New Data Protection Regulations

Some information about how we store and process your personal data

The new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) come into force from May 25th 2018.  As such, we at The Lightworks Clinic take your privacy very seriously and would like to give you a little information on how we keep and use your Data.
Your personal details will only ever contain relevant information to assist with clinical assessment and treatment.  
Most records are hand-written, securely stored and only accessible by our clinical team. Any electronically stored data is held, again securely stored, offline on separate hard-drives.  We use some authorised third party services for important clinical services only. This may include Mailchimp for general service information. No such service has access our information for any marketing or sales use.

Sharing of information with any other third parties only happens when authorised by you. Such occurrences may include reporting back to your GP or insurance company and will never be given to any company looking to gain by accessing your personal data.  In addition, we do periodically use your contact details to send you information about new treatments, services, courses and Lightworks Clinic news.

It is a requirement under the new GDPR regulations that you actively ‘Opt In’, in order to give permission for us to continue to hold and process your information as outlined above.   Please click on the link below  …


We would, of course, be very sad to lose you  …

However, under the new Regulations, all clients who have chosen not to Opt In, or who actively Opt Out, will automatically be unsubscribed and their records deleted.

In the meantime, should you wish to discuss any aspect of this procedure please contact us by email ( or by phone (07712 778378).


National No Smoking Day

Wednesday, 14th March 2018

Today is  ….


Here at The Lightworks Clinic we can help  …

Four sessions over two weeks help support you and your cravings in those crucial first couple of weeks  –  followed by ongoing care, as and when you feel the need.


  1.   Commit
  2.   Set a Date to Quit
  3.   Have a last smoke the night before your chosen date
  4.   Book your first session for the next day
  5.   Have another session two or three days later
  6.   Book a third session the following week and a fourth four or five days after that
  7.   Feel free to talk and discuss problems/successes and milestones as you       progress

You don’t have to do it alone !!

Call to discuss
07712 778378

In the meantime, check out this interesting article that discusses the spurious reasons behind Big Tobacco’s claim to be ‘on your side’ !!


Happy New Year One and All !!!

Well, the crackers have been cracked, the presents unwrapped and the Celebrations to welcome in the New Year are recalled in the afterglow of champagne and merriment !!

Just a simple message today to Wish you All a Very Happy and Successful 2018   …

May your Joys be Many
and your Troubles be Few
and may Happiness follow you
the whole year through !!

Happy New Year !!

Thank your Lucky Stars …

As promised  –  Five Lucky Stars hung on The Lightworks Clinic Christmas Tree during the St Lawrence’s Church Christmas Tree Festival have been chosen to each receive a FREE Therapy Session at the Clinic during 2018 !!

Congratulations to  …
Sally Jo

The lucky winners will shortly receive an email of confirmation  … and we look forward to meeting you all at some point during the New Year !!

Christmas Thoughts …

During the St Lawrence’s Christmas Tree Festival in Stroud this year, an invitation was given to write on Stars, place at the base of the Lightworks Clinic tree, and hang them up on the tree

The following are some of those Thoughts, Wishes and Dreams  …

Olympia   –  Merry Christmas  (drawing of a cat)

In loving memory of ar great grampy x     Poppy + Elsie x

Grampy, I will always remember you.  See you in heven   Bella xxx

To Kirt,  Merry x-mas    Love from all of us  xx

I  (heart)   mum

In loving memory of grandad.  Although you are dead I can still feel your presence among me

love Desi

Miss you Elly    Theo

Dear Dave   have a very merry xmas    Love Max

Antie Doss   I Love and Miss You       from Cara  xxx

Merry Christmas to all !

Sancoo for presoos

I love you Nan

Eve    Thank you

Nancy    Love you

Leila     Love you


Great Grandad Ray       I (heart)  U    you will be dearly missed

I hope you have a nise crisms

Healthy & happy     Baby  

Eve     I love you

Miss you my beloved Des,  God Bless you    Wifey

Merry Xmas   Shine bright this Christmas   love you always    Jade x

Dear Chessi and Max love you my dogs  See you I heaven     X  Shania

Olivia (heart)    I love you

For Peter   love you always xxxx

Happy Christmas from Alexander

I wish I will get to spend Christmas with my family

Mum   Missing you  Love Jill Sheila

Dear Miya Houward   have a very happy Christmas   Love Georgia

My dear great grandmother you were such a good person xx   see you I heaven    xx  Hara

Mere crismus

My Mum x    From Shania        (three stars)

This star is grampy Alan   Shining bright this xmas   love  lay bay

In loving memory of Nader, Dad and husband  always be missing you

Barney (dog)  Miss you  (heart) (heart)     Chloe

I Love You Mum

And finally, a special best wishes to this last troubled soul who simply wrote  …..

‘I hate you’     –      sincere hope that you find happiness this coming year

Best Wishes to One and All
for a Fabulous 2018 !!!

Phew, 2017 – what a year so far !!

Well, I thought last year flew by  …  but 2017 hasn’t slowed up yet  !!!

Monthly highlights so far  …

January   started with a flurry of training sessions around the country  –  from Devon to Lancaster to Maidstone, with many other places in between  –  largely Omega Manufacture Training, for those who had bought, together with on-site veterinary courses at practices who wanted greater in-depth knowledge of LLLT application.

