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2019 – A Review of the Year at goPhysio

Posted on 18th December 2019 by

December has become a great time for us to review the year, not only because it’s the end of they year, but it also marks the anniversary of our move to our great new clinic space in Chandlers Ford (3 years on and we’re still calling it ‘The New Clinic’!!).

What a fantastic 3 years it’s been. The clinic has got busier and busier and we’re helping more and more people enjoy an active, healthy positive life, free from pain and injury.

Despite being a place where we are frequently helping people who are in pain, may have been suffering for some time and are often frustrated and confused, the positive, friendly and buzzing environment is palpable. As you walk round the clinic, there’ll often be sounds of laughter and happy chatter. It really does make me feel proud and content at what we’ve built.

In economically challenging times, that we’ve now been experiencing for a number of years, the journey as a small business owner isn’t always easy. But, we stay focused and as business owners, make sure we really look after and invest in our team so that they can do what they’re best at – looking after you guys, our patients & customers!

goPhysio Team Christmas 2019

So, what did 2019 look like at goPhysio?

We’ve helped LOT’S of people…….This year, so far, we’ve…..

  • Provided just over 9,800 physio, massage & sports therapy appointments
  • Run over 1000 specialist Pilates classes
  • Registered over 1,100 new patients to the clinic

Brought you Reformer Pilates We have expanded our services here at goPhysio, introducing Reformer Pilates. Having Reformer Pilates in the clinic is such a valuable service and we’re looking forward to expanding this in 2020.

Introduced online booking for our classes. Pilates and Small Group Rehab attendees can now use our super easy online booking tool to book and manage all their classes. Take a look and register on the new system here.


5* Google Reviews We’ve now received 91 5* Google Reviews, something we’re extremely proud of. If you’d like to leave us your thoughts, you can do so here.

I always used to fear the prices of having physio done so avoided it forever but when I read recently required some treatment I bit the bullet and chose goPhysio and I’m glad I did because without sounding like a terrible TV commercial “it was worth every penny” and I was able to walk miles every day on my holiday! Thanks

Truthful Existance

Award Recognition In August, we were delighted to be awarded the Best Holistic Physiotherapy Clinic 2019 – Hampshire in the SME News UK Enterprise Awards. SME News carefully analyses everything from products/services, dedication to your industry and client testimonials to determine the winners’ selection, so we were delighted to receive this award.

Best UK Physical Therapy Blog This year, we were again delighted to be recognised as one of the top 10 Physiotherapy blogs to follow in the UK for 2019, in the number 3 spot no less! The Best UK Physical Therapy Blogs are chosen from thousands of UK Physical Therapy blogs on the web using search and social metrics. The blogs are recognised because they are actively working to educate, inspire, and empower their readers with frequent updates and high-quality information, so this is quite an achievement. Read more.

Another recognition we received was being recognised by 3 Best Rated as being in the top 3 best Physiotherapists in Southampton. 3 Best Rated use a 50-Point Inspection which includes local reviews, history, trading standards, ratings, satisfaction, trust, price and general excellence, so we were delighted to feature in their top 3!


The Eastleigh 10k This year, we were delighted to be asked to be the Official Health Partner of the Eastleigh 10k again. It was a fantastic event and our team worked tirelessly to massage over 170 runners before and after the event. It was such a fantastic experience for all involved and we are delighted to be part of the 2020 event next year.

We have a host of great events, masterclasses and workshops planned. Take a look here at what’s going on and to book any places. 

goPhysio Team Eastleigh 10k

Our Team This year we’ve be joined by our fantastic new Sports & Rehabilitation Therapist Rosie. Rosie is multi-skilled and works in our fantastic (and unique in the area) rehabilitation service, and provides sports and soft tissue massage, sports therapy, Pilates and Positive Steps classes.

We said a fond farewell to Physio Chris, who relocated with his family to The Midlands and a temporary goodbye to Kim, as she welcomed her gorgeous new baby Harriet to the world!

Our Physiotherapy team expanded as we welcomed Physiotherapists Charlotte and Jose and we are delighted that we will be joined by a new Physio early in 2020, Maddie.

Our 4th new team member this year is Katie. You may have seen Katie behind the desk or spoken to her about your appointment or Pilates classes. She’s been an absolutely crucial new member of the team and works tirelessly behind the scenes as our new business administrator.

