Total Health West Berkshire
Total Health West Berkshire was started in 2017 by Rosie Piercy with one clear goal in mind. To provide a high-quality clinic with an exceptional level of service not only for patients but for the practitioners running their business from it.
Located in Thatcham, West Berkshire, Total Health West Berkshire has 6 treatment rooms. This provides a home for Rosie’s chiropractic clinic, Total Chiropractic, as well as a base for other practitioners to run their business. Such as massage, acupuncture, and osteopathy as well as talking therapies such as counselling and hypnotherapy.
The building itself is a beautiful grade 2 listed barn, providing a tranquil setting for treatments. Ideally located close to the A4 on the Newbury, Thatcham border, it provides easy access for patients and brilliant parking facilities.
Clinic DirectorRosie is the clinic director of Total Health West Berkshire and Chiropractor at Total Chiropractic.
Sharon is our wonderful clinic manager. Queen of all organisation, admin and laughter. She will likely be the smiling face greeting you on reception, so expect a warm welcome!
Ali is the marketing whiz for Total Health West Berkshire, she also makes stained glass designs and freelances in website design and social media marketing.
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