Thursday, February 6, 2020

Try Their Treatment And Rehabilatation At C1 Chiropractic Health Centre

C1 Chiropractic Health Centre is towards the Bristol Bridge end of Victoria Street.  It is the first of four, yellow, medieval buildings on the junction of St. Thomas Street and Victoria Street. The center is opposite No 10 and over the road is No. 33 and is is in Victoria Street but it looks like St Thomas Street!

The center's aim is to provide everyone in BS1 with all the complementary health care they need so that they can successfully get on with their lives. C1 Chiropractic Health Centre have a wide range of experienced and highly skilled practitioners. Some of the care we provide is chiropractic, sports massage and sports injury therapy, core stability and acupuncture.

C1 Chiropractic Health Centre   
25 Victoria St, Bristol BS1 6AA, United Kingdom   
0117 922 1542   
FC36+34 Bristol, United Kingdom

C1 Chiropractic Health Centre is about fourteen minutes away from Hypnotherapy Bristol Practice. If you happen to be looking for a hypnotherapist, come and visit Hypnotherapist Bristol Practice. Anyone suffering from bad smoking habits, anxiety, panic attacks and depression, can seek help from hypnotherapy. It has been helping people overcome a wide range of issues successfully.

For nearly 15 years, owner Greg Nejedly had the privilege of being able to treat many people in and around Bristol for a wide range of issues. His approach is to help the individual to overcome his issues and to understand that your past does not have to influence your future in a negative way.

Go to for more information on hypnotherapy. You can also get their phone number to book an appointment.

Friday, January 24, 2020

Latest News And Events

A weighty issue - a whole city approach to change lives for the better

The Hot Coffee, Hot Topic event is hosted by the Mayor as part of the Alive Bristol initiative which aims to help bring about healthier and more active communities. Our area manager Vicky Marriott and our new Bristol area lead, Acomo Oloya, will join the debate to help co-ordinate a whole city approach to tackle unhealthy weight levels, which the city council has said is a priority. The discussion will take place on Wednesday 5th February from 10am until 11.15am at City Hall.

You don't need to work in an area linked to the topic to attend; Hot Coffee, Hot Topic sessions are relaxed and informal and allow any colleague to be part of an interesting morning. Whoever you are and whatever your role, you are welcome to join in.

The causes of unhealthy weight are complex, so a coordinated ‘whole city’ approach is needed to help tackle the large inequalities between the most and least economically deprived areas. This will involve collective action across the local authority, NHS, education settings, food businesses, leisure and sport providers, workplaces and communities.
Healthwatch Bristol, The Sion, Crown Glass Place, Nailsea, Bristol, BS48 1RB
01275 851400
C6JR+V9 Bristol

Bristol hospital therapist was 'danger to patients'

An occupational therapist at Bristol Royal Infirmary was a “danger to patients”, a tribunal heard.

Lisa Hetreed has been suspended from registering with the Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC) for a year due to “incidents which could have resulted in significant patient harm”.

The HCPC panel suspended Miss Hetreed on Tuesday (January 14) after hearing she failed to give a patient oxygen when needed and made other serious mistakes.

She worked at the acute stroke ward of Bristol Royal Infirmary (BRI) in Marlborough Street between October 2014 and November 2016.

Her line manager described her as a “danger to patients” and the lead occupational therapist said: “Her skill level was worse than newly qualified.”

In its report of the tribunal, the HCPC said Miss Hetreed did not ensure a patient was being given oxygen when going to the bathroom in December 2015.
The Bristol Post, Temple Way, Bristol, BS2 0BY
0117 934 3331
FC38+VQ Bristol