Clinical Sports and Remedial Massage Therapist
Arthur Kyeyune is a Clinical Sports and Remedial Massage Therapist whose practice is founded on orthopaedic and myofascial assessment, treatment, rehabilitation exercise and management of vast ranges of injuries, pain and dysfunction found primarily within the musculoskeletal system. Graduating from the London School of Sports Massage Therapy where he was awarded a Level 5 Diploma in Clinical Sports and Remedial Massage Therapy and recognized by the U.K’s industry-leading governing body: The Institute of Sports and Remedial Massage Therapy, Mr. Kyeyune is also currently completing a Masters in Osteopathy at the University of Osteopathy.
Mr. Kyeyune’s practice is mostly concerned with, but not limited to treating immediate problems due to medical conditions while uncovering related underlying issues such as joint dysfunction, postural alignment, occupational factors and rehabilitative exercise. He has garnered significant experience treating clients within professional West End and world-renowned theatre environments. Utilising a range of techniques most suitable in sustaining and supporting performance; Muscle Energy Techniques, Kinesiology Taping as well as Myofascial Release and Neuromuscular Techniques. In 2015, Arthur Kyeyune joined the Elphick Clinic in St Margarets, Richmond where the scope of his practice broadens with a diverse clientele base ranging from competitive athletes, office workers, medical practitioners, and retirees to the elderly and clients in pre or post surgery phases.
Arthur Kyeyune’s practice is influenced by a body of work spanning 22+ years in professional theatre and television industries and his current tenure at the University of London as a Visiting Lecturer where his lectures cover a wide range of body conditioning methods and creative movement practices at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. His practice is fully insured and is regulated by the leading authority in the field and governing body, Institute of Sports and Remedial Massage and Kinesio Taping International, for which he is an active member respectively.