In light of everything, I’ve made the difficult decision to temporarily close the clinic until further notice.
Anyone that knows me well, will know how tough a decision this has been for me to make. My duty of care is to my patients, some of whom have underlying conditions and are more vulnerable than others, and I feel this is the best way to keep them safe.
It’s times like this that we really need each other, and if anyone’s feeling low or just wants a chat, please do not hesitate to ring me. I’ll always be there for my patients.
We’re all going to need a lot of looking after and nurturing once this is over, but rest assured we’ll all get through this.
Many thanks for your continued support and if I can help with anything at please let me know.
In the meantime, if you’d like some additional support, I’m now offering online acupressure consultations. Click here for details and booking.
Look after each other.
Positive Acupuncture is on the outskirts of Cornwall’s Cathedral city of Truro.
Formerly The Mitchell Hill Clinic, Positive Acupuncture has been providing complementary therapies to improve health, wellbeing and quality of life, plus holistic beauty treatments that work not only on the outside but on the inside too since 2004.
Traditional acupuncturist and clinic manager Paul Adkins takes care to create individual treatment plans; this enables him to determine the most effective course of therapy for your needs.
Many people require the opportunity to discuss the expected results, or perhaps to discover the recommended duration of treatment, before booking a therapy session. Therefore, for first-time patients, we offer a 15-minute FREE consultation at Positive Acupuncture.
So, if you’re looking to experience a completely confidential service, in a relaxing, comfortable and friendly environment, please come and visit us at Positive Acupuncture; the holistic, natural health and beauty clinic in Threemilestone, Truro.
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