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Septmber-2019

DANCING ON ICE’S RYAN SIDEBOTTOM HAS HAIR TRANSPLANT TO BOOST CURLS AND SHOWBIZ CAREER.

13-09-2019

  • Former England cricketer wants to build on his newfound celebrity status
  • DOI star says going bald would’ve changed his character and made him introverted
  • Ryan believes an ‘Instagram and Twitter era’ is putting pressure on men to look good
  • His hair transplant has helped him improve his mental health and self-esteem
  • He says 2450 hair transplant surgery was “very easy and simple”

 

Dancing On Ice star Ryan Sidebottom has had a hair transplant fearing his budding showbiz career could be wrecked by the loss of his trademark tresses.

The former England cricketer went for hair surgery after hair and makeup sessions on the ITV skating show revealed his long curls were receding.

Worried his thinning locks would put an early end to his newfound celebrity status and earning power, he opted for a FUE procedure at cricketing pal Michael Vaughan’s Harrogate-based MHR Clinic.

He told staff at MHR Clinic: “My hair is my image, it is part of my personality. It’s what I’m known for in a way. It is part and parcel of me and how I feel I look as a person in the public eye.

“Being on the skating has broadened my horizons in terms of people seeing me as a personality. Nobody really cares that I played cricket now. They go, ‘you’re that skater guy, you’re the guy from Dancing On Ice.’

Ryan added: “I’ve probably another 40 years ahead of me, probably another 30 years to work. It is like, ‘Right, how am I going to support my family? How am I going to pay the bills, pay my mortgage?’

“The hair makes all the difference. That was one of the reasons why I came to MHR and had the procedure done. It was really important for me to keep my hairstyle and have the surgery.”

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Modern Man

The reality show star, who let the cameras in on his five hour surgery, also cited pressures placed on men by social media in his decision to have hair surgery. He said: “In terms of Instagram, social media, Twitter, everyone wants to look good, regardless men or women. “Modern man now is looking after himself a lot more. We all want to look good. We all want to make sure we don’t have that many wrinkles. We want to look as young as we possibly can for as long as we possibly can. “People come up to me all the time and go, ‘Can I have a selfie?’ Then you want to look the best you possibly can.”

Surgery

Reflecting on his 2450 hair FUE procedure, Sidebottom, 41, said: “My right hand side had receded a lot more than the left. I didn’t like it. I tried to hide it.

“I noticed it a little bit on Dancing On Ice in hair and makeup. But when you see yourself on TV or in any newspaper, if you see that and don’t think it looks good, it’s a confidence thing.” Candid footage of Ryan’s hair transplant can be seen in the videos on this page.

“The procedure was to make it look symmetrical, to make it look even and natural,” he said. “It wasn’t what I imagined. I thought I’d be in lots of pain and I’d have a lot of ill effects afterwards. But it was just very easy and simple.”

Ryan also takes micro doses of hair loss medicine finasteride to stop him shedding the rest of his hair. He has fortnightly low level laser therapy and uses DHT-blocking shampoos and lotions to boost its volume.

He added: “In a few months’ time or maybe just a little bit longer, I’ll have a full head of hair. I’m really happy with what has happened. I can’t speak highly enough of MHR and what they’ve done for me.”

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Mental Health

The Dancing On Ice star, who has had long hair since 15 years-old, also explained how his hair transplant was helping him battle back from the mental low he suffered after retiring from cricket.

Sidebottom was a first class cricketer for Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire and was part of England’s World Cup winning team in 2010. He previously described the period in his life after his playing career ended as a “deep, dark hole” to raise awareness about suicide prevention.

He told MHR Clinic: “There was a time in my life when I felt just really down. You give everything for your country and cricket. When that’s all gone, it feels just very weird.

“Retiring from cricket I felt quite low in confidence. With my hair I felt low in confidence too. It’s all related really in terms of what I’ve spoken about on mental health.

“That was one of the main reasons why I had my hair procedure.

