The Coronation of The King and The Queen Consort will take place today at Westminster Abbey.
The Service will be conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury and will reflect the Monarch’s role today and look towards the future, and we’re sure many of you will be celebrating too.
From everyone at the UK Scoliosis Clinic, we’d like to wish the new King and Queen all the best for the future – and we’d like to wish you a lovely bank holiday!
As the year comes to a close, it’s time to reflect on all the ups and downs of the past 12 months and look forward to what the future holds. New Year’s Eve is a time for celebration and renewal, a time to say goodbye to the old and embrace the new.
The New Year brings with it the promise of new beginnings, a chance to start fresh and set new goals for the year ahead. Whether you’re looking to improve your health, take on a new challenge, or make positive changes in your personal or professional life, the start of a new year is the perfect time to make a plan and get started.
Here at the UK Scoliosis Clinic we have some exciting new ideas in the works and there will be some fantastic, quicker, easier to use options for one and all coming in 2023. As we finally put COVID behind us were looking forward to helping more people with Scoliosis than ever before!
So as we bid farewell to the old year and welcome in the new, let’s make a commitment to ourselves to make the most of the opportunities that lie ahead. Let’s set goals that inspire us and motivate us to be our best selves. Let’s embrace the challenges and obstacles that come our way, knowing that each one is an opportunity to grow and learn.
From all of us here at the UK Scoliosis Clinic we wish you a happy and prosperous New Year! May the year ahead be filled with joy, success, and all the things that make life worth living. We’ll be back on the 3rd as usual!
Ps. If you have left messages for us over Christmas please know that we’ll be responding to everyone as quickly as possible, it will however, take a few days to catch up!
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Christmas is a time for family, friends, and lots of festive cheer. As the holiday season approaches, it’s time to start thinking about all the wonderful things that make this time of year so special…and for those of us at the UK Scoliosis Clinic to have a break!
One of the best things about Christmas is spending time with loved ones. Whether you’re cuddled up by the fire with your significant other, or surrounded by family and friends at a big holiday party, there’s nothing quite like the feeling of being surrounded by those who care about you.
Of course, Christmas wouldn’t be complete without all the delicious food and drink that goes along with it. From turkey and stuffing to eggnog and mulled wine, there are plenty of festive treats to indulge in during the holiday season. And let’s not forget about all the sweet treats like Christmas cookies and candy canes!
But beyond the presents and the food, there’s something truly special about the spirit of Christmas. It’s a time of year when people come together to spread joy and kindness, to give back to those in need, and to reflect on all the things that we have to be grateful for.
From all of us here at the UK Scoliosis Clinic, we wish you a very Merry Christmas! May your holiday season be filled with love, laughter, and lots of festive cheer. We’ll be back in January 3rd – see you then! 🙂
Dear all – just a quick update to let you know that the UK Scoliosis Clinic will be closed on September 19th as we mark the Funeral of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II.
The official state funeral of Her Majesty The Queen will take place at Westminster Abbey on Monday 19th September at 11 AM, and we will take this opportunity to give thanks for her commitment to our commonwealth, and reflect on her life’s work.
After this, We’ll reopen as normal on September 20th.
With great sadness at her passing, we at the UK Scoliosis Clinic wanted to take the opportunity with this weeks blog simply to thank the late Queen Elizabeth II for her record service as our monarch, and champion for the commonwealth.
Elizabeth II was Queen of the United Kingdom and other Commonwealth realms from 6 February 1952 until her death, and therefore was our longest serving Monarch, with a reign of 70 years and 214 days.
While most in the UK will remember her for her appearances at important national events in and around London, it’s important to remember that Elizabeth served as queen regnant of 32 sovereign states during her lifetime, and 15 at the time of her death. This of course includes Australia, from where our very own Paul Irvine originates.
We will update all our patients on any changes to opening hours which arise as a result of the period of national mourning which will follow
The UK Scoliosis Clinic will be closed for Easter from April 2nd – 5th. We’ll be back open as usual on Tuesday 6th.
We do still have appointments available before Easter, but please book soon as they’re going fast – please note that due to satff holiday, we also have limited appointments in the week 15th – 19th.
We hope that you’ve had the best Christmas possible, and, like us, you’re looking forward to a fresh start!
2020 is over!
What a year 2020 has turned out to be!
Without question, this has been the most difficult year the clinic has faced – through lockdowns and even periods of less restriction, it’s been a challenge to provide the services to our patients that we want to. At times, it’s been tough to keep positive!
Despite this, we have managed to continue operating and, covid notwithstanding, we’ve still helped many people overcome and manage Scoliosis. Thank you so much to all of you for your support and cooperation over this time – at the moment, your compliance with guidelines and restrictions is absolutely essential for us to continue to operate at all, and your help is very much appreciated.
The UK Scoliosis clinic in 2021
Let’s be honest – 2021 still looks uncertain – we hope that as lockdowns lift we’ll be able to welcome international clients back to the clinic and we certainly look forward to an easier time for our clients here in the UK. It’s also possible that we may see the return of more restrictions, but we’re pleased to say that after nearly a year we are now very well prepared whatever the next 12 months bring!
We’re fully committed to providing the best possible treatment that we can, no matter what the conditions re: covid. In line with government guidelines, we’ll continue to use all appropriate PPE and additional cleaning at the clinic as and when face to face consultations can take place. We’re also offering online consultations and check-ups, and we would encourage all of our patients to ensure you attend in one way or other in order to keep your treatment moving ahead successfully.
We’ll be staying in touch with everyone as and when regulations start to change, and with any luck we’ll seen be “back to normal”.
Here’s to (hopefully) a great 2021!