A Perth-based chiropractor has relocated to a larger premises to accommodate an increase in patients and offer a new range of health and wellness services, after securing a £284k funding package from Bank of Scotland.
Chiropractic Life Health & Wellness had reached full capacity at its previous location and opened a new practice, on Scott Street, Perth in February.
The bank’s investment allowed the business to acquire the building and renovate it with state-of-the-art equipment. The practice has grown from three to eight consultancy rooms, including a gym, massage rooms and a health workshop.
The business plans to recruit two additional chiropractors, an assistant and a personal trainer, which will see its workforce increase from nine to thirteen members of staff.
The new clinic offers a range of services from chiropractic care and personal training, to dietary advice and stress management. The practice has also introduced a unique ‘Eight Weeks to Wellness’ plan. This service includes a health assessment for clients and provides them with a wellness score. Clients are then offered a tailored wellness plan and re-assessed at the end of six weeks to measure improvement.
Dr Daniel Brown, director of Chiropractic Life Ltd, said: “Relocating our business was paramount to creating our wellness centre. The new practice is five times bigger than our previous one, allowing us to develop our wellness services and help more people.
“We are currently the only chiropractic clinic in Scotland to offer this exclusive wellness programme and we are looking forward to developing it further and offering a new holistic form of healthcare.”
Louise Fraser, relationship manager at Bank of Scotland, added: “We have supported Dr Brown since 2010, and he is committed to providing high-quality healthcare services. We’re pleased to have been able to support him to expand the business and introduce additional services.
“Our team of specialist relationship managers play a key role in helping businesses such as Chiropractic Life to seize opportunities for growth, and making sure customers get dedicated sector expertise like this is just one of the many ways that we are helping Scotland prosper.”