Kikodo Clinic In Sevenoaks, Kent, Joins Osteopath Network

The rapidly-growing Osteopath Network, a booking service for osteopathy clinics across the UK has just added the Kikodo Clinic to its team of osteopaths in Sevenoaks, Kent

Online PR News – 20-November-2009 – – The osteopath Network has just registered the Kikodo Clinic, based in Sevenoaks, Kent, into its directory, which is the UK's largest network of osteopaths. This strengthens the organisation’s ability to treat patients in Kent where demand for osteopathic treatment has continued to grow despite the credit-crunch.

Kikodo Clinic has a team of highly qualified professionals who offer a wide range of different therapies. The treatments offered include osteopathy, massage, acupuncture, reiki and sports massage. Dan Graham, one of the osteopaths at the clinic, specialises in cranial osteopathy. Cranial osteopathy is a relatively new treatment which is used on patients who are suffering from stress and tension. This specific treatment has been proven to help babies and young children that have been through traumatic births or suffer from colic.

Tim Goullet, another osteopath at Kikodo clinic, specialises in pre and post natal disorders and sports injuries. In fact Tim’s interest in sports was how he started on the road of complementary therapies. His first academic qualification was a degree in sports, with a special interest in Karate. “Karate is what attracted me to body movement,” says Tim.

After his initial degree, Tim graduated in Osteopathy and Naturopathy in 1993 and has been in private practice since then. Constantly on the lookout for new and improved treatments, Tim has also studied Thai massage in Thailand. “The balance and symmetry of the spine is the fundamental key to the internal and external functions of our body,” Tim says.

About the Osteopath Network
The Osteopath Network comprises more than 600 Osteopaths who have helped to establish this website and appointment booking service for the purpose of:
• Explaining the benefits of osteopathy to prospective patients; and
• Providing a free help-line service to answer the many questions patients may have about Osteopaths and how to make the most of a consultation
Crucially the Osteopath Network is funded by its members so that there is no charge to patients for using the service. All charges are absorbed into the standard consultation rates charged by the practice, and all patients booking through the Osteopath Network are guaranteed that the consultation fees they pay will be the same or lower than patients referred from any other source such as by their local GP.

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