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The Althos Clinic

We aim to provide a range of complementary and holistic therapies to cater for your modern day health needs. Established in 1984 by well known Osteopathic and Acupuncture practitioner Boyd Mackenzie, the clinic grew in stature until his untimely passing in 2009. In keeping with his forward looking principals, the clinic now runs as a multi disciplinary holistic health centre.

Our professional team of practitioners are qualified in;

Accupuncture| Osteopathy | Clinical Aromatherapy|Sports Therapy| Massage| Chiropody/Podiatry|Coaching| Bowen Therapy

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The Althos Clinic

The Althos Clinic

The Althos Clinic

The Althos Clinic

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