Treatments

For relaxation or sports injury

A number of specialist companies operate from our treatment rooms.  Please contact them directly for further information.

Essential Beauty

For waxing, electrolysis, massage, facials and much more.  Visit the Essential Beauty website for the full range of treatments or call Kate or Karen on 01403 211051.

Hands On Sports Therapy & Injury Clinic

We treat ankle sprains to neck pain and everything in between. Whether you're injured from keeping active and playing sport or you have aches and pains from your job we offer a service for you. Not injured but want to enhance your performance? Our services will help you to achieve your goals.

For more information visit the Hands On Sports Therapy and Injury Clinic website or call Tony on 01403 588070.

Sports Massage

Jade Nicholls offers Sports Massage Therapy to improve performance and help with injury.  Call 01403 211311 to book. 

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Firefox

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  3. Choose 'Zoom in' or 'Zoom out'

Keyboard shortcut: Hold the Ctrl key down and move the mouse wheel or by use Ctrl & '+' and Ctrl & '-'.

Chrome

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  1. Click on the spanner button to the right of the address bar
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Keyboard shortcut: Hold the Ctrl key down and move the mouse wheel or by use Ctrl & '+' and Ctrl & '-'.

IE 9

In Internet Explorer 9 the always-visible control has been removed.

Using the menu:

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  3. Choose the desired size

Keyboard shortcut: Hold the Ctrl key down and move the mouse wheel or by use Ctrl & '+' and Ctrl & '-'.

IE 8

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Using the menu:

  1. Click 'View'
  2. Click 'Zoom'
  3. Choose the desired size

Keyboard shortcut: Hold the Ctrl key down and move the mouse wheel back or forward.