As demand for our services grows, we are always seeking great new people to join us, so if you know of any Physiotherapists, ask them to give us a shout so we can chat about opportunities.

goPhysio becomes a local ‘Beauty Spot’, a drop off point for unwanted and unused beauty gifts, toiletries or general hygiene products to be distributed to those in need.

What does 2020 have in store?

We are very excited to be planning on expanding our Reformer Pilates service. We’re hoping that this year we’ll be able to introduce Reformer Pilates classes in our studio, offering cost effective, small group sessions on the Reformers!

If you’d like to start 2020 feeling great, looking forward to taking on new challenges and taking care of your body so that you can actually do what you want to do, get in touch. You can drop us an emailbook a consultation online or give us a call on 023 8025 3317. 


Meet Your Team – Hello Charlotte!

Posted on 16th December 2019 by

As our team has grown over the last year or so, we thought it would be a great time to introduce you to the team that we have to help you, re-introducing the more familiar faces and welcoming the new ones!

Today we meet Physiotherapist, Charlotte.

goPhysio Pilates Instructor

What are your qualifications?

I studied at the University Portsmouth and gained a BSc in Sport Science from 2000-2003. I then went to the University East London and qualified as a Physiotherapist, with a BSc Physiotherapy from 2004 -2007.

What areas have you previously worked in?

I have worked with the Rugby England ladies selection days, London wasps and Beaconsfield RFC.

I have worked in private practice since 2007, initially based in Chiswick, Twickenham and Camberley and now in Chandlers Ford.

Do you have any special areas of interest in physiotherapy?

My specialism is in assessing, diagnosing and treating musculoskeletal injuries, so those that affect muscles, bones, joints etc.  

I am qualified to use acupuncture with the AACP and also a Level 1 and 2 APPI Pilates Instructor (soon to complete Level 3!).

What you’re most proud of?

 Without a doubt, My Family 

What’s the best thing about being part of the goPhysio team? 

The team are wonderful and highly motivated. It’s a great atmosphere working at goPhysio – I’m over the moon to be a part of the team.

We asked………

If you could invite any 3 people in the world round for dinner, who would they be?

  • Peppa Pig – to entertain the Children
  • Micheal Mcintyre
  • Lee Mack

Where in the world is top of your list to visit?

Orlando, Florida

If you were going to space and could only take 1 thing, what would it be?

A Spacesuit to explore

What’s the 1 thing that may surprise people about you? 

 I share the same birthday as Nicole Scherzinger, (not year!)


Charlotte works at goPhysio on a Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. If you’d like to book an appointment to see Charlotte, you can give us a call on 023 8025 3317 or book an appointment online here.


Christmas Gift Packs

Posted on 8th December 2019 by

This Christmas, with people often struggling to find gift ideas for their loved ones, we’ve put together a few of our most popular services and products, to offer some ready to buy gift packs.

Christmas Gidt packs

Our Foam Roller Workshop gift packs are great for runners, sporty types or those that exercise and complain of aches and pains. Each pack comes with a voucher for one of our Foam Roller Workshops and the choice of a Trigger Point Grid Foam Roller or small MB1 Massage Ball.

Lot’s of people are often heard chatting about Pilates, they’ve been recommended it or would like to start. Why not encourage them by buying a Pilates gift pack. This includes a 30 minute Pilates induction session, a pair of Pilates socks, a resistance exercise band and the choice of 1 or 3 months of classes! This pack is heavily discounted and offers great value for money.

Massage is always our most popular gift purchase. You can buy a single massage or set of 3 massages, both with a self massage roller ball, to ease any tension in the comfort of your own home!

To purchase any of these special reduced gift packs or a gift voucher for any amount for any of our services, just pop into the clinic in Chandlers Ford.


Back Pain in Golf

Posted on 7th October 2019 by

Every year, the charity dedicated to supporting and helping people with back pain, BackCare, dedicates a week to highlighting a specific area of back pain. For 2019, the focus is on back pain in golfers.

Back pain in golf

There is a distinct lack of awareness regarding the prevention of back related injuries among golfers which hinder their play and performance in the sport.

Golf is a leisure sport enjoyed by more than 60 million people of all ages across the world and has reached the 4 million mark in the UK alone. It has many health and well-being benefits. It is widely known that a typical 18-hole-round amounts to 6-8 km of walking requiring 8000 to 12000 steps and a significant calorie burn.

