Screen Shot 2016-03-22 at 11.43.31North East detox clinic, Central Healthcare, reports its best trading year yet and credits the launch of Vitamin Infusions for its buoyant sales.

The business, based on Forth Street in Newcastle, has seen a 30% rise in turnover since it introduced vitamin therapies, which are popular with those seeking optimum levels of health and wellbeing.

Central Healthcare is the only clinic in the region offering vitamin drips and many of their clients travel in excess of 100 miles to access the treatment. The infusions deliver vitamins and minerals straight into the bloodstream intravenously.

The business has teamed-up with award-winning London health clinic Nosh Detox, to become a supplier of their vitamin infusions and injections.

Co-owned and run by two experienced nurses, Gill and Jean Brooks, Central Healthcare turns three years old this month. The firm was set-up primarily to provide colonic irrigation which is still its core service. They also provide food intolerance testing, detoxing programmes, dietary advice, herbal implants, pro-biotics and enemas.

Central Healthcare owner, Gill Brooks, was inspired to expand their range of services after having a vitamin infusion at a Harley Street clinic in London.

She said: “I’m interested in all types of natural ways to improve your health and after I tried a Vitamin Infusion I was blown away by how good it made me feel and the longevity of the benefits it gave me. So, when I returned home and discovered that vitamin infusions weren’t available in the region we decided to plug that gap in the market. I completed my training in London and we have never looked back.”

Gill Brooks and her husband David previously owned the successful floatation tanks business Floataria which they sold in 2008.

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