February  began with a trip down to Howletts Safari Park, Hythe, Sussex.  Having consulted with them for almost a year regarding one of their Eastern Black Rhinos, they purchased a Laser for in-house use  –  so it was great to set up a course for the vets to discover the multitude of conditions they could use their laser on.

Towards the end of the month I had the pleasure of being invited to speak at the ACPAT Annual Conference, to not only highlight the benefits of LLLT, but to also start a discussion on the current ‘hot topic’ of Class 3B vs Class 4  –  a really interesting Conference, with great speakers and informative discussions.

The month finished with a quick trip down to ZSL, Regents Park to discuss a troubled Tapir  –  it’s a hard life, but someone’s got to do it !!

March    saw the start of the Omega Equine yearly courses over in Newmarket  –  always a lively weekend which brings together people from all aspects of the equine world  …  with much networking and discussion, particularly surrounding the now popular Friday evening ‘get together’ !!

More courses, this time here at The Lightworks Clinic, together with a bespoke course held in Cardiff for Innermost Healthcare, Ash Tree Private Medical Clinic  –  a fabulous clinic dedicated to women’s health and already achieving great results with LLLT.

The month concluded with another invitation to speak  –  this time at the  NAVP Conference, Warwickshire  –  a smaller but friendly and dedicated group of practitioners.

April   found me winging my way over to Sydney, Australia for the month  –  principally to see my son  …  but I did take the opportunity to pop to the Gold Coast see my colleague Monica Stratford and run an LLLT course for her staff at Total Essence, Paradise Point  –  a lovely wellness clinic in a heavenly part of the world !

May  back home  …  but only for four days before flying over to Berlin for two weeks to carry out stallion research at the dedicated Freie University Reproduction Center  –  Pferdezentrum Bad Saarow 

This was a ‘full on’ project from dawn to dusk on 24 hour stand-by  –  principally because May is the height of the foaling season … patience was delightfully rewarded with the birth of  ‘Bilbo Baggins’,  the tiniest, cutest little Shetland pony !!   However, our time was not all spent ‘cooing’ over the latest arrival  – sound and detailed research was undertaken during that fortnight … so watch this space for the outcomes later this year !!

June    saw more training courses around the country, from Sidmouth, Whittington and Sussex (again), together with the June Omega Newmarket Equine Course  –  quite a quiet month really !!

July  –  started with the Lightworks Canine Weekend of Canine Laser Therapy and Canine Introduction to Laser Acupuncture courses,  followed by two trips down to the Southampton and Bournemouth areas for more Manufacturer Training.

However, the really exciting event in July was being approached by International Avian Vet, Dr Neil A Homer-Forbes,  BVetMed Dip ECZM(avian) FRCVS, to join him next January out in South Africa at VULPRO  –  a dedicated rehabilitation center for injured vultures  –  so there will be  more on this unique project over the months to come  …

In the meantime, take a look at the work they are already doing to save this critically endangered and absolutely essential eco-species from extinction  …



7th ISSR Conference



7th International Symposium on Stallion Reproduction  


Well, what a jolly interesting Conference                             this turned out to be  …

Not only  …   delighted to have passed the rigorous review process in order to be selected to present an Abstract at the Conference on last year’s published research on  the  …

 “Use of Thermography for Functional Evaluation of Stallion Scrotum and Testes” 

 ISSR Poster

But also  ...   for the opportunity to listen to top speakers in this field  –  including the incomparable Dickson Varner, Sue McDonnell, Nancy Ing, Tom Stout, ChrFighting Illiniistine Aurich, Charley Love, Tom Long, Igor Canisso … the list is endless  –  the whole Programme was jam-packed with interesting people and progressive ideas !!

Hosted in Illinois by the College of Veterinary Medicine,  University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, with the opening Reception held at the famous ‘Fighting Illioni’ Memorial Football Stadium  –  the whole Symposium kicked off to a great start !!




July 2016 … Two additional Canine courses !!


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Because of demand we are pleased to announced the addition of two more Canine Courses this year ….

30 July 2016                  Canine Laser Therapy Course

31 July 2016        Introduction to Canine Laser Acupuncture

Both to be again held at  The Lightworks Clinic

For more information, Booking Form, directions, etc

Please  Contact:    

07712 778378

BMLA Course Approval

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We are delighted to announce the British Medical Laser Association has given its approval to our Human Medical 3B Laser Course  !!

Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) has a strong and published history that stretches back over the last 40 years, with more research added each month.  It has a wide and varied application from the ability to help heal open wounds, skin problems, soft tissue injuries, muscle, tendon, ligament and bone and is becoming widely used by doctors, dentists and chiropodists, as well as by an increasing number of therapists from all disciplines  –  who find it adds an extra dimension to their already established techniques.

However, whilst the effects of LLLT are now widely praised, a comprehensive knowledge of the mechanisms of Laser’s action at a cellular level, together with an in-depth understanding of its mode of application, are necessary in order to achieve best and consistent results.

This two day course covers Laser Protocols, Principals, Class 3B Core of Knowledge, Physiology, Theory together with examples from a range of Applications  –  all of which provides the grounding for the safe and practical application Low Level Laser Therapy over a wide range of conditions..

The next course is on  23rd – 24th September 2016
Contact the Clinic for more details  07712 778378

Can’t make that date  …  keep an eye on our  Events Diary page new dates added regularly !!


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