Help your self at home


Following the latest government directive, Sundial is now closed.

Free online consultations

We are offering free online video or phone consultations for everyone. Although we haven’t worked out a way to treat you over the wires we can help with current problems and make a tentative diagnosis for new ones. Often simple advice and exercises can make a big difference. It may mean that you don’t need to go to the GP or A and E at this time. It’s also good to have the reassurance that something else is not going on. Call the clinic to book this free video or phone consultation.

These online consultations are also available for people who haven’t been to us before.


Help yourself at home

We also have a range of other self-help advice on our website, including:

Simple posture exercises from the British Chiropractic Association
How to manage an acute injury yourself

Stay healthy.

Matthew and Ben

Our initial response on 15th March 2020

Despite all the news about Coronavirus, life continues as usual along with its aches and pains. We wanted to let you know what we are doing here at Sundial to keep you safe when you come in to see us.

Following advice for clinics from Public Health England, we are regularly disinfecting surfaces throughout the clinic. This includes chair arms, doors, handrails and, of course, the benches. Reusable towels have been removed from the loos and extra supplies of paper towels are in place. Hand sanitisers are easily available for your use whilst you are here. All staff are washing and disinfecting hands thoroughly throughout the day. We are also advising anyone who is ill not to attend for their appointment.

These measures will minimise the risk of passing on an infection. By taking a few sensible precautions and working together we can reduce the effects of the infection, reduce the disruption to daily life and ensure that everyone who needs to see us is safe.

Matthew and Ben


Monday 16th March 2020:
Magazines have been removed from reception as a possible sourse of cross-contamination. Codes have been provided for access to our wifi instead.
Tuesday  17th March 2020:
New guidance last night from Public Health England advises people over 70 or with underlying health conditions to avoid un-necessary contact. If you fall into these categories then do not attend for routine check ups. If, however, you have significant pain and would like treatment then we will do everything we can to minimise the risk of infection.
To view the full guidance click here

What to do if you have symptoms of Coronavirus

Stay at home for 7 days if you have either:

  • a high temperature – A high temperature (fever) is generally considered to be 38C or over
  • a new continuous cough

This will help to protect others in your community while you are infectious.  If a member of your family has signs of Coronavirus then you should all stay home for 14 days.

Do not go to a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital or come in to Sundial.

You do not need to contact NHS 111 to tell them you’re staying at home.

Source: UK Government

Further information

How to take someone’s temperature