Our New Year’s Resolution

Who would have thought this time last year that 2020 would largely be spent in isolation, with families and friends appearing in our lives mostly through Zoom?

Through each lockdown, Chiropractic Care Clinics has remained open, continually revising our risk assessments, to ensure that we were not just complying with guidelines but going further to ensure that patients could attend without risk to themselves or to our staff.

Gradually, we have found ways to improve efficiency without compromising safety. We are now able to see enough patients to ensure all our regulars can get the appointments they need to manage any long-term, recurrent problems.

All our practitioners have noticed a surge in stress-related musculoskeletal issues over the last couple of months: personally, I must have treated more clenched jaws, tight shoulders and cricked necks in eight weeks than I would normally do in eight months. If you have been struggling with stress and anxiety read our tips on practicing self care this winter.

As we find ourselves in Lockdown 3.0, keeping active and practicing self care may become challenging once more. Thankfully, even under the most stringent lockdown conditions, you will still be allowed to attend appointments with regulated healthcare professionals – such as ourselves.

So, in addition to caring for the 13,500 patients already registered with us, our new year’s resolution is to help people struggling with aches and pains, by offering £31 off the price of a new patient consultation. That’s £1 off for every year we’ve been serving the local community, and means you can get your problem diagnosed by an expert in human biomechanics for just £13.50.

This offer is valid for consultations booked by new patients from 11th January to 14th February. To book your consultation, click here.

We are all hoping for a brighter 2021, and in the meantime, we hope this special offer can help get your new year off to a happier and healthier start.

Martin Young,
Clinic Director

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