These are changing times for all of us, Co-Vid 19 has literally stopped the world.

As a small business we are going through the most challenging time of all and we are desperately trying to keep our head above water.

Our clinics have shut, however we have not!!

We believe with the entire nation working from home we are not far from another crisis.. be it not as HUGE as a pandemic, but individuals are set to suffer…

So what is this new crisis you might ask??

With makeshift workstations, working on kitchen tables and the use of more laptops we are on the brink of a world of back and neck pain!

This is where we can support you, we have gone online and are now offering e-consultations.. and to answer your questions.. yes these are just as effective. We can still diagnose, we can assess your workstation and we can provide a treatment plan complete with images of home exercises.

To find our more or to book visit this website page.

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