Posted on 21/11/2022
We are open and are continuing to operate in accordance with the Covid secure guidelines we have in place (see below), and if anything changes we will post updates on this part of our website and on our Facebook page.
Appointments are currently available on Mondays (9.30am-6.30pm), Tuesdays (1.30pm-7.30pm), Thursdays (8.30am-1.30pm) and Fridays (9.30am-6.30pm), but we do ask that you take a minute to familiarise yourself with our Covid 19 guidelines found below so that you can help us keep everyone who attends or works in our practice safe and well. Thank you.
We thank you for your patience over the past few years and we look forward to welcoming you back to the clinic:
These questions relate to common symptoms associated with Covid 19 infections and are not too intrusive, but they are an important part of the steps we are taking to protect you, our staff, and our other patients.
2. Hand sanitiser – Hand sanitiser is available on entry to reception and we kindly ask that you use it when you arrive at the clinic (and after using the loos should you need to use them).
3. Social distancing – To limit the number of people in the clinic at any one time we are spacing appointments out , and you will notice less seating but suitably spaced out chairs in our reception area to ensure proper social distancing is maintained.
Wherever possible we’d ask that you don’t bring an accompanying family member or friend to your appointments unless they can safely wait outside or in your car whilst you are having your appointment.
4. Personal protective equipment – Please bring a face covering with you and wear it within the clinic and during those times when your practitioner needs to be within your personal space. They will be doing the same.
If you do not have a mask or face covering we will provide one for you, but it would certainly be a help if you could try to bring your own.
6. General clinic cleanliness – There is quite a bit going on behind the scenes to ensure that our practice remains a clean and safe place to visit. Treatment tables and equipment are disinfected between each patient, hands are properly washed, doors are being left open or having their handles disinfected after anyone touches them, and much more besides.