You might be surprised to hear that more injuries occur in golf than in rugby! Golf with other leisure sports have an injury rate of 1.8 per thousand persons per year as opposed to 1.5 per thousand persons per year in rugby and other team sports according to the National Centre for Health Statistics.

What are the most common golfing injuries?

Low back injuries are the most common complaint from golfers. They account for 15.2% to 34% of all golf injuries, followed by injuries to the elbow (7% to 27%), shoulder (4% to 19%) and wrist 10%. Golf is a repetitive sport – With an average of 300 swings per golf-playing-day. So the type of injuries a golfer often picks up are overuse injuries.

How common are golf injuries?

Between 15.8% to 40.9% of amateur golfers report an injury (or injuries) every year; among professionals, the incidence ranges between 31% to 90% annually.

How does the swing affect the back?

Back problems are mainly attributed to how the golf swing of present-day professionals, such as Tiger Woods (the ‘modern swing’/‘the X-factor swing’) differs from that of golf legends like Jack Nicklaus (‘classic swing’). The modern swing is more powerful and exerts a greater compressive force toward the anatomy of the spine, which can be a contributory factor in back issues.

‘A long swing with passive wrists and light grip pressure can prevent back issues’ – US Golfer Phil Mickelson. At 45, Mickelson has played without any of the serious back pain unlike most of the major champions like Justin Rose, Lee Westwood, Rory McIlroy and Jason Day. Back injuries have sidelined the careers of former champions Tiger Woods and Fred Couples several times!

Want to know more about preventing back pain in golf, here’s a great little fact sheet ‘Swing Clever‘ that highlights the different factors associated with the classic and modern swing.

If back pain or any other injury is stopping you from enjoying your golf, then do get in touch. Our team can help!


World Physiotherapy Day 2019

Posted on 8th September 2019 by

Every year, on the 8th September, World Physiotherapy Day takes place – a day to recognise the work that physiotherapists do and the difference that our profession can make to peoples lives.

goPhysio Chronic pain

The campaign for World Physiotherapy Day 2019 is focussed around the theme of chronic pain and the role that physiotherapy and physical activity can have in helping people manage chronic pain.

The campaign is focused around the following key messages about the benefits of using exercise to manage chronic pain to:

  • maintain flexibility and movement
  • improve cardiovascular health
  • build and keep muscle tone
  • improve mood and general wellbeing
  • help control pain
  • increase confidence to take part in activities
  • take back control of your life and reduce your fear.

These messages are important not just to encourage health and activity in populations. They can help demonstrate how Physio’s keep people moving through interventions which maximise strength and mobility. Through advice and exercise programmes, physio’s support people of all ages to achieve activity goals.

What is chronic pain?

Chronic or persistent pain is pain that carries on for longer than 12 weeks despite medication or treatment. Most people get back to normal after pain following an injury or operation. But sometimes the pain carries on for longer or comes on without any history of an injury or operation. It can be an extremely frustrating, confusing and challenging time.

Here’s a fantastic video that explains it further.

As Physio’s, we can help people with such pain to get moving without fear, where the brain isn’t protecting by pain. There really is so much power in having the confidence and support to get moving.

Chronic pain how physio can help
goPhysio Chronic pain
goPhysio Chronic pain

If you have pain and want help and support, please give us a call on 023 8025 3317 to see how we can help you.


Best Care for Musculoskeletal Pain

Posted on 28th August 2019 by

What does best practice care for musculoskeletal pain look like? A recent review was published by The British Medical Journal, that came up with 11 consistent recommendations to help form ‘best practice’ in the care of musculoskeletal pain.

In today’s blog, we explore these recommendations, how we implement them at goPhysio and what it means to you guys, the people with the pain or injury.

11 Best Practice Recommendations for care in musculoskeletal care.

#1 Care should be patient centred This goes without saying, but you’re the one and only person that matters to us. We take time to get to know you, learn how your injury is impacting you, and work with you to understand your lifestyle, so we know what we are aiming for. Everyone and everyone’s circumstances are SO different and individual, so it’s crucial our approach to each and every person we see is individualised too.

#2 Screen for serious conditions We take this incredibly seriously and although it may go un-noticed by you, we make sure that there is nothing serious going on. If we are in any way concerned, we’ll make sure we point you in the right direction and will provide any letters, phone calls or support that you need.

