Here is some of the precautions we have taken in the clinic
· Practitioners will wear protective masks and gloves
· Patients need wear masks or be provided with masks on entering the clinic.
· All soft furnishings have been removed.
· room cleaning procedures have been put in place.
·Hand sanitiser, disinfected wipes, thermometers will be available throughout.
Please maintain a 2 metre distance from all other people in the building at all times. Please leave accessory items (bags, coats) in the car or in the office, or travel with as little as possible.
I have spaced out patient arrivals and departures so that all visitors can remain socially distanced. To make this work I ask that you arrive as close to the exact time as possible.
You will be asked to sanitise your hands immediately upon arrival and you must also be wearing a mask. I will also be wearing a mask, apron, visor throughout your time at the clinic.
We can not see patients with active coughs, sneezing or fever. Hayfever sufferers should contact us in advance.
If you or your household members have cough/temperature/sneezing/fever before your appointment, please let us know.
Dr. I. Blatz from Royal Worcester hospital "Jenny is clearly a very knowledgeable doctor in her field and beyond. She has patiently treated me for a list of problems (joint/back etc)with acupuncture. The improvement in symptoms is astonishing. I am extremely grateful for her help and can recommend her wholeheartedly."
Dr. Kirti Moholkar from Droitwich Knee Clinic"Thank you very much for looking after Mr. Wood who is a patient of mine at the Knee Clinic. He reports wonderful success following acupuncture treatment. Thank you very much for your help."
Dr. Andrew Christys from Thorneloe Lodge Surgery in Worcester"I would be grateful if you could see this lady who has severe atopic eczema causing persistent itching. She has benefited from acupuncture in the past. Conventional topical treatments are not helping very much at the moment and we have resorted to oral steroids. I would be most grateful for any help you could offer her."
Mr. Nadim Aslam Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Knee, Sports and Hip Specialist, Honorary Senior Lecturer in Sports and Exercise Medicine from Spine South Bank Hospital " I would be grateful if you could review Sue. She continues to have pain around the patellar tendon area after a knee replacement. I would be grateful if you could consider localised treatment in terms of acupuncture to help her pain management. We will review Sue's progress in 2-3 months' time."
We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.
St. Paul's Medical Centre, 121 Swindon Road, Cheltenham GL50 4DP
Monday & Thursday: 9am - 7pm
Wednesday & Friday: 9.30 am - 6.30 pm
Saturday: By appointment