1NOTE 26 March 2020 - until further notice - Updated 16th May 2020
We are currently open Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays for acute patients as well as regular patients but at the moment due to the government restrictions we are spacing out patients and the chiropractors are working in shifts without reception staff.
- Please note we are working shorter days at the moment so please leave a message or email us for appointments. Recorded voice messages will be sent to the email to we can reply from home. You may also call Elisabeth Davidson on 07824 994093 for advice or help.
- Please arrive a maximum of 5 mins before your appointment
- Please wash your hands when arriving and/or use the hand sanitiser provided
- We have masks available for everyone but please bring your own if possible. We have appropriate PPE for all staff and clean all rooms incl reception and the bathroom
- Please wear loose comfortable clothing
- Please take a seat in reception and your chiropractor will collect you
- We are spacing out appointment times to allow for thorough cleaning of the rooms
We are also currently doing some refurbishment in the clinic and apologise for any mess in the car park. Soon we will have an extra treatment room and x-ray facilities. We have just had our new bench delivered which is specifically designed to treat sciatica.
Finally when we do return to having all practitioners back our fabulous massage therapist Iain McKay will be offering an extra afternoon a week - but we don't know yet when that will be.
Keep checking our Facebook page and here for updates
A lot of patients are asking us what is considered urgent? Symptoms that are getting worse or not responding to simple painkillers, rest, exercises, hot/cold. Symptoms which include pins and needles (anywhere), muscular weakness, if you develop difficulty urinating or pooping, Symptoms which prevent you from sleeping or doing your normal day-to-day tasks or prevent you from working.
Take care, stay safe and don't forget your daily exercises - even more important right now.
We do ask, if you feel unwell - to call and reschedule and follow the advice below:
It’s very busy at @NHS24 & the 111 phone line. The option is to use nhsinform.scot as your first source of info. If symptoms are mild you do not need to call and it means those lines are kept for those with severe symptoms who need attention most urgently. For those with mild symptoms of a new cough and high temperature you need to stay home for 7 days and get well. Fluids, rest, isolation and paracetamol - that’s the advice given by NHS Scotland https://t.co/kdSXyThVba?amp=1
but note we cannot give out health related advice over the phone unless you are an existing patient.
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