In 1982, Roger Beresford established Suffolk Clinic, initially, as an Acupuncture Clinic, at Suffolk House in the Butts. Moving to Spencer Road in 1985, Suffolk Clinic expanded. While acupuncture continued to play a major role at Suffolk Clinic, Roger extended its services to support patients who wouldn't necessarily benefit from acupuncture alone. Given Roger's interest in sport, early disciplines to be added to Suffolk Clinic involved sports injury rehabilitation, which makes Suffolk Clinic one of the longest established sports injury clinics in the Coventry and Warwickshire area.
In 1990, Ann Taplin joined Suffolk Clinic and introduced Reiki Healing, complementing the other services offered by the clinic. She has recently extended these to include Ear Irrigation and Hopi Ear Candling.
In 2005, Chiropractic treatment was included in the services offered to its patients when Rosalind Beresford, Roger's daughter-in-law, joined the team at the clinic.
Also in 2005, Anne Baker joined the Suffolk clinic offering Homeopathy.
As you can see, over the years, Suffolk Clinic has responded to patients’ health needs by providing a greater range of therapies. Today, Suffolk Clinic offers a considerable range of treatments, which means that those contacting the clinic are likely to find a solution to their health problems.
Suffolk Clinic offers one of the most comprehensive range of services under one roof in the Coventry and Warwickshire area.
Sports Injury Rehabilitation, Sports Therapy / Massage, Reflexology (Vacuflex) and Acupuncture can treat those with sports injuries or mobility problems; whilst Chiropractic, Reflexology (Vacuflex) and Acupuncture can assist those with more general illnesses.
Acupuncture and Reiki Healing can help those with mental, emotional and physical health problems resulting from: shock and trauma; infectious disease, surgery, vaccination, anaesthesia and chemotherapy; illnesses such as arthritis, asthma can be treated
Suffolk Clinic strives to provide services to patients which are of the highest quality and sees a high level of patient satisfaction as a basic therapeutic goal.
It is always ready to respond to feedback it receives about the way in which its services are provided, with due regard to the best interests of its patients.