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Updated 28th July 2020
Firstly we’d like to say a big Thank You to our past and present clients who have supported us since we reopened the clinic back in May either by coming in to see us or recommending us to your family, friends and colleagues.
As many of you can understand, restarting a business after 2 months closure is not as simple as it sounds especially in this COVID era. We are proud of our team for working so hard to help us get our clinic up and running and providing you with the safest environment possible to get your treatment.
We are taking our COVID protocols very seriously. Our Physios have all undergone World Health Organisation (WHO) training on hand hygiene and infection control. They are all wearing goggles, masks and aprons for your appointment and complying with the best practice hand hygiene. You’ll be expected to wear a mask while in the clinic and we’ll take your temperature and run you through a COVID screen.
This week we are delighted to announce that we have increased our capacity in the clinic. We now have 6 spacious, private treatment rooms so each Physiotherapist works out of 2 rooms so at all times there is a sanitised room maintained. The Physios are working in two shifts, Monday to Friday between 8am and 8pm to accommodate all our clients. Along with our well equipped rehab gym area, there’s plenty of space to accommodate our clients needs while complying with our Covid Protocols.
We look forward to keeping you, your family and your friends painfree, healthy and doing all those things you love doing and need to do.
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