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Private GP & Physiotherapy Services Now open to all


Physiotherapy Clinic


Open to patients who are self-funding or have private medical insurance. Emma James


Physiotherapy is a friendly private practice offering Chartered and State Registered


Physiotherapy, Clinical Pilates and related services. Founded in 2004, its head offi ce is in Hemel


Hempstead Old Town, with associated clinics in many of London’s leading corporate companies.


Imagine access to a doctor *24/7


DOCTORnow is a private general medical service offering a wide range of services


including optional 24 hour* access to a doctor. Membership encourages the development of a well informed medical relationship with our doctors. This combined with longer


consultations moves towards the re-invention of a traditional family GP service.


Visit the Champneys branch like any other local physiotherapy clinic.


Treatments include:


Physiotherapy assessments Alternative therapies Hydrotherapy pool Acupuncture


Sports massage Gait analysis/scanning


Electrotherapy and personal training Appointments within 48 hours


email: enquiries@ejphysio.co.uk 01442 870686


www.ejphysio.co.uk Winner of the ‘Dacorum Business Award’ and


‘Dacorum Business Woman of the Year Award’ in 2006.


For appointments at the Old Town Hemel Hempstead Clinic call 01442 870686.


Champneys Tring, Chesham Road, Wigginton, Herts HP23 6HX


*24/7 access available to DOCTORnow VIP24 & VIP24+ members


Why choose DOCTORnow? 24/7* access to a doctor


Longer consultations - 15 & 30 minutes


Extended surgery hours -*7 days a week Luxurious surroundings


Referral to private specialists Patient centred care


General medical services include: Health checks & medicals


VIP membership - including family membership Travel Clinic


Health vaccinations Corporate GP & Nurse services


01442 502999 www.doctornow.org


email: info@doctornow.org


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