#3 Assess psychological factors The body and the mind are inextricably linked. The power of the mind is incredible. You need to feel reassured, informed and have an appropriate understanding of your injury. Any doubts, fears, worries or misconceptions will really impact on your recovery. We make sure we consider any psychological factors that may be impacting you and address them appropriately.

#4 Only refer for imaging if specifically indicated It’s a commonly held myth, that a scan or an X-Ray is needed in order to diagnose an injury. In fact, referrals for imaging (X-Rays or scans) are only needed in very specific cases. Why? Because all too often, symptoms do not relate to imaging results. So, an image may not show any damage or injury, but you may be getting symptoms. Equally, you may have damage on imaging, but be symptom free and seeing the damage on imagery can cause issues in itself! If we think that there is indication for a scan or X-Ray we will make sure we assist you with this. We can even refer directly to low cost, quick, private scanning – so you don’t have to get referred by a Dr, saving you even more time.

#5 Physical examination This is our bread and butter. Using all our senses – looking, feeling, testing, questioning and putting it all together with our evaluation skills in order to explain to you exactly what’s going on.

#6 Evaluate progress Together, we will set your goals, what you want to achieve through coming to see us. That’s the most important bit. However, we will also take measurements and document certain testing, so that we can measure your progress and ensure we’re on the right track.

#7 Education We want to make sure that you fully understand what’s going on in as much detail as you need. Some people only want the basics, some want an in depth explanation. But if you can understand what’s going on and what you can do to help yourself with your recovery, you’re much more likely to succeed in achieving your goal. This may include modifying your activity or lifestyle slightly, changing a routine, adapting a training programme or work activity.

#8 Address physical activity / exercise As a team go health professionals, it’s important that we support everyone in living a healthy and active life. As part of this, we can provide the necessary support and advice you may need to start or increase your physical activity. Some people find having an injury a bit of a wake up call to make some changes and often, getting more active is one.

#9 Apply ‘manual therapy’ as an adjunct We use a huge range of treatments to help you with your recovery. Using our hands (manual therapy) is just one tool, and can be very beneficial in many ways for lot’s of different injuries and to help ease pain. It is very important though that it is used as an adjunct to more active approaches, such as exercise and education/advice. Manual therapy alone is unlikely to be a solution to your recovery, as it’s effects are often short lived – it’s the strengthening, stretching, confidence and education that makes the most impact on recovery.

#10 Discuss non-surgical approaches (unless surgery indicated) Unfortunately, people still remain entrenched in the ‘medical model’ of belief, thinking that medicine and/or surgery are the only answer. They often want quick fixes and magic cures! Much of the evidence is now very clear on when surgery is indicated and it’s not as often as you may think! Physiotherapy and physical treatments are often much more effective than surgery when given the chance in many conditions. Obviously, there are cases when surgery is absolutely the right decision. In these cases, our Clinicians will help with referrals and work very closely with many local Consultants to ensure you receive the most appropriate care. We can also closely liaise with your GP to facilitate this.

#11 Facilitate continuation or return to work Staying at work or returning to work ASAP when you’ve had an injury is crucially important for your recovery. We can help advise on modifying your activities so this is possible. It may seem a bit daunting, especially if you’ve had to take time off work because of your injury. But remaining in work helps in so many ways.

If you’ve got an injury and want the best possible care, then do give us a call on 023 8025 3317 and see if we can help you.

Helping local people live a healthy, active, positive life, pain and injury free.

goPhysio


Dizzy? Physio could be your simple solution

Posted on 12th August 2019 by

If you’ve ever experienced dizziness, you know how awful it can be. It can have an impact on everything you do and become very distressing, frustrating and limiting.

There can be many reasons why you might experience dizziness and nausea. Some of these may be medical and need medication, specialist tests and interventions.

However, there is a particularly common cause of dizziness that is very easily treated with physiotherapy.

That condition is benign paroxysmal positional vertigo or BPPV for short.

What is BPPV?

Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (referred to as BPPV for the rest of this article) is a condition related to the inner ear.  

The ear has small organs that can sense the movement of crystals within them.  This gives you the ability to sense your heads position related to gravity. Connected to these organs are small canals which are lined with fine hair-like sensors that feel for movement of fluid within the canal.  This allows us to monitor the rotation or twisting of our head.  

