02 April 2020

7:30pm to 8:30pm

Scar therapy information evening with ScarWork™

02 April 2020

Spire Harpenden Hospital

 

ScarWork™ therapy has been developed to promote mobility, reduce fibrotic tissue and stimulate changes in scar tissue after surgery.

Event details

Emma Holly is a specialist in Sharon Wheeler’s ScarWork™ therapy. Emma Holly works as a private therapist with an expanding multi-practitioner clinic in Harpenden and a clinic in Harley Street. She also teaches therapists around the UK within private and NHS settings. The gentle manual therapy has been developed in USA to promote mobility, reduce fibrotic tissue and stimulate changes in scar tissue after surgery. Emma's background is in massage therapy and she adopts a holistic approach to supporting post-surgical recovery. She has also been volunteering with Invictus athletes as part of the sports recovery program for sick, wounded and injured service personnel since 2017.

Emma will be here at Spire Harpenden Hospital on Thursday 2 April for a free information talk and demonstration. If you're interested in hearing more, please come along.

Time:

Arrival from: 7pm

Presentation begins: 7.30pm

Date: Thursday 2 April

Consultant: Emma Holly, Restore Therapy

Venue: Spire Harpenden Hospital

Cost: Free

Our information event is free, but places are limited. If you have any questions or would like more information please call 01582 714 307. Alternatively email marketing.harpenden@spirehealthcare.com.

Date and time:
02 April 2020
7:30pm to 8:30pm

Location:
Spire Harpenden Hospital
Ambrose Lane
Harpenden
Hertfordshire
AL5 4BP

How to get to us

We have excellent road links to the M1 and A1(M), and are five minutes from Harpenden train station.

Find us on Google maps

Spire Harpenden Hospital,

Ambrose Lane
Harpenden
Hertfordshire
AL5 4BP

01582 763191

Travel instructions

From Harpenden town centre

Follow the A1081 signposted Luton. You will pass a BP garage on your left. Just after the large brick railway bridge turn right into Hillside Road (signed ‘private hospital’). At the top of Hillside Road, turn left and the hospital is on the right hand side.

From M1 junction 10
Follow the A1081 signed Harpenden/St Albans. After approximately two miles, turn left into Hillside Road (immediately before the second set of traffic lights and the brick railway bridge). At the top of Hillside Road, turn left into Ambrose Lane and the hospital is on the right hand side.

From A1 junction 4 (Tesco roundabout) at Hatfield
Follow the A6129 to Wheathampstead. At the Stanborough roundabout turn left under the A1 and at the next roundabout take the third exit onto the B653 towards Wheathampstead and Harpenden. 

You will pass Brocket Hall on your right hand side. Follow the road for a further mile and at the roundabout take the second exit on to Cory Wright Way, signposted to Luton. Continue straight over at the next roundabout. After approximately two miles you will pass a Tesco garage on the left followed by a roundabout, turn left into Station Road. Take the next right into Coldharbour Lane, travel a short distance and then turn left into Ox Lane. Continue straight up the hill until you reach a mini roundabout. Turn left and then immediately right into Hollybush Lane. Travel over the railway bridge and shortly afterwards you will see Ambrose Lane on your right. Turn right and follow the road for around a quarter of a mile until you see Spire Harpenden Hospital on the right.

We have free on-site parking for you and your visitors.

By train

If you're travelling by train, Harpenden station is five minutes away from Spire Harpenden via car/taxi.

There is a 25 minute direct train from London St Pancras, which runs regularly throughout the day. 

National Rail train information

By bus

Harpenden has regular bus services, with links into Luton, St Albans and Watford. 

Bus travel information

Contact details

Self-pay treatment enquiries
01582 714 420

PMI treatment enquiries
0800 585 112

Scans and diagnostics
01582 763 191 

Physiotherapy and sports injuries
01582 714 447

Invoice and payment queries
0118 975 4118 or email us

Hospital director 
Julia Salmon

Director of clinical services
Sally Hull

 

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