Our clinic is suitable for COVID 'long haulers' and those wishing to optimise their health should they contract the disease.

Long Covid is a term used to describe symptoms that persist for 8-12 weeks and beyond the illness. These symptoms include fatigue, brain fog, breathlessness, palpitations, anxiety and depression. 

Coronavirus infection has been found to affect body systems & organs including:

The respiratory system

Brain and central nervous system

The heart and circulatory system

The renal system (kidneys)

Gastrointestinal system



If you suspect you may be suffering from Long COVID, we offer a full 360 degree health assessment to identify problem areas and create a bespoke treatment plan for you.

For non-COVID sufferers

During the pandemic, we are offering a comprehensive baseline assessment of your health to identify risk factors for a serious outcome should you contract 


When risk factors are identified, our team work hand in hand with you to create a bespoke intervention plan to get you fighting fit.

Naturally, despite our aim to reduce your risk of a severe outcome, we cannot completely guarantee your outcome should you develop COVID-19.

We can only identify risks and boost your health with a view to giving you the best chance should you develop the disease.

This health check is a baseline assessment of your health that should be reviewed and monitored by your regular physician.

Your health assessment 

  • 45-60 minute consultation package with our GP

  • Body mass index assessment and waist circumference

  • Blood oxygen saturation assessment

  • Six Lead ECG heart rhythm check

  • Full cardiovascular and respiratory examination

  • Mental health screening

  • Peak flow to assess lung volume

  • Chest X-ray to assess lung health (additional £150 if required)

  • Blood testing (fasting sample):

    • Full haematology and biochemistry profile relating to kidneys, thyroid, liver, cholesterol, diabetes & vitamin D levels.

    • Inflammation and immunity profile including CRP, ESR and neutrophil-lymphocyte ratio (NLR)

    • Tissue, heart and skeletal muscle damage (CK, LDH)

    • COVID-19 IgG antibodies