Isabella's Wish to Walk

Once upon a time in Chelmsford lived a little girl, called Isabella. She wanted to walk, just like her twin sister, but couldn’t. She was born premature and diagnosed with Spastic Diplegia, a chronic neuromuscular condition that causes tightness in the legs resulting in mobility difficulties. The muscles become very stiff and therefore require extensive physiotherapy. For Isabella to walk unaided she needs SDR surgery.
You can read Isabella’s story at
To fund SDR surgery Isabella’s parents started fundraising and now need just a little more to collect the required amount.
To help Isabella’s parents with fund raising AS-thetics will donate 20% of a single treatment and 10% of a course of treatments, booked between 10th of August and 30th of September 2018 to Isabella’s Wish for Walk Fund. Please use the code ISABELLA when booking your treatment. Your appointment can be delayed post September 2018, subject to a prepayment made in the period from 10th of August to 30th of September 2018. You can book to have your treatment at the comfort of your own home or visit us at Beaulieu Park in Chelmsford.

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