Clinic & Studio Update
The English and Welsh governments have now removed the requirement for face masks in healthcare settings unless caring for Covid patients. This is the last Covid measure to be removed and private healthcare practices are advised to follow infection prevention and control (IPC) measures.
What To Expect
In general, patients and clients are no longer required to wear a mask in the clinic, studio or treatment rooms. Of course, you are more than welcome to continue wearing a mask if you prefer to and there may be times when a practitioner will ask you to wear one based on their own risk assessment.
Practitioners are no longer required to wear a mask routinely but are required to assess risk on a case by case basis. If they deem PPE necessary, they will communicate this directly with patients. If you feel more comfortable that your practitioner wears a mask during your treatment, please let us know so we can arrange this.
Reception staff and teachers are no longer required to wear a mask in the clinic.
- If attending for physiotherapy, osteopathy or clinical massage, you will be sent a consent and registration form to complete before attending for physiotherapy or osteopathy, this will include details on current measures in the clinic
- All of our cleaning and hygiene procedures will remain in place throughout the clinic
- If you are feeling unwell or showing any respiratory symptoms, please do not attend the clinic and call us to rearrange your booking.
If you have any concerns, please let us know. You can read our full risk assessment here
Last updated: 21st June 2022