Kimberley graduated with a five year Masters degree in chiropractic in 2007 from the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic. Since then she has worked as an associate in chiropractic clinics in boththe north and south of England gaining valuable experience in treating all types of musculoskeletal disorders. She uses the diversified technique which includes spinal manipulation, massage and core stability exercises/stretches when appropriate.
We pride ourselves not only on showcasing some of the most unusual spectacles in the region, but also on the service and skill of our professional staff. By offering one of the most technologicallyadvanced eye examinations available in optometric practice, through our EYELINE screening program, we aim to help you maintain your optimum ocular health.
Clear corrected vision and healthy, comfortable eyes at all times is important for all of us and so we give you comprehensive advice on all aspects of your ocular health. We want you to look stylishwhich is why we offer you a carefully selected range of modern and traditional eyewear from high quality frames and lenses as well as more affordable spectacles for those on a limited budget. If you prefer contact lenses we have an extensive range available and stock a large number of trial lenses.
We hope that you find the information useful and would welcome any comments or enquiries that you may have. The clinic lies on the outskirts of Thirsk on the A61 Ripon road near to the railwaystation. It has plenty of parking space immediately outside and is situated on the ground floor. There is a large, comfortable reception area, toilet facilities, changing cubicles, two chiropractic treatment rooms and a massage room.
We are a small friendly dispensing Surgery situated 7 miles from Ripon and 5 miles from Thirsk . We are ideally suited for those living to the east of Ripon. We offer easy access to both doctors andnurses either by telephone or through a mix of daily walk-in GP surgeries and appointment surgeries. Our morning surgeries start at 8 o'clock. We are able to dispense for all patients who live more than a mile away from a pharmacy, as the crow flies. We are pleased to be able to offer a service for many repeat prescriptions whereby the medication is ready for collection at regular intervals without the need for a prior request. Please see our website for more information.
There may be a bewildering selection of opticians on the high street, so we would like to explain why we think our practice is best for you and your family. At Peacock & Row you will be treated as anindividual, in a caring, friendly, professional and unhurried manner. Our practice continues to grow through recommendations from our patients ensuring that our focus is on you and your satisfaction is our aim.
On:Spec are the region's leading wholesale optical company, and the only genuine wholesale optician to supply high quality prescription spectacles direct to the public with big savings on High Streetprices. With over 10 years' trading, five outlets and over 500,000 satisfied customers, On:Spec are justifiably proud of their position as the North East's largest independent optical company.
We are a family run, independent opticians based in the Teesside area. Both our practices, located at Thornaby and North Ormesby, are in modern premises located within GP Medical Centres. The Thornabybranch has near by public car parking and street parking. The North Ormesby branch has easily available, free parking directly outside the practice entrance. Both practices are easily accessible by wheelchair and have disabled facilities.
We are an independent practice passionate about providing the highest quality eyecare, products and service. Owned by a husband and wife team The Vale opticians is a truly independent business,allowing unbiased advice, and product selection personally tailored to suit your needs.
Kate qualified as an optometrist in 1987, and since then has worked in a variety of clinical settings including high street practice and hospital. She has even spent time working for a charity in eyecamps in Africa and working at the optometry school in Melbourne, Australia. She currently works in her own practice in Easingwold as well as being an appointed assessor of the college of optometrists and optometric advisor to North Yorks and York NHS.