The International Mayflower Compact partnership have created the Mayflower Trail With over 400 ‘moments’ taking place, ranging from international civic ceremonies to local community events.
Whilst we have sympathetically refurbished this building to provide state of the art facilities, we have not been able to provide wheelchair access or accessibility for disabled persons into our Plymouth Clinic. This problem is compounded by the fact that we are on the first floor of this beautiful grade II listed building and have been unable to install a lift to offer assistance for those in wheel chairs or have difficulty climbing stairs.
We do recognise that this is difficult for people wanting to access our services and, if this situation should arise, we are able to offer a Consultation via Facetime or Skype to assess your suitability for treatment and give you the opportunity to ask questions. Although, without access to the Clinic we would not be able to carry out any treatment in our Plymouth Clinic, we do have the facility to offer access to our Clinic in Somerset. If this option is not suitable, we could refer you for treatment to a colleague in the local area that could do most, but not all, of the treatments we offer.