BPPV occurs when the crystals contained within the organs become dislodged and make their way into the canals.  This makes the canals sensitive to movements that would they would not normally be sensitive to.

This can result in the following symptoms:

  • Dizziness
  • Vertigo (feeling like the room is spinning)
  • A loss of balance and unsteadiness
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting

How do I know if I have BPPV?

The following are some of the general pattern of the above symptoms that you might expect with BPPV:

  • Brought on by a change in position of your head
  • Can take up to 20 seconds to start after movement of head
  • Last up to 1 minute at a time before settling
  • Possible issues with balance when walking or standing

If you have any of the following symptoms then it is unlikely that you have BPPV and go should see your GP for further investigation:

  • Severe Headache
  • Hearing loss
  • Slurred Speech
  • Weakness of your arms of legs.
  • Loss of vision or double vision.
  • Fever
  • Pins and needles or numbness
  • Loss of consciousness

How can physiotherapy help BPPV?

Our physiotherapists at goPhysio are able to treat BPPV using a specialist technique called the Epley manoeuvre.

Before carrying out the procedure, on of our physiotherapists will carry out a test called the Dix-Hallpike Manoeuvre.  This is used to distinguish if your dizziness is caused by BPPV and if so, which ear is affected.  (BPPV tends to affect one ear rather than both).

The test is a simple movement where you move from a seated position on the plinth to laying on your back whilst your therapist will support and guide your head to one side.  The therapist will look to see if your symptoms are reproduced as well as looking out to see if your eyes begin to flicker (nystagmus).  This would indicate BPPV as the likely cause of your symptoms. If it is found to be the cause of your symptoms, then we can use a simple treatment technique called The Epley Manoeuvre.

What is the Epley manoeuvre?

The Epley manoeuvre is a series of movements of your head, guided by the therapist.  The result of the Dix-Hallpike Manoeuvre determines which ear the Epley Manoeuvre is aimed at treating.  Each position is performed laying or sitting on the treatment couch.  These positions are then held for 30 seconds or until your symptoms settle, before moving onto the next.  The Epley Manoeuvre generally takes less than 5 minutes to perform once started and is fully guided by the physiotherapist.  

The precise series of movements of your head utilise gravity and the shape of the canals to move the crystals.  With each movement the crystals move along to the next part of the canal until they move back into the organs that they are normally contained within.

How many sessions of physio will I need?

We have seen some fantastic results of patients report their symptoms have fully settled after one session.  However it can take up to 3 session for symptoms to fully resolve as some crystals may not make back to the organs within the first couple of attempts.

If you think you might have BPPV and you would like to speak to one of our physiotherapists, or if you have any other question then please call into the clinic on 023 8025 3317.



Meet Your Team – Hello Chris!

Posted on 15th July 2019 by


As our team has grown over the last year or so, we thought it would be a great time to introduce you to the team that we have to help you, re-introducing the more familiar faces and welcoming the new ones!

Chris Tiley Physiotherapist at goPhysio

Today we meet Physiotherapist, Chris.

What are your clinical qualifications?

I graduated from Coventry University with a BSc Physiotherapy in 2008.

What areas have you previously worked in?

I have worked in a variety of setting, this includes:

  • British Parasnowsport 
  • Reading FC Academy
  • Circle Hospital in Reading
  • Private Clinics in Reading and Bournemouth

Do you have any special areas of interest in physiotherapy?

I have a particular Interest in:

  • Strength and Conditioning
  • Chronic/Persistent Pain
  • Sports Injuries

What you’re most proud of?

Having been able to work as part of the British Parasnowsport team.

What’s the best thing about being part of the goPhysio team? 

Having access to all the fantastic facilities we have, especially the strong room. 

We asked………

If you could invite any 3 people in the world round for dinner, who would they be?

  • Robin Williams
  • Stephen Fry
  • Jessica Ennis-Hill

Where in the world is top of your list to visit?

Japan

If you were going to space and could only take 1 thing, what would it be?

A camera

What’s the 1 thing that may surprise people about you? 

I played the Euphonium as a child.


Chris works at goPhysio on a Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. If you’d like to book an appointment to see Chris, you can give us a call on 023 8025 3317 or book an appointment online here.


Meet Your Team, Hello Roz!

