Christmas Opening Hours 2016
We will be closing on Sat 24th December 2016 and reopening on Tuesday 3rd January 2017.
I wish you all a MERRY CHRISTMAS & A HAPPY NEW YEAR, and hope you and your loved ones have a restful, pain-free break.
Big news as we approach 2017 is you can now book your osteopathy appointments online. (Check me out for moving with the times!) There are lots of benefits of booking online:
- Book your appointment wherever and whenever you have internet access – The booking system is open 24 hours.
- Quick, easy booking process that takes under 2 minutes to book an appointment (Yes, I timed myself!)
- Never have to wait for a call-back if I am busy with another client or on another call.
- Get a confirmation email straight to your inbox and text reminder the day before your appointment.
- Option to add appointments directly into your google or iCal calendar.
- And if you’re a facebook junkie you can even book from my facebook page.
So, if you would like to book an appointment before Christmas or for the new year, why not try out the new system here:
Of course, you can still contact me by phone or email if you have any queries or would like to book an appointment.
I have just signed up to an exciting new national osteopathy research project to find out more about how patients respond to osteopathic treatment. The project is being run by the National Council for Osteopathic Research who will analyse anonymised questionnaire data from osteopathy patients throughout the UK. Findings will be shared throughout the profession to help improve osteopathic treatment. Continue reading
I hate running. I don’t see the point. Hoarse throat, sweaty, out-of-breath, aching all over – why would you want to? Well, that’s what I used to think. Over the past month however, I have become a complete convert. Continue reading
People often come to see me for back pain or neck pain pain caused by ‘sleeping a bit funny’ or sleeping on a different mattress. Others with pre-existing problems feel they can’t get comfortable in bed, or their pain is worse on waking in the morning. If this is you, or if you are generally prone to to episodes of neck, shoulder or back pain, it may be worth re-evaluating your sleep set-up. Continue reading
First things first…
MERRY CHRISTMAS & A HAPPY NEW YEAR to all my wonderful patients! Wishing you and your families a restful and pain-free break.
Now the boring but important bit….
Christmas & New Year Opening Hours 2015
- Thurs 24th Dec – Mon 28th Dec – CLOSED
- Tues 29th Dec – OPEN 9am-8pm
- Wed 30th Dec – Mon 4th Jan – CLOSED
- From Tues 5th Jan- OPEN for business as usual 9.30am-8pm
If you would like to book an appointment, please do get in touch and leave me a message either by email or phone. I will be checking my mail and messages sporadically over the Christmas break, so please bear with me if it takes a little longer than usual to get back to you.
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We have just taken the leap and are joining you all in the 21st century! We now have a card reader and can take secure card payment for all osteopathy treatments. Of course, we are still happy to take payment by cash or cheque as well. Continue reading
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