The Complete Health Chiropractic Clinic

A CENTRE FOR CHIROPRACTIC AND OTHER COMPLIMENTARY THERAPIES

News & Events

 ** Update 07/07/21 **

 Chiropractic is covered under the umbrella of medical appointments, & is thus an acceptable reason to travel so you can continue your care.

We are accepting new patients & would like to reassure you that we are doing everything we can to keep our patients safe. For more information please refer to our News page **

 

 

If you or your household develop any Covid related symptoms you must not come into the clinic - high temperature, a new and persistent cough, any changes in normal taste or smell. If in doubt please do telephone or email us.

 

 

How The Complete Health Chiropractic Clinic is reducing the risk of infection:

 

  - We are regularly cleaning & disinfecting all areas of the Clinic. Each treatment room is properly disinfected before & after each patient.

 

  - All rooms are being aired regularly in between patients.

 

  - Chiropractors are wearing appropriate disposable safety masks & gloves for all treatment. Masks & gloves will also be made available to all patients. All PPE will be disposed of, safely, after use.

 

  - Social distancing measures are still in place. We respectfully ask that only the patient enter the Clinic for their appointment. If the patient requires a helper or chaperone then one extra person will be allowed to come in & will be asked to observe the same hand washing & mask wearing measures as the patient.

 

  - We ask patients to shower and wear clean clothing when attending for their appointment. Patients are requested to avoid wearing too much jewellery & not to bring extra items such as shopping bags. This is to reduce the contamination risk.

 

  - Chiropractors will avoid making physical contact with patients such as shaking hands. We will only make physical contact with a patient during treatment when full protective equipment is worn.

 

  - Management is committed to sending all staff members & patients home immediately if they show any symptoms typical of COVID-19. If a patient appears to be unwell - coughing, sweating, has a temperature, sore throat, a loss of taste or smell we can refuse treatment.