January 2021 National Lockdown: Clinic remains open

We’re permitted to remain open: January 2021 National Lockdown Our face-to-face services are permitted to remain open in line with government advice and guidance from Public Health England. If you deem it essential that you are seen you’ll be able to book a face-to-face appointment (e.g. physiotherapy) as usual but we ask that you consider…

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November 4, 2020

Online consultations now available

Online consultations now available. Get expert advice & a treatment plan. The following clinicians are offering online consultations in addition to seeing patients face to face in the clinic. To book an online / video consultation with any of these practitioners phone 01732 350255 or contact us here by email. Practitioners available: Consultant Allergy Specialist…

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March 25, 2020

Migraine relief & acupuncture

What is migraine? Migraine attacks are painful and disabling. They often include nausea, vomiting and increased sensitivity to light and sound, lasting anywhere from a few hours to several days with a throbbing and pulsing pain, most often felt on one side of the head (IHS 2004). The effects on day-to-day life can be overwhelming and disruptive,…

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January 5, 2017

New Tonbridge Clinic Sign

We are proud to unveil our new sign. We value any feedback from our patients to please feel free to comment on our feedback section on this website.

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December 9, 2015

Reflexology for Lymphatic Drainage

Reflexologist, Nicky Winter is now offering a new service to our patients. Reflexology for Lymphatic Drainage is aimed primarily at those people suffering from Lymphoedema. This can be one of the side effects of breast cancer treatment when lymph nodes have been removed. Other people may suffer from lymphoedema of the legs which is caused…

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May 13, 2015
 
 
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