Coronavirus- We are actively taking measures to help minimize the spread. We are a hands on clinic so are taking steps and being super vigilant with our hand washing and cleaning clinical areas. … Continue reading
We can all play a part in helping to minimizing the spread of the Coronavirus.
We are taking measures to help minimize the spread and appreciate your understanding and cooperation while we all work together to do so.
We are a hands-on clinic so are taking the necessary steps to remain so, including remaining super vigilant with our hand washing.
With the current concerns about COVID-19 we would like to reassure our patients that we are taking all possible measures to ensure the clinic is cleaner than ever before.
We are following all best practice measures to ensure we minimize any chances of transmitting the virus in our clinic.
All surfaces in the clinical rooms and waiting areas rooms are being cleaned and disinfected after each patient and regularly throughout the clinic.
In the waiting areas and front desk we have provided hand sanitizers. Please make sure to make use of this on arrival and departure of the clinic.
In addition to this you will most likely smell cleaning products through the clinic which is being used regularly throughout the day as well.
We have advised all patients to please be mindful of any cold and flu symptoms and to postpone attending the clinic if any illness should be present.
For further information please see gov.uk for update information and advice.
It is our priority to keep you safe and well during this time.
Telephone & Video Calling
For all patients during we can offer telephone or video call for your foot problem to discuss and give advice.
For further information regarding this please contact us or complete the contact form below.
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