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01786 831100

Under the current restrictions we pleased to confirm that our clinics in Bridge of Allan and Tillicoultry continue to be open.

Travel to and from health appointments is permitted under the new restrictions.

        The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, the General Osteopathic Council and the Scottish Government have confirmed that clinics are able to remain open, and we are continuing to provide a service, subject to some modifications, to maintain a safe environment for both you and for us. We will send you details of what those changes are, and what to expect when you attend, when you make your appointment.

We have a full  Covid-19  hygiene protocol in place and we are continuing to provide our service in a closely controlled environment given the changing nature of the pandemic.

If you feel in any way unwell, even if it is a cold; or you are showing any signs of Coronavirus then please don’t attend, but please let us know before you come to the clinic.

Please watch our video (below) for what to expect when you attend.

(updated 21st January 2021)

 

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