The Edinburgh Physiotherapy Centre Reveals a PR Scotland Hidden Gem
Monday, May 24th, 2010
on behalf of The Edinburgh Physiotherapy Centre
The regular article details places in Edinburgh that the public may not neccessarily know but should definitely try.
The physiotherapy Centre was founded by Kirsten Lord in 1992 with her clinic on Henderson Row. Since then her empire has grown, adding centres in Glasgow and a recent addition in Bannatynes health club on Queen Street.
The expert team at the centre offer a wide range of specialist treatments from, physiotherapy and osteopathy techniques to massage and alternative therapies.
The Deep Tissue Massage is the centre’s real hidden gem. Designed to treat and ease chronic muscle tension they are a great way to relax and remove any aches and pains clients may have.
Priced at £30 for a 30 minute session or £45 for an hours session, Kirsten’s experienced and professional staff will tailor a personalised programme of treatments, designed specifically for each customer.
Kirsten Lord has earned a valuable reputation and attracts a wide range of clientele which include celebrities, dancers, actors and olympic athletes.
The full article can be read in the Edinburgh Evening News and was secured as part of a successful PR and social media campaign carried out by the Holyrood PR.
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