Basingstoke Clinic Closure

Jul 27, 2018

We are disappointed to announce that from 31/07/18 we will no longer be able to offer treatment from our Basingstoke Clinic.

We would like to thank our hardworking team for their loyalty and commitment over the last 10 years. The staff at Physio-logical have worked hard to provide the people of Basingstoke and the surrounding areas the highest quality of physiotherapy, acupuncture and sports massage available.

It was the first clinic we opened so it’s with a heavy heart that we have decided to make this change.

To all our patients, thank you for letting us help you reach your goals and be a small part of your journey into a healthier and pain free lifestyle. We wish you all the best with your personal ambitions and hope that we might one day get to work with you again.

Some of our practitioners will be continuing to treat in the local area so if you require further treatment please let us know and we would be pleased to pass you the contact details of the appropriate practitioner.

Physio-logical will be continuing to treat from its Havant and Rowlands Castle Clinics and, as a result of this change, will be able to offer more flexible treatment times and options.

Thank you to all our patients, past and present, for your support. Hopefully this change will allow us to grow as a business while maintaining the high standards of treatment and care that are so important to us.

All the Best, Natalie and the Team

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