She has a warmth and sensibility that entitles clients to be at ease the second they speak on the phone or walk through the door.
If someone has clearly had a long trip, she offers them a cup of tea. This type of skill cannot be taught and is what adds to the uniqueness of the Spinewave experience.
Pip’s mental adjustments for clients are second to none
Pip used to work as a physio assistant at St Andrew’s Village for 8 years and learnt a lot about the ageing process. Knowing what she now knows about a healthy nervous system, after dealing with elderly balance issues, cognitive deterioration and mobility problems, she strongly suggests you look after your health now.
From where Pip sits in the practice, she gets to see and hear everyone’s success stories: clients being able to dance again, have boundless energy, hardly get sick, and sometimes recover spontaneously from seemingly impossible conditions. It all confirms for Pip that what Spinewave offers works.
Pip is married to Ian and has two teenage sons, Ben and Tim, who also get periodic check ups at Spinewave. Read Pip’s personal testimonial.