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“I was losing my hair at the front. It would have changed my outlook. It would have changed my personality and probably I would have become more introverted on the back of it.

“I just want to keep going forward, and always feel the same way as I’ve always felt.

“You want to feel good about yourself. It isn’t to be a poser or look good. It’s a self-confidence thing.

“Being open about it is me saying to people, ‘if you’re feeling low in confidence because of your hairline, do something about it, go have it done’.”

MHR Clinic founder Craig Henton said: “Ryan’s situation shows how even a moderate amount of hair loss and restoration can affect a career and confidence.

“We are delighted with the results of Ryan’s FUE surgery and look forward to them helping him as he moves into a new period of his working life.”

Additional Notes

MHR Clinic
MHR Clinic is a world-leading hair transplant clinic offering advanced surgical procedures, medical treatments and supplementary therapies to achieve unparalleled, natural hair restoration results for men and women. It is owned by Craig Henton, Ryan Giggs OBE and Michael Vaughan OBE. Based in Harrogate, Yorkshire and Knutsford, Cheshire its specialists have more than 40 years of combined clinical experience and expertise. Its state-of-the-art clinics offer the latest hair assessment, transplant and growth technology in private, exclusive and relaxing surroundings.

Notes to Editors
MHR Clinic created and distributed this content in anticipation of receiving mentions of its brand and links to its website when it was used by media. With the greatest understanding of editorial policies it asks, where possible, to please provide suitable reference to MHR Clinic in copy and links to its website www.mhrclinic.uk which has more content about Ryan Sidebottom’s FUE procedure. Please also credit MHR Clinic when using its photos. Many thanks indeed.

For additional quotes, images or interview opportunities please contact Jonathan Stones on 07460 644844.

December-2018

YORKSHIRE CRICKET LEGEND MICHAEL VAUGHAN PUTS THE HAIR INTO HAREWOOD

03-12-2018

  • Ashes hero to open new hair transplant clinic on Harewood Estate
  • Wales football manager Ryan Giggs will partner in new MHR Clinic venture
  • Vaughan says expansion will secure “greater market share in growing industry”
  • Exclusive hair restoration practice set to open in February 2019

Former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan is set to expand his hair transplant business into Yorkshire at the start of next year.

The BBC cricket pundit will open his second MHR Clinic in partnership with Wales manager Ryan Giggs and hair restoration expert Craig Henton, after Leeds City Council granted the trio permission (on November 22nd) to convert buildings on Harewood Estate into a hair restoration clinic.

Renovation of their 950ft² unit inside Harewood Yard began last week after the company signed a five-year lease with Harewood Estate. The new clinic’s opening is pencilled in for mid-February next year.

Vaughan OBE was one of the first high profile personalities in the UK to undergo a modern FUE hair transplant when he opted for surgery in 2009. He launched MHR Clinic with Craig Henton and Ryan Giggs OBE after experiencing added confidence from his results and seeing demand for the new transplant procedure grow rapidly.

The clinic will offer bespoke programmes for hair loss that combine hair restoration medicines with FUE or FUT transplant procedures, low level laser therapy and herbal remedies. It will house consultation rooms with hi-tech hair and follicle analysis equipment, and a suite of ‘1M class’ low level laser lights for stimulating hair growth, while transplants will be undertaken by world-leading hair transplant surgeon Ioannis Marmagiolis at MHR Clinic’s dedicated surgical theatre in Dublin.

Ashes hero Vaughan, who played for Yorkshire throughout his illustrious 16 year on-field career, described opening the clinic as a logical step in the company’s growth.

He said: “Ryan, Craig and I feel excited about expanding the MHR Clinic brand. The business has grown year on year since it opened in 2016 and it currently occupies a strong market position. This clinic seeks to build on that, so we can gain a greater market share in a rapidly growing industry.

