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Merry Christmas from Physio-logical – 2020

Dec 18, 2020

Wishing all of our patients a very Merry Christmas and a wonderful New Year.

A huge thank you for your custom and support over this last year, 2020 has been another busy year (with a few ups and downs and lots of challenges, COVID!).

We’ve helped lots of people throughout 2020 despite the challenges we have all been faced with:

  • We have provided 2,720 Physio, Sports Therapy, Acupuncture and Sports Massage appointments
  • And welcomed 330 new patients to our clinics

We are very excited for 2021, lots of positive changes and additions coming to the clinic.

We will be running a reduced service between 21st December – 1st January.  Normal opening hours will resume from Monday 4th January 2021.

If you would like to book in before the festivities begin, you can book online or give us a call. We will have limited access to our phone and emails over the Christmas period but will get back to you ASAP.

We hope you enjoy a pain-free Christmas with your loved ones.

All our best wishes,

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