5 Things you didn’t know about our clinic…
We Offer a Patient Guarantee
We devised a series of patient pledges, so all our patients would know exactly what standards we set for the delivery of our service. We cannot always guarantee results in the relief of each symptom, but we can assure you that you will be happy with our quality of service, our dedication to detail in solving your symptoms, and our punctuality when you attend our clinic. If after two sessions you don’t feel you have received this then we will happily and without question give you your money back. You can find our full patient guarantee here.
As well as being a highly skilled osteopath and acupuncturist Sheena Harper is also an excellent sports masseuse. A sports massage can come in handy for those times where you aren’t exactly injured or debilitated but feel that your muscles are tired or tight. The most common time for people to feel they need a sports massage is if they are doing a lot of training for an event such as a triathlon, or maybe have overworked in the garden. A sports massage is a great way to help those aching muscles to feel more relaxed and less painful. We hear a people mention that they have been for sports massages before and that they have been painful in the extreme, you can be rest assured that Sheena uses all of her skill and experience to ensure that you get the maximum results with very little discomfort.
(Nearly) No endorsements
We choose not to sell any type of product, potion, or supplement. Why do we choose not to? Well, every person’s symptoms are different, they have a different history and a unique set of events that have led them to attend our clinic. It would therefore follow that one product or one supplement would be suitable for all, instead we do on occasion recommend certain products that have good evidence of success, or reliable sources of information (such as this, or this).
We were people before we were osteopaths
Sheena was a competition groom and horse riding instructor, in the UK and Europe. She still applies this knowledge to people who attend the clinic for pain they experience while horse-riding!
In the dark distant past Jay studied sports science at degree level before becoming a personal trainer, this gives him an in-depth knowledge of how biomechanics and sports performance relate to injury and chronic conditions in people of all ages (he was also a chef, but not a very good one).
How many of these things did you know?