See all Osteopathic Clinics in Westcliff On Sea

Anthony Kanutin & Associates

Anthony Kanutin & Associates

Show Phone NumberGround Floor Suite 51 Milton Road Westcliff-on-Sea Essex, London, SSO 7JPUK
2.8 / 5  Satisfactory
from 1 user
WhatClinic ServiceScore™
Filters cached at 2018/09/23 16:25:51

Opening Hours

Please contact clinic for their opening hours
Enquire for a fast quote from Anthony Kanutin & Associates.

Popular Treatments

Osteopath Consultation
Myofascial Release
Joint Mobilisation or Manipulation
Soft Tissue Massage
Articulation
Muscle Energy Techniques
See all treatments & prices

About Anthony Kanutin & Associates

A results driven team of osteopaths treat patients with painful musculoskeletal and neurological conditions and sports injuries at this clinic located at Cheapside in London. They treat the root cause of the problem rather than the immediate symptoms and help patients enjoy a better quality of life after treatments. A detailed initial assessment of the problem and health condition of the patient is conducted at first and treatments begin if possible as soon as the cause of the pain is diagnosed. Services provided include osteopathy, massage therapy and core stability exercises.

read more

Accreditations

  • GOsC - General Osteopathic Council (Northern Ireland) 
  • BOA - British Osteopathic Association (Northern Ireland) 

Provides

Osteopathy

Osteopathy

Myofascial Release
 
Joint Mobilisation or Manipulation
 
Soft Tissue Massage
 
Articulation
 
Muscle Energy Techniques
 
Osteopath Consultation

Payment Information

Insurance

Private Patients Welcome

NHS

BUPA

AXA PPP Healthcare

Mr Anthony Kanutin

Biography:
Anthony Kanutin was born and bred in Southend On Sea and has been established in practice since 1984 at Milton Road Westcliff having qualified at The British School of Osteopathy [BSO]. After being asked back to the BSO to act as a clinic tutor, he was involved in the training and assessment of student osteopaths in clinical practice from 1985 for many years. In 1991 he became one of the first osteopaths to work within the NHS after the introduction of GP fundholding, running a twice weekly clinic at Family Health Care in Leigh on Sea. This continued up until 2011. The City practice was opened over 10 years ago initially in Fenchurch Street but now within Medicentre [walk in private doctor surgery] in Cheapside near Bank station. He has acted [and still acts] as an external examiner in assessing clinical competence in final year osteopathic students for numerous Osteopathic educational institutions for over 10 years. This is to check that students have the necessary clinical skills to practice independently. Another role has been the assessment of Osteopaths from outside the European Union who wish to practice within the United Kingdom again to check for clinical competence in line with UK standards. Anthony was appointed [in 2009], by the Appointments Commission, to the Professional Conduct Committee for The General Osteopathic Council, which is the statutory regulator of the osteopathic profession, and has recently been reappointed for another 4 year term of office. Anthony is also an Osteopathic course reviewer for the Quality Assurance Agency [which monitors and maintains standards in higher education]. He was involved in the initial recognition review of the osteopathic course at Leeds Metropolitan University as well as the initial Undergraduate masters’ course at the British School of Osteopathy. International experience came when acting as an external examiner for the University of Wales who validated an Osteopathic degree course within Hamburg Germany. Anthony has attended many post graduate courses including a course at the national sports medicine institute in core stability. All of this clinical experience and assessment has meant Anthony has seen a hugely diverse array of approaches to osteopathic practice, and this allows him the ability to draw on this when tackling difficult clinical problems, as well as striving for best practice.

Mr Martin Irving

Biography:
Martin too was born in Essex and became an osteopath after having treatment himself. Having left school he began an engineering course at Thurrock Technical College which (although he didn’t know it at the time) would prove to be very useful later in life. The knowledge acquired in the application of levers and of mechanical loading (compression, torsion, stress etc.) is as relevant to osteopathy as in engineering – and as for the similarities between mechanical engineering and orthopaedic medicine (stabilising bones with metal screws and frames) well, it just doesn’t bear thinking about! The prospect of an engineering career was shortened by the opportunity of an apprenticeship in lithographic printing (printing being a family trait). On completing this training the opportunity arose to work in Antwerp (Belgium) for a company at the forefront of digital print technology. On returning to the UK he worked at various companies within the print industry. It was around this time that he began martial arts training, initially with Karate, but moving on to a class that included many different styles of self-defence. These lessons ultimately proved to be the catalyst for a change of profession – or to be more precise, the inadequate thickness of mats when being thrown to the floor during training! After receiving osteopathic treatment and reaching the point where printing wasn’t providing any job satisfaction, he began the path that would eventually lead to obtaining a degree in osteopathy. In fact this decision took seven years to be realised – two years in further education, passing of the entrance exam to the British School of Osteopathy, and a further five more years of study. Since qualification Martin has practised at Milton Road. For five years (until 2011 when Dr. Lawrence Singer retired) he ran an osteopathic clinic (for NHS patients) at the Family Healthcare Practice in Leigh-on-Sea under the GP fund holder scheme. Since gaining full recognition by all the major healthcare providers he has worked at “Back in the City” at the Medicentre building in Cheapside, London. Like all osteopaths, Martin has to annually demonstrate he has taken steps to increase his knowledge base and technical abilities – which has involved attending a wide variety of lectures, discussion groups, and courses. As someone who has suffered back pain in the past he believes there are major health and financial benefits in maintaining a healthy spine by periodic osteopathic assessment. He is registered with the General Osteopathic Council (a mandatory requirement of being an osteopath), and is a member of the British Osteopathic Association. These days he enjoys high impact sports such as rugby union, rugby league and ice hockey (but being self-employed from the safety of the sidelines!).
Show Phone NumberGround Floor Suite 51 Milton Road Westcliff-on-Sea Essex, London, SSO 7JPUK