For the safety and protection of all our patients and staff at Suttonwoods Chiropractic Clinic.

  • I am following the latest guidelines issued by the government, Public Health England, the national Chiropractic regulator (General Chiropractic Council) and my professional association (McTimoney Chiropractic Association) to make sure the clinic is a safe place to attend for your Chiropractic care.

  • I will be wearing appropriate PPE (mask, disposable apron and gloves) which are changed after each patient contact. 

  • There are hand sanitisers in the reception area and in the treatment rooms for anyone to use.

  • The treatment room and all contact surfaces are cleaned and disinfected between each appointment.

  • Patients will be required to sanitise their hands on entry to the building and will have their temperature taken.

  • You are required to wear a mask upon entry to the building and keep it on during your consultation.

  • I am practicing maximum infection control procedures regarding hand washing and any physical contact.

  • A remote triage, risk-assessment and consent will be undertaken in all cases prior to face-to-face contact. 

  • Only one to one care will be provided. Chaperones will have to undergo the same triage and risk assessment as patients attending an appointment.

  • An adequate gap will be maintained between appointment times to avoid patients coming into contact with one another, and to allow for room airing, disposable PPE change and disinfection of all surfaces.

  • All patients are requested to arrive on time for their appointment and no earlier than 5 minutes before. 

In the meantime, we ask the following of all our patients:

  1. If you have flu-like symptoms, persistent cough and/ or fever please do not come to the clinic.

  2. If you have recently lost your sense of smell or taste, please do not come to the clinic.

  3. If you have been in contact with anyone who has confirmed COVID-19 or you suspect they have it, please do not come to the clinic.

  4. If you have symptoms of coronavirus infection (COVID-19), however mild, stay at home and do not leave your house for 10 days from when your symptoms started and call 111 or visit the 111 online site for more information.

If you need to cancel your appointment as a result of the above, we will waive any cancellation fee and organise another appointment for you when you are no longer at risk of passing on infection.