Acupuncture & Massage Therapist
BSc (Hons) LicAc MBAcC
Licensed Registered Acupuncturist
Kevin trained at The College of Integrated Chinese Medicine gaining a BSc (Hons) in Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture and a Licentiate in Acupuncture (LicAc).
Before training in acupuncture Kevin had several years of clinical experience of sports massage successfully treating many long standing and acute soft tissue conditions.
Kevin has long been interested in Eastern medicine and philosophy and spent four months travelling through India practicing Yoga.
Kevin specialises in treating painful musculoskeletal conditions and anxiety / stress integrating Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Five Element Constitutional Acupuncture.
Alongside acupuncture Kevin incorporates other techniques of Chinese Medicine such as cupping, guasha, tuina (chinese remedial massage) and sports massage / relaxation tailoring treatments according to his patient’s individual needs.
Post graduate training and certification has been completed through NADA-UK in the NADA protocol to assist the detoxification and withdrawal process from toxic substances including alcohol, drugs and tobacco. A weekly ear acupuncture clinic is run to facilitate this process – this protocol can also be used for stress management.
Kevin is a fully registered member of the British Acupuncture Council adhering to their strict codes of Safe Practice and Professional Conduct, which ensures the highest standards in practice, training and safety.
Kevin works out of the Goswell Road Clinic.
What Kevin’s Clients Have to Say
“I have visited the Prebend Clinic on various occasions and always found the intimate environment a place to take stock and draw breath. Kevin Towell, the massage therapist I typically see there, is a master of his craft. He is extremely diligent and always takes the time to understand the particular problem (in my case neck and back pain!), referring back to his notes from previous treatments. His massages are exceptionally restorative and he always understands the pressure required to alleviate the pain on each occasion.”
– M.H., North London