2019 was another busy year for City Osteopaths, with Jennifer, Simon and I conducting around 2000 appointments. Often clinic was so busy that we couldn’t always see patients at the most convenient time for them. To address this, we have restructured our diary for 2020 to offer 20% more appointments per week than in 2019. We will also be opening from 8.30am to give people the opportunity to come before work as well as continuing to offer appointments up until 7pm in the evening.
We have also been busy outside of the clinic again this year. City Osteopaths has long been the ‘go to’ clinic for many organisations in the area, but this year, Simon was able to provide treatment for the cast of various shows at Wolverhampton Theatre, including on-site for ‘Madagascar’ (pictured). Jennifer has continued to volunteer at New Cross Hospital on the maternity ward providing breast feeding support to new families. This role involves considerable ongoing training, which also benefits the many families who bring their unhappy babies to see her in the clinic at City Osteopaths. This year Jennifer also completed her training in one-to-one and group clinical Pilates, and will go on to complete her advanced training in 2020. Jennifer integrates these new skills into her osteopathic treatment approach, but is also offering specific Pilates only appointments as well.