“After lengthy discussions Leeds City Council approved our application to house the clinic in Harewood Yard. It’s a prestigious location, similar to that enjoyed by our first clinic on the Tatton Estate in Cheshire. We have begun renovating our unit inside Harewood. All of the clinic’s interior will be completed throughout December and January for a February opening.

“We are delighted to be bringing MHR Clinic to Yorkshire. Yorkshire is close to my heart for obvious reasons and it is also Craig’s home. The plan was always to open our second MHR Clinic in Yorkshire as soon as possible.

“Yorkshire, and especially the Harrogate area, was an obvious fit for the brand because MHR Clinic delivers quality and the region’s people understand value and quality. We’re looking forward to helping men and women in Yorkshire tackle their hair loss and experience the benefits of the treatments that have worked so well for each of the partners.”

MHR Clinic made the news earlier this year after it transformed referee Mark Clattenburg’s appearance with a two day 4000 follicle procedure. It also completed Yorkshire batsman Michael Lumb’s 600 follicle procedure and was recently credited with restoring soap star Adam Rickitt’s severely thinning pate with only medical treatments.

Vaughan added: “MHR Clinic is already one of the leading hair restoration clinics in the country, if not the leading hair clinic. It has become the choice of high profile personalities seeking hair transplants and treatments.”

Vaughan, Giggs and Henton agreed to open a new clinic in Yorkshire after the business experienced successive record monthly turnover figures during the third quarter of 2018. They looked at several locations, including premises at Haggs Farm and Spa Bottom Farm in Spofforth, before opting for the exclusivity of Harewood.

The company’s CEO Craig Henton, from Holmfirth, explained: “Confidentiality is essential for our clients, as a degree of taboo still exists around hair restoration treatments. And the high level procedures and treatments we offer are central to MHR’s success. We needed a location that would reflect both aspects of the company and the private grounds of Harewood, and particularly Harewood Yard, fit the profile perfectly.”

Ben Lascelles, Estate Director of Harewood Estate, commented: “’Harewood Estate is glad to welcome MHR Clinic to Harewood Yard, which is already home to a number of successful businesses. We look forward to the company opening its doors to the public in February.”

Additional Notes

MHR Clinic
MHR Clinic is a world-leading hair transplant clinic that offers advanced surgical procedures, medical treatments and supplementary therapies to achieve unparalleled, natural hair restoration results for men and women. It is owned by Craig Henton, Ryan Giggs OBE and Michael Vaughan OBE. Based in Knutsford, Cheshire – with the new clinic opening soon in the Harewood, Yorkshire – its specialists have more than 40 years of combined clinical experience and expertise. Its state-of-the-art clinics offer the latest hair assessment, transplant and growth technology in private, exclusive and relaxing surroundings. MHR Clinic’s comprehensive approach to total hair restoration ensures outstanding results that look natural, stay healthy and keep clients feeling young and confident.

Notes to Editors
Where possible, MHR would greatly appreciate it if you could please provide suitable mention of MHR Clinic in print, and links to www.mhrclinic.uk in online articles. For additional quotes, or an interview opportunity with MHR Clinic CEO Craig Henton please contact Jonathan Stones on 07460 644844. For further information about MHR Clinic visit www.mhrclinic.uk.

September-2018

SOAP STAR ADAM RICKITT OPENS UP ABOUT HIS HAIR LOSS, HIS FEARS IT WILL HARM HIS ACTING CAREER AND THE MEDICAL TREATMENTS THAT ARE RESTORING HIS HAIR AND CONFIDENCE

30-09-2018

  • Actor Rickitt wants to prolong his career and play a variety of roles
  • The former teen idol fears he could have been bald within ten years
  • He turned to old pal Ryan Giggs to help him with his hair loss
  • The soap star takes hair loss medication and has hours of laser treatment every month
  • His treatments have restored his confidence in front of the camera

Hollyoaks star Adam Rickitt has revealed he is undergoing medical treatment to stave off hair loss, fearing it could harm his acting career. The soap star once famed for his trademark blond locks is working with a team of hair loss consultants at Ryan Giggs’ MHR Clinic to tackle his thinning pate and keep him in work.

