What gets our team out of bed in the morning with a spring in their step is knowing that we’re going to motivate and inspire lots of people to prioritise their body’s health and help them to keep moving and active throughout their lives. Making a positive impact on others and their wellbeing.
We believe that everyone deserves to experience exceptional healthcare, not just the basics, but a gold standard service where the team taking care of you are positive and inspiring, making recovery or improvement enjoyable and achievable.
One of the other advantages of having a successful team and business is that we can Give Back!
We’re strong believers that we should share our success which is why we deliver educational talks at schools and clubs, and advise people how to make positive changes to their health. But it doesn’t end there.
We’re involved with a fantastic initiative called Buy1Give1, where every time you attend an appointment with us, we make a positive impact to someone who’s disadvantaged.
Take a look at the wonderful impacts we have made so far:
Provide an underprivileged child in Tanzania with access to life-saving water for a day. Safe drinking water is not readily available in poverty-stricken areas. A new 28m rope pump enables safe water to be extracted from the well more easily and is less strenuous for women and children. A concrete sanitary seal also ensures safe deeper water is protected from potentially polluted shallow aquifers. Improve the health of a child and provide employment to local contractors by being part of this mission to install quality water points for rural communities in Tanzania.
Bricks and building materials are a good place to start in rural communities that have limited resources. Help to build a dormitory in a remote school in Cambodia. These provide housing to young teachers who are often undertaking their first placements far from their own communities. In some instances, students who live far from school may also stay there.School dormitories have proven effective for retaining teachers, encouraging continued enrolment, and building stronger school communities.Bricks may also be used to provide walls and gates around the school for additional safety and to build much needed toilet blocks which can have a huge impact on enrolment and attendance for young girls.
Provide improved sanitation to a poor Tanzanian child for a day by constructing a safe and hygienic latrine in a school. Each facility is customised and designed by top engineers. Treated biosolids can be safely removed and reused for beneficial agricultural practices. Students and teachers are taught on the correct use of the facilities and maintenance for greater durability. Poor sanitation is a worrying cause of diarrheal disease and other illnesses. Less than a tenth of rural Tanzanians have access to improved sanitation. Bring positive change by promoting safe sanitation practices.