About the Practice

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The Practice was founded in 1996 and started off in London, before moving to Essex in 2001.

Our company is based on the belief that patients’ needs are of the utmost importance.

Joanne is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals.

Joanne would be delighted to have the opportunity to earn your trust too and deliver you a first class, relaxing and health-enhancing experience.

NB – COVID-19 Update!

In order to maintain the highest levels of hygiene and minimise the risk of infection, you will be asked some essential pre-appointment screening questions on the day before or morning of your appointment. These are:

In the last 14 days, have you been in close contact with anyone who has been diagnosed with Covid-19 infection?

In the last 14 days, have you been in close contact with anyone exhibiting symptoms of Covid-19 infection?

Do you have, or have you had in the last 14 days, any of the following symptoms:

Temperature of ≥ 37.8°C

And at least one of the following respiratory symptoms, which must be of acute onset:

Persistent cough (with or without sputum)

Hoarseness

Nasal discharge or congestion

Shortness of breath

Sore throat

Wheezing

Sneezing

Do you have a new, continuous cough?

Do you have any fatigue or malaise?

Do you have any nausea, vomiting or diarrhoea?

Have you returned from another country in the last 14 days?

We also need to ask if you are in the ‘high risk’ group? Do you fall into any of these categories?                                                       

Have you received a letter from the NHS asking you to ‘shield’?

Have you had an organ transplant?

Are you undergoing cancer treatment?

Do you have a severe respiratory condition?

Is your immune system compromised in any other way?

Is anyone in your household in one of these groups?

You will be asked to sign a declaration that your answers are true and accurate to the best of your knowledge on your arrival and that you are aware of the risks involved of accepting treatment for vulnerable people.