Posted on 24th June 2019 by

As our team has grown over the last year or so, we thought it would be a great time to introduce you to the team that we have to help you, re-introducing the more familiar faces and welcoming the new ones!

Roz Brawn - Physiotherapist & Level 2 APPI Pilates Instructor

Today we meet Physiotherapist & Pilates Instructor, Roz.

What are your clinical qualifications?

I studied a BSc Sports Science initially at Loughborough University, graduating in 1993 before going on to study Physiotherapy at Birmingham University, where I qualified in 1997.

What areas have you previously worked in?

My career started in the NHS and I then went to work in Australia as a Physio in private practice for 4 years. On returning to the UK, I spent time working in the private sector alongside working with the Hampshire County Cricket Team. For 8 years I worked with the English Institute of Sport, including being the full time Physiotherapist to the GB Rowing Team, GB Diving Team and GB Synchro Swimming Team. I have also worked as a part time physio for the GB Gymnastics Team.

Do you have any special areas of interest in physiotherapy?

Unsurprisingly, given my sporting experience, I am interested in working with sports injuries, particularly hip and back issues. I am a member of the ACPSEM. I also enjoy rehab after spinal surgery or fractures.

I have specialist qualifications in using acupuncture and am a member of the AACP, and IASTM (read more about what IASTM is here!).

I am also a Level 2 APPI Pilates Instructor and Pilates Reformer Instructor.

What you’re most proud of?

Being part of Team GB at the Olympic Games and seeing the athletes that had worked so hard achieve their goals and dreams knowing that I had played a part to enable that journey to be completed.

What’s the best thing about being part of the goPhysio team? 

Being part of a supportive team of people all with different backgrounds, knowledge and skills who are open to sharing those skills and supporting each other.

We asked………

If you could invite any 3 people in the world round for dinner, who would they be?

  • David Attenborough
  • Nelson Mandela
  • Ben Fogle

Where in the world is top of your list to visit?

Thailand

If you were going to space and could only take 1 thing, what would it be?

A photo album

What’s the 1 thing that may surprise people about you? 

 I drove a 4WD vehicle from Australia to England!


Roz works at goPhysio from Tuesday – Friday. If you’d like to book an appointment to see Roz, you can give us a call on 023 8025 3317 or book an appointment online here.


Special Discount for Places Leisure Members

Posted on 22nd April 2019 by

We are delighted to be working in partnership with Places Leisure to offer a special discount for members.

Our ethos is very aligned with that of Places Leisure, in that we both support local people in living healthy, active lifestyles. The facilities at the new Places Leisure and the range of activities on offer are amazing. There really is something for everyone!

However, unfortunately, pain and injury all too often get in the way of people either becoming or staying active. Someone may take up a new exercise and do too much, too soon, which ends in an injury. If this isn’t managed well, it can put them off exercise for a long time. Maybe they want to exercise but have a long term condition such as arthritis and they aren’t sure what they should do? Or maybe an enthusiastic sportsperson has suffered a sporting injury, which means they’ve been out of action for a few months?

This is where we come in. We help guide people dealing with the pain and frustration of an injury, by offering easy access to a range of professional services locally that help people enjoy a life free from pain or injury. 

Our services can help members:

  • Recover from injury 
  • Stay injury free 
  • Manage long term conditions positively with activity 
  • Stay active 
  • Return to exercise, sports or activity after an injury 
  • Give people the confidence to be active 

How do I get a discount if I’m a Places Leisure Member?

So, if you need our help, all you need to do is chat to a member of the Places Leisure team. They’ll complete a quick referral form that will summarise what help you need. Then, all you need to do is give us a call on 023 8025 3317 and say you’re a Places Leisure Member. We’ll find a convenient time for you to come along to see us. When you come for your appointment, just bring your referral form with you. The 10% discount will be applied to your session and any further sessions you need for that problem.


T&Cs

  • To qualify for the discount, you must inform goPhysio at the time of booking that you are a member of Places Leisure 
  • You must bring the completed, dated and signed referral form with you to the first appointment 
  • Referrals are valid for 4 weeks from the date they are signed. To qualify for the discount the first appointment has to be attended whilst the referral is valid. 
  • Active members of Places Leisure will receive a 10% discount off of the following services:
  • There is no discount off of Pilates, stock items or any other services. 
  • The discount can not be used in conjunction with any other discounts.