The clinic has now moved to new premises at 18 Queens Road, three doors up from the old clinic. 
Please knock on the door when you arrive for your session.

Latest Update April 12th 2021

Important - Please read before making your booking 

Covid & Flu Vaccinations

If you have recently received a Flu or Coronavirus vaccination PLEASE DO NOT visit the clinic for 7 days. This will give your body time to adjust to the new medicine. Rest easy and i will see you soon.

Existing patients - the clinic remains open as usual for continued treatment. Please book below as normal.

New Patients 

A previous diagnosis by a GP or NHS professional is required prior to receiving treatment.  

Please call the clinic on 01453 828000 to book your appointment.

Face Masks - All patients are now required to wear a face covering when attending the clinic space.  Its a great time to practice smiling with your eyes and using overly exaggerated gestures with your hands and eyebrows. I know you can do it!

A QR code for the NHS test and trace system is positioned in the clinic window. 

You can use the NHS app on your phone to scan the code when you enter the clinic. 

Do I need a new consultation?

If you have not attended the clinic in the last 12 months, you are a new patient or you are presenting with a new condition, you will need a consultation session. Call 01453 828000 if you are unsure.

If you are a regular/ recent patient returning of the same symptoms/condition you can go ahead and book a treatment.


1. Only one person can attend the clinic at any one time. Do not bring any company unless pre-arranged. The clinic door will be closed during treatments and cleaning times to minimise others entering the space. This means the door will only be open at the time of your appointment so please do not arrive too early or late. You can wait in your car if possible.

2. Hygiene Practice - A touch-free hand sanitiser has been installed in the waiting area. All patients must use this prior to treatment.

3. Fever Check - A body temperature reading will be taken using a touch free device prior to treatment. Those with a high temperatures will be asked to reschedule their session to a later date.

4. Safe Distancing - Treatment requires working within a close distance. The best practice during this time is to minimise the time spent within in the same space. It may seem less sociable for a while, but we'll get there together.

How safe is the clinic space?

Very safe. The clinic has always upheld strict practices of hygiene and patient safety.

  • The clinic space, equipment and contact areas will be cleaned in between treatments to minimise any cross-contamination.
  • Disposable toweling is used for hand drying and for placing on contact areas i.e seating and couches.
  • The clinic is only open to those with appointments.
  • Only one person is allowed to attend the clinic at any one time.

Practitioner Responsibility - The Government has recommended that practitioners use a full face shield when working at close proximity.

Your Responsibility - As a practitioner it is my responsibility to protect the public, myself and close family members. I expect all patients to be equally responsible and be aware of their health prior to attending the clinic. If you show signs of any symptoms of illness DO NOT attend the clinic space. We all have children and elderly loved ones around us that must be protected, especially those with existing health conditions that may be vulnerable to illness.

Stay safe and feel confident - I hope the above measures are suitable for everyone to attend the clinic with confidence.

If you have any concerns regarding visiting the clinic prior to booking, please call to discuss your needs before booking.

Call the clinic on  01453 828000 for more info


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