunities to sit for long periods, from slouching on the sofa watching TV to sitting in our cars and sitting at an office desk all day long, more and… Read more »

Your genes are not your fate. London Osteopath shares this video by Dean Ornish

Sometimes it is all too easy to fall into the trap of accepting our fate. Sometimes we think that we have no choice but to accept a situation. This is often the case with physical problems; we can think that our problems are genetic. We can think there is nothing we can do and we… Read more »

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