Sharon Morrison Physiotherapy and Associates

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12 April 2018

Clinic Update 9th April 2020

Firstly, I hope this finds you and your family well and safe during these strange times. The clinic ceased face to face consultations on the 19th March during the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic. Together we are facing a truly challenging and unprecedented situation. The global impact of coronavirus is affecting our families, our communities, our businesses and our way of life. There are not many now that haven't been personally or know someone that has been affected by this pandemic. We are continuously monitoring developments with regards to coronavirus and are following the advice and guidance of the Government and Public Health England. In light of the current ongoing situation and with everyone's safety in mind I do not foresee the clinic re-opening for another 4-6 weeks, dependant on these government guidelines.

During the time since we closed face to face consults we have been conducting remote video consultations (facetime, skype, zoom to name but a few) and phone consultancy for our clients, to ensure that we continue to provide the service and support that you need. We were well positioned to make this transition relatively smoothly, as this service has been accessible to our remote and foreign clients for many years and is treated with the same levels of dedication and security received at the clinic. With the uncertainty surrounding the current situation that everyone is in, I want to make you aware of this service available at the clinic. Especially in a time when many of you may have been participating in new areas of fitness and in many of the online forums of fitness classes that have sprung up and are being made available and now new aches and pains are presenting as a result!

If you need any further information on the remote consultancy service, please contact the clinic on 0121 323 3281. Remote consultations can be booked as normal through the same clinic number on 0121 323 3281, where our reception team are working remotely and staying safe. In the meantime, until we see you back in person, here are some helpful tips to encourage you to stay physically and mentally fit through this period:
  • Stay informed with reliable sources of information and media eg or
  • Take a break from social media and the news and don't overexpose yourself to too much information
  • Maintain a healthy diet and stay well hydrated
  • Try to have a routine
  • Engage in regular exercise
  • Try and get at least 8hrs sleep
  • Take advantage of outdoor activities (in line with government guidelines) while still maintaining social distancing (eg walking, running, gardening)
  • Maintain social communication throughout this period through social distancing, phone or virtual/video calls.
Stay Healthy and Safe,
Best wishes,

Sharon Morrison
Clinic Director

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