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Clinic Location

I live on the edge of the Peak District which is perfect for running, cycling, climbing and walking. There are some pretty good cafes too, serving delicious, healthy snacks if you've worked up an appetite or to replenish you after your training!

Matlock is easily accessible from Nottingham, Derby, Sheffield and Manchester and once you're here, parking is simple and within a few steps to the house.  I also offer remote consultations for most of my services, if you prefer to stay in the comfort of your own home.

Please see my Covid Safety Measures HERE


1 Sunnyside

Farley Hill




Parking is directly outside No 1, or on the road and layby down the hill, within 20 metres of the house.  

Please could I ask that you do not, if at all possible, park outside any of my neighbour's houses, as they need access at all times.


Directions from Nottingham:

A) M1 North to junction 28.  Take first exit at roundabout onto A38 towards Alfreton.  Take third exit off towards Alfreton/Matlock.  Follow signs to Matlock. At mini-roundabout, go straight on to main roundabout, again go straight ahead towards Chatsworth.  Pass 'M&S Food' on your right, then take the next right up Dimple Road (up-hill and at an angle).  Follow directions below**


B) A610 past Ikea, through Codnor, Ripley, Ambergate, Matlock Bath to Matlock.  Pass Sainsbury's on your left and at the roundabout, turn right, heading back towards Matlock.  Take the first road on your left, Dimple Road (sharp left up hill, by 'Twigg' electricals), near the 20mph speed limit sign.  Follow directions below **

If you pass M&S Food, you've gone too far - do a u-turn at the roundabout and come back! 


** Continue up Dimple Road going uphill (the road becomes 'Hurds Hollow' but don't turn off).  


Pass a school on your left and come to a T-Junction.  Turn right, then immediately left up Farley Hill.  Stay on this road going steeply uphill, the road will bear to the right, then start to reach the brow.  At the brow of the hill, look out for a row of terraced cottages on your right, overlooking fields (not other houses) - I'm the first one on the right.  Please note parking above.


If Matlock is busy and you're stuck in traffic, please call and I can advise of alternative routes avoiding the town centre.