Culloden Estate and Spa launches new Medi-Spa concept
The Culloden Estate and Spa in Belfast has launched a new Medi-Spa concept this month, providing more wellness services to clients in collaboration with medical group Randox Health, Room One Physiotherapy and Sports Injuries Clinic and The Cathedral Eye Clinic.
The new services will include lifestyle packages such as Stress Health TATT for clients who suffer from chronic fatigue and Diet Nutrition and Digestions, as well as packages designed for women and the over 50s market. The Medi-Spa will also offer preventative health analysis services, to target conditions before they develop.
Through the new partnership clients can also have treatment in the Room One Physiotherapy and Sports Injuries Clinic which offers treatments for chronic neck and back pain, sport injuries, arthritic pain, rehab following surgery or fractures, and repetitive strain injuries. Therapies available in the clinic will include massages, mobilisation techniques, aquatic therapy and acupuncture.
The partnership with Cathedral Eye Clinic means the availability of laser eye and refractive surgery to clients. Specialist Professor Johnny Moore and his team now offer the latest technology in retinal screening, such as 11D eye screening techniques, making use of its ophthalmology research partnership with the University of Ulster.
Julie Hastings, marketing director of Hastings Hotels, which owns Culloden Estate, said, “We are delighted to collaborate with three prestigious partners, which will enhance the world class spa facilities already on offer at The Spa. Hastings Hotels are proud to have consultants and representatives, all held in high regard around the world for their expertise, on hand at the spa.”