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      We provide professional treatments for: Physiotherapy - musculo/skeletal problems, women's health, ante and post natal care - Fit back & bumps classes, Clinical Pilates/classes, Chiropody, Podiatry, Acupuncture, sports and therapeutic massage, Alexander Technique, CBT Counselling, NLP Hypnotherapy


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      Car Parking spaces at the clinic

      Although we have a fairly large car park at the Physio Therapy Centre, we cannot guarantee that you will always have space to park here, as parking is limited. Please try to help us in the following ways:

      • If patients are in pain due to a musculo/skeletal injury they need to be able to park in the car park
      • If you live locally and could walk to the practice, this would be a tremendous help
      • If you are visiting to attend a class or for a treatment that is less physical please try to park elsewhere. There is some on street parking in the road outside the centre or in the public car park by Newtons GP practice of near M&S
      • When you have finished your treatment, please move your car from the car park as soon as possible as parking is a premium and the next patient may need your space
      • Please do not ask if you can leave your car, whilst you 'just pop down the road'.
      • If you have more than 1 car, please bring the smaller car, if possible, this helps with space and people getting in and out
      • Please don't get anxious with the staff if you are unable to find a space
      • Leave plenty of time to find alternative parking, which may be necessary

      We really value your custom and your help on this matter would be greatly appreciated

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