Saturday, February 29th, 2020

Specialist health clinic opens in former high street bank in Farningham village

100m British sprint champion Ojie Edoburun performed part of the opening ceremony at the Acer House clinic in Farningham

Two of Britain’s fastest sprinters visited the site of the old Barclays Bank in Farningham High Street recently to officially open the new Acer House specialist allied-health practice which has moved into and extended the premises.

Current 100m British champion Ojie Edoburun and double Olympian sprinter Ashleigh Nelson, who have worked closely with Clinical Director and Specialist Musculoskeletal Osteopath, Peter Horobin for the past couple of years, attended the launch party where the guests also included medical professionals and members of the local community who had been involved in the creation of the impressive new facility.

Double Olympian British sprinter Ashleigh Nelson took part in the opening celebrations at Acer House Practice which has taken over the old Barclays bank building in Farningham

The conversion was overseen by Peter who grew up in the area and has worked locally and in clinics in London for the past 10 years. His mission is for Acer House Practice to become a centre of clinical excellence for the local community.

By bringing a variety of different specialists together under one roof to offer evidence-based treatment for a variety of conditions and adopt a team approach to help each patient.

Since its opening it has been regularly visited by local people, sports enthusiasts and professional athletes alike for expert remedial treatment.

Acer House Practice is offering 10% off initial consultations throughout January 2020.

Visit www.acerhousepractice.co.uk for more information and to book online.

Ojie Edoburun congratulates Clinical Director and Specialist Musculoskeletal Osteopath, Peter Horobin on the opening of his new clinic

 

 

 

 

 

 

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