Portishead clinic moves to larger premises

PUBLISHED: 14:00 16 September 2018

Therapist Ian Reinge.

Therapist Ian Reinge.

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A Portishead physiotherapy clinic has moved to a larger premises to allow it to expand its services.

The Gina Reinge Clinic has moved from Mark’s Barber Shop in West Hill to Harbourmead.

The new venue includes a new treatment room and waiting facilities, while the recruitment of a new employee will allow the business to open all week.

Owner Gina Reinge said: “The new space allows us to expand for our running and cycling video analysis services alongside our current sports therapy and physiotherapy services.

“We have a great new sports therapist, Ethan Paul, which now means we can treat people seven days a week.”

The business offers physiotherapy, sports therapy, sports massage and sports science treatments.

It also provides comprehensive CPD courses for therapists and trainers across the country through its education arm.

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