Covid-19 Clinic Update

The Gov is still not giving permission for Soft Tissue Therapy/Sports Massage clinics to reopen due to the close proximity of the treatment and the time spent providing it.
Therefore, I am still unable to treat anyone at this time, and hopefully this will only be for another 2 weeks or so as I am hoping that the Gov will announce that we can reopen during their 04th July address.
I am very sorry that I am currently unable to provide hands on treatment, as I value our relationship and I feel very downhearted knowing that I can’t assist you directly, but I am still providing my free support via emails, text or a good old fashioned telephone call, so please don’t hesitate to contact me if you feel that I can be of help with advice or providing video mobility exercises etc.
Please accept my apologies, but it is out of my hands and I am not even able to work at Oxford United during our promotion chasing games coming up (starting this Friday) due to the restrictions placed by the Gov on soft tissue management, so I will be at home cheering them on – which will be strange for me!
Please take care and I will post a notification when I have a date confirmed for reopening.
Regards Chris

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Free Online Support for all Front Line Blue Light Workers!

As my way of supporting those who we are relying on most during this difficult time, I would like to extend my free online service which is currently available to my clients, to include all those who are front line blue light emergency workers, including  Paramedics, Police Officers, Nurses, Midwives, Doctors and Fire Fighters.
As a very proud father to Chloe (featured above) who is a paramedic, I know all too well how hard you are all working, and your dedication to providing the highest care despite the currently challenges isn't going unnoticed, and I hope that by providing online & telephone advice for current aches & pains (including sending video self maintenance exercises) may provide some support.
This is such a tough time for you all, and it is vital that you look after yourselves so please don't hesitate to contact me directly, and you don't need to have been a previous client of mine, as this is open to you all as my way of appreciation for your hard work and dedication.
Regards Chris
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£10 to each official London marathon fundrunner for their charities!

With my son Adam and daughter Chloe!

The tough but correct decision.

It's such a shame that the London marathon has been postponed until later this year.
I manage the NSPCC Soft Tissue team for the London marathon and I have also run 3 marathons raising money for ChildLine, so I know all too well how much the charities rely on the income generated from this event, which is the largest annual single day fundraising event in the world and unfortunately there is no guarantee that it will be on later in the year although fingers crossed it will!
With this is mind, I would like to support the Oxfordshire based London marathon official charity fundraisers by donating £10 to their charities for every full priced treatment they have with me, right up to the day of the race (or announcement of cancellation, but hopefully not).
All you need to do is bring proof of your official charity place with you and right at the end of your treatment I will pay £10 to your charity straight away, so that your charity receive their money now when they need it the most, it's a simple as that!
This is for new and regular clients and starts now, so it's a great way of maintaining your training in the healthiest condition possible, whilst supporting your charity during this tough time!

 

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London & Brighton marathons postponed.

London marathon NSPCC Soft Tissue team

The tough but correct decision.

I have been the manager of the NSPCC Soft Tissue teams for the past 8 years supervising the 30 therapists at the London marathon post race reception for the NSPCC fund raisers and also for the Brighton marathon too, and it's so sad to see these great events postponed due to the current health concerns.

This is such a shame for all those who have trained so hard for these events, but it is obviously the correct decision as these events can be run later in the year.

I would like to thank all those who had volunteered for the NSPCC Soft Tissue teams for these marathons, and I hope that everyone stays safe and healthy and I look forward to seeing everyone later in the year.

My clinic in Headington remains open, and I am continuing to take every precaution with cleanliness, as I always have, to ensure the most professional environment available for my clients.

 

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