We have a robust health and safety policy in place that prioritises your safety and well-being. This includes:
- Our staff and practitioners have all undergone training in infection prevention and control and are following strict hygiene guidelines.
- Some practitioners have chosen to continue with masks and if you are in a high risk group we would encourage you to wear one.
Following the Covid-19 pandemic we are aware that some people may have extra requirements. If you or anyone in your household are clinically vulnerable and concerned about the risks of a face to face appointment please let us know as there are extra precautions we can take to minimise the risks of a in person appointment.
If you would like to read our risk assessment and mitigation policy please click HERE