Co-owners of Central Healthcare in Newcastle, Jean Brooks and Gill Brooks
Jamie Hardesty

Newcastle detox clinic sees 30% turnover hike thanks to new vitamin therapy

The launch of a new vitamin therapy is driving a record trading year for one North East detox clinic.

Since launching Vitamin Infusions, Central Healthcare, based on Forth Street in Newcastle, has seen a 30% rise in turnover. Aimed at those seeking optimum levels of health and wellbeing, the firm is the only clinic in the region offering vitamin drips, whereby vitamins and minerals are delivered straight into the bloodstream intravenously.

The business has also teamed-up with London health clinic Nosh Detox, to become a supplier of their vitamin infusions and injections.

Co-owned and run by two experienced nurses, Gill and Jean Brooks, Central Healthcare turns three years old this month. The firm, which was set-up primarily to provide colonic irrigation - still its core service - has revealed clients are travelling in excess of 100 miles to access its new vitamin-based treatment.

Central Healthcare owner, Gill Brooks, was inspired to expand their range of services after having a vitamin infusion at a Harley Street clinic in London.

Gill, who previously owned and sold floatation tanks business Floataria alongside her husband David, said: “I’m interested in all types of natural ways to improve your health and after I tried a Vitamin Infusion I was blown away by how good it made me feel and the longevity of the benefits it gave me.

“So, when I returned home and discovered that vitamin infusions weren’t available in the region we decided to plug that gap in the market. I completed my training in London and we have never looked back.”

Central Healthcare also provides food intolerance testing, detoxing programmes, dietary advice, herbal implants, pro-biotics and enemas.

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