Opening a Clinic After Covid

We are finally open! It’s been a tough few months but we see a little light at the end of the tunnel.

We are still offering online appointment for anybody not able to travel, however for those of you that feel you need a face to face appointment we are now opening our clinics for 1:1 appointments.

There will be changes for now, however this is to protect you and our staff. Here are just a few we have made and will ask you to follow:

Every customer will be triaged to make sure visiting us is the best move for your treatment.

We will double check you are fit and well to visit us with a pre-email.

Our reception will only be open to one person waiting, so please come no more than 5 mins before your appointment.

Your temperature will be taken on arrival

Our staff will wear masks and necessary PPE, anddepending on our treatment we might ask you to do the same.

You will have to use your own water vessel.

We understand this might be a change which is a bit out of the ordinary, however these are ‘out of the ordinary’ times and we want to ensure we are compliant to government guidelines and we would like to keep everybody safe, clients and staff alike..

If you are in pain or discomfort, we urge you not to push your physio appointment for too long, call us for a chat we are happy to discuss various options. Health is our number one mission.

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