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Cheltenham clinic joins national healthcare group

A clinic offering physiotherapy and chiropractic services has joined The Medical group of healthcare practices. The Regency Clinic will continue to deliver care and personal service for the people of Cheltenham and Gloucestershire.

Owner and chiropractor, Rob Grace (pictured), is looking forward to taking a step back from management and focusing his energies back on chiropractic.

He said: "This is an exciting development for The Regency Clinic. I have spent the past 17 years building the clinic into what we have today, and I am confident that The Medical will only make it stronger. They have a robust ethos and patient-focused values, which I wholeheartedly agree with, and I'm looking forward to our future together."

The Medical originated in the South West and is now expanding nationally - covering Leicester, Brighton, Oxford, Berkshire, Hertfordshire and soon to be opening healthcare clinics in London.

The Medical CEO, James Arthurs, said: "Incorporating The Regency Clinic into our portfolio was an obvious decision for The Medical. It has become a healthcare leader within the region, run by a team who demonstrate drive and vision. Their practitioners' expertise is second to none and their customer service is both personal and professional. We intend to keep the clinic running just the way it is, keeping everyone in place."

The Regency Clinic currently has a team of 15 practitioners, working with around 500 patients a week. It offers chiropractic, physiotherapy, osteopathy, massage, podiatry/ chiropody. It also has a fitness studio for personal training and offers pilates and yoga classes. The clinic also has a digital x-ray facility on-site.

The Regency Clinic signage will soon be replaced with The Medical branding, but Bony Tony will still be sitting on the wall!

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