Salford Chiropractic Clinic's Lindsay Beardsworth and Patrick Langham
Richard Bell

Expanding chiropractic clinic in Salford undergoes buyout

A chiropractic clinic in Salford has undergone a buyout and moved to bigger premises.

Scott Middleton, the founder of Salford Chiropractic Clinic, sold the business for an undisclosed sum to associate Lindsay Beardsworth.

The practice was previously based at Sorrel Bank House on Bolton Road but has relocated to St James’s House on Pendleton Way.

New owner Lindsay, who joined the clinic in 2004, has introduced acupuncture, podiatry and homeopathy services following her takeover of the business.

Salford Chiropractic Clinic was founded in 1984 and today sees more than 200 patients per week.

Lindsay said: “With three treatment rooms as opposed to one previously, we are able to offer a wider range of health disciplines and to open for longer hours, including late evenings until 9pm.

“I’m delighted to welcome our new associates, whom I have known professionally for many years and who are all expert practitioners in their specialist fields.”

She continued: “I’m passionate about the work we do and offering the highest-quality care. Our patients see this and that’s why we are so busy. Most come to us through recommendations, which is the biggest compliment of all.

“I often see three generations from the same family, and some patients travel from as far afield as Birmingham, the Lake District and Devon to see us.”

Speaking further, Lindsay said the new premises at St James’s House offer scope for further expansion, with plans to introduce sports therapy in the coming months.

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