We are quickly approaching being able to welcome all our lovely clients to the new clinic. Laura, Anders and I are so excited that the plans are all coming together and are so grateful to the team of joiners, electricians and painters who are working hard to ensure the premises are ready for us in time. We will have some exciting new services to offer in our studio and third treatment room that will bring more opportunity for general health and well-being within the community. As always, we would really appreciate any ideas or suggestions that you might have, please send us your input via email (email@example.com) or the facebook page.
February has been a full on month for Laura, with the shooting season ending and all the gun dogs needing checked over along with the horse competition season starting up again as well as still being as busy as ever in clinic! Despite all this she has managed to take her own horse to a show, picking up a third place (not bad considering he hadn’t jumped since August!) and also found time to sneak to glenshee for a day, where the weather and snow were fantastic!
This last weekend also saw her catching up fellow Banchory businesses at the BBA Trader’s Ball where Banchory Lodge looked after us beautifully, followed by a Sunday morning clay pigeon shoot at Raemoir House Hotel – and she just couldn’t resist the chance to stand up and talk about what chiropractic can do for fellow shooters with her friend and local massage therapist Anne Humphrey!
Now Laura is focusing on helping to move the clinic to its new home and can’t wait to see what March holds!
He has also been on another trip to Shetland this month where he helped out in one of the chiropractic clinics there. This was a good experience for Anders and also appreciated by the clinic. The scenery was beautiful and he even saw otters playing in the water, but they were not easy to take a photo of!
Outside clinic work, Anders has been stacking up the kilometres for the charity event he is doing with his partner. They will walk 1000km over the whole year to raise money for the Ectopic pregnancy trust. It is a wonderful cause and if you would like any more information click HERE. Through running, walking and rowing Anders has been averaging about 25-30km per week through January and February. Anders didn’t used to exercise before work but would definitely now recommend it to people as he has noticed his energy levels increase when working long days (it is also great catching the sunrise when out running).
Now Anders is mostly just preparing for the big move to the new premises, which he is very excited about. It is excited to see the changes, improved facilities and new opportunities for our clients that the new clinic offers.
The rest of the month will continue to keep Anders busy. Following his help offering chiropractic treatments to athletes at the Westhill duathlon he has volunteered to do the same at the Inverurie duathlon on Feb 26th which he is looking forward to. He also hopes for a trip to Glenshee if we are lucky with the snow!