The Culloden Estate reopens Medispa plus a GP clinic

Following the easing of restrictions, the Culloden Estate has now reopened its innovative MediSpa and welcomed the launch of the Holywood Private Clinic which offers private GP appointments, minor surgery and a range of healthcare services.

Friday, 30th April 2021, 6:00 am
Eóin McGrath, Luxury Leisure Sales Manager of Hastings Hotels and Lisa Steele, General Manager of the Culloden Estate & Spa are joined by Emma Kennedy of Glow Aesthetics, Dr Gareth Patterson of Holywood Private Clinic and Lynda Brudenell of Room One Physiotherapy & Sports Injuries Clinic

In addition to the wide range of treatments already offered by Northern Ireland’s leading 5-star spa, guests can also avail of Room One Physiotherapy & Sports Injuries Clinic and Glow Aesthetics.

There are an extensive range of treatments and services available including physiotherapists who work closely with physicians and surgeons to provide the best in expert treatments and programmes, a full range of GP and minor surgery services such as mole checks, general health and Dermalux LED therapy to treat troublesome skin issues and experienced aesthetic practitioners offering skin rejuvenation treatments, IV Therapy dermal fillers and anti-wrinkle injections.

Lisa Steele, General Manager of the Culloden Estate & Spa said: “We are delighted to announce the reopening of our MediSpa and to welcome the Holywood Private Clinic which complements the services already on offer from Room One Physiotherapy & Sports Injuries Clinic and Glow Aesthetics. The Spa at Culloden has always been at the forefront of complete body and mind wellbeing and our partnership with these industry leaders in the field of health, beauty and wellness further strengthens this.

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“The MediSpa is open to day patients, as well as guests staying at the hotel, and I am confident that people will appreciate having their medical procedures carried out by experienced professionals in such luxurious and relaxing surroundings.”

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