Osteopath Kosta Kolimechkov
To book an appointment please e-mail kosta@kktraining.com or call 020 8334 8280. Thank you.

Parkshot House
5 Kew Road 

1 Harley Street

Tuesday morning and Wednesday  - evening appointments booked on request.


Initial consultation & treatment £95 (60mins)

Follow up treatments £65 (45mins)

Other treatments:

*Deep tissue massage £65 (45mins)
*Thai massage £65 (45mins)
*Indian Head massage £65 (45mins)
*Reflexology £65 (45mins)
Parkshot House

My practice is based in a modern building directly opposite to Richmond station. 
Please take a seat in the waiting room and the receptionist will let me know of your arrival. 
I look forward to meeting you there.
By Bus:
The following buses stop outside Richmond station: 65, 190, 371, 391, 419, 490, 493, H22, H37, N22, R68, R70.

By Rail:

By Car:
Richmond Station Car ParkNCP Car ParkOld Deer Park Car Park are all within short walking distance.

1 Harley Street

Appointments available Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.

Please note that, outside reception hours (after 17:30) you will  have to go to the side door in Wigmore street (on your left when you face the building) and dial the code "10" on the keypad, following  by “Call”, so that I can open the door for you. The treatment room is on the 2nd floor and there is a lift available.

The Clinic is about 100 yards from the back of John Lewis in Oxford Street on the corner of
Harley Street and Wigmore Street.
By Bus:
The following buses stop outside John Lewis, Oxford Street: 6, 8, 13, 15, 23, 73, 135, 137, 139 & 189

By Rail:
The nearest tube stations are Bond Street (Central and Jubilee Line)
and Oxford Circus (Victoria, Bakerloo and Central Line). Both are only a short walk away.

By Car:
Underground secured parking is available at Cavendish Square and Chandos Street. Elsewhere metered parking is widely available.

If you are one of those people who has a chronic musculoskeletal injury and no other therapy has helped you to relieve your pain, I suggest you try this method:
Initial consultation and Advanced medical acupuncture combined with electrical stimulation and capping £95 (60mins)

Electroacupuncture can contribute to the release of neurotransmitters, chemicals involved in signalling from nerve cells, and trigger pain relief and other recovery mechanisms. This is a method of providing pain relief without medication. It works by stimulating the nerves to either distract them from sending pain signals to the brain, or by stimulating the brain to produce natural painkillers, which are stored within the body.