Through The Years
Take a look at The Fane Clinic’s development through the years.
Steve launched his career by establishing a clinic at his home and also providing a domiciliary practice for those unable to get to the clinic.
Steve became a dual member of the North East and East Anglia branches of BchPA.
With Steve's ever-growing good reputation he was asked to set up a clinic at the Fitzwilliam Hospital at Bretton, Peterborough.
Ady qualified and began working from home and with local football clubs, Yaxley FC and Bourne FC.
With his ever expanding patient base Ady set up a clinic at Livingwell Gym. He also began working with Boston United FC.
Ady started lecturing at Peterborough Regional College for the F.A. in the Treatment and Management of Sports Injuries while developing his clinic at home.
Steve first came into contact with Ady through a patient referral.Both Steve and Ady soon realised they had the same work ethics, always putting the patients needs first and getting the best results possible.
Having realised some patients injuries were reoccurring due to biomechanical faults Ady contacted a number of Podiatrist within the area when he came across Stephen. From here Ady began to refer patients to Steve.
After referring patients to each other both city practitioners set up their respective clinics together at the DHC Centre in Dogsthorpe.
A local rugby team got hold of the news that the clinic could offer a brilliant service to players and soon approached Ady. Bringing on board Victoria they soon began to work closely on pitch side and in the clinic to provide a superior rehabilitation team.
Having launched their new business together patients came flocking to the clinic for help with many different conditions generating many new patients.
The Fane Clinic attracted the attention of a premiership football club. Its physiotherapist spent a day at the clinic observing. From this Steve and Ady developed an orthotic specifically designed to meet the unique requirement of a top-level athlete.
The Clinic re-launched the business website which attracted even more patients reaching nationwide!
To accommodate the success of the clinic the business moved from the DHC to The Old Farmhouse. First opening its doors in June.
After opening the doors in Paston the clinic continued to grow. While being assisted by Ann The Fane Clinic employed two part-time receptionists to help meet the needs of the busy practice.
Having qualified in Sports Therapy and still working with Peterborough Lions the clinic employed Vicky full time. Now not only treating the rugby players during the week and on match days she started working alongside Ady within the busy Sports Therapy clinic.
This year saw the clinics most rapid year for expansion. PJ Care opened a neurological care facility in Bretton and Adrian was approached to provide a quality Foot Care Service to many residents in care homes across the UK.
The Foot Care Service at the clinic saw a new face, Louise Woolley joining Steve. After working within the NHS for a number of years Louise continued Steve's quality service within PJ Care and the clinic also saw the relaunch of a home visit service.
Country Court Care saw the quality service being offered to its patients and soon Adrian was employing a number of new faces to join the team working within the Country Court Care Home section to provide quality Foot Care to many residents.
With the success of the clinic it also saw Peterborough Lions promoted into the Midlands National 3 League where Vicky and Ady are still providing Treatment and Rehabilitation for all players.
With the ever-growing success of the Foot Care Service, The Fane Clinic employed several more practitioners to cover the expanding foot care service in residential homes across the UK.
Stephen Pinning retires from the business with good wishes from all at The Fane Clinic and his many patients.
Adrian Woolley takes on the role of sole director/owner of The Fane Clinic ltd. Business continues as normal.
The Clinic continues to grow with the Foot Care team now looking after residents in nearly 40 homes around the UK.
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