A Worthing clinic that started from humble beginnings has celebrated its 20th anniversary.
Park View acupuncture and chiropractic clinic, in Chesswood Road, was opened in 1996 by husband and wife team Jan Olsen and Sarah Cooper-Olsen.
Jan, a chiropractor, and Sarah, an acupuncturist, combined their skills in one clinic and have built up the award-winning business, so there are now five practitioners.
As the business was opened by Peter Green, the Worthing mayor in 1996, they decided it was fitting to invite the current mayor, Sean McDonald, to the 20-year celebration.
He joined clients and staff past and present in the garden to celebrate.
In his speech, Mr McDonald admitted he had received successful treatment in the clinic some years back and he praised the fact he not felt the need to return.
Everyone was given a raffle ticket and more were available to buy, raising £100 for Guide Dogs for the Blind.
This charity was chosen because Sarah’s dad has a guide dog. The top prize of a £100 clinic voucher was won by Linda Williams, the previous mayoress of Worthing.
Jan praised the dedicated team and practice manager Linda Alexander, saying that without their hard work, the clinic would not be what it is today.
Linda shared compliments and testimonials from clients and staff to Sarah and Jan, thanking them for making the clinic a friendly place to attend.
The clinic won the Readers’ Choice Award at the Herald And Gazette business awards in November last year.
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