Rickitt, who is currently enjoying a new chapter in his career playing Hollyoaks’ scheming Kyle Kelly, told staff at MHR Clinic: “The thing that worried me most about losing my hair was my career. I could see it might limit the roles I would get. The amount of people you see on TV with no hair isn’t that much.

“I’ve always operated in that slightly more commercial area of TV and film. And at the end of the day it is important what you look like. And for me particularly is it a kind of yoke to bear.

“I’ve been doing this for 21 years now. I’m too long in the tooth to do anything else. I don’t want to be hanging around for roles like the 80-year-old innkeeper. I want to be doing what I’ve always done, which are the lead roles.

“Having the hair treatment is a really critical part of prolonging the longevity of my career. It makes me available for a variety of roles. There’s more options there by having a full head of hair.”

The 40-year-old also revealed to MHR Clinic he briefly considered shaving off his hair or wearing a wig in future roles, but admitted: “I’m not Bruce Willis. Bruce Willis has the best shaped head in the world. You shave his head he looks like a god, you shave mine and I look like a conker that’s been dropped from the top of a tree. You can wear a wig or a toupee when you’re playing a character, but only really if you’re a hugely famous actor like Sean Connery and everybody knows what you look like.”

Instead, the actor undergoes a 40-minute laser therapy session at MHR Clinic every week, to stimulate his follicles into growth. He also takes hair loss wonder drug finasteride to halt any further shedding of his hair. And he rubs a prescription dose of testosterone-blocking minoxidil lotion into his hair twice a day, takes zinc supplements and an herbal cocktail of milk thistle and saw palmetto every night.

The little-known medical programme for hair loss comes at a fraction of the cost of modern FUE surgery and has given the Hollyoaks star a thick thatch of hair within six months.

Adam added: “It has given me a lot more confidence. I wasn’t a quivering mess but certainly before I began the treatment I would look at photos of myself and be concerned because I could see my thinning hair. I would prepare myself to not do the same angle to camera again. Or try to do something else. The fact is I don’t have to worry about that anymore. I have no problem now having my head shaved or doing a full head shot to camera when I’ve got wet hair. Those moments on set or when I’m watching something back are the moments when I most appreciate having a full head of hair again.

“From a personal point of view, it makes me happier too. I’ve got used to it. I’ve had it all my life. I don’t want that suddenly to go. I’m as insecure as the next person. And what I really like is it hasn’t been this big dramatic before and after. It’s not the same as having a hair transplant where you have a very evident bald patch and suddenly you don’t.

“For me, because I work in TV, it would be an issue because you can’t suddenly go from X to Y with no explanation in between. The medical and laser treatments isn’t a drastic change. They’re a process of six months in which every single day it is getting better and better.”

The actor discovered his hair loss when he shaved his head for a TV role, and then scorched his scalp on a trip to Italy. “I went and sunbathed as I always do,” he explained. “I do a flop and drop holiday. I literally go and sit on the beach and read. I got back and I was a little bit red on my arms, a little bit red on my face. And I thought, ‘that’s fine’. I got in the shower and it was literally like Armageddon had taken root on my head. It was incredibly painful. And for the rest of the holiday I was putting sun tan lotion on my head.”

He described the moment as “a bit of a kick in the guts” but admitted: “If I’d left it, it probably would’ve ended up going bald or very thin. In five or ten years there would have been a drastic difference.”

After contacting several clinics, Rickitt chose Cheshire-based MHR Clinic, part-owned by sporting legends Michael Vaughan OBE and Ryan Giggs OBE (with whom Adam was a regular on Manchester’s social scene in the 90s).

“I had mentally prepared myself to have a hair transplant and pay 20 grand,” he said. “I was being told, ‘you need a £25K hair transplant’, ‘you need a £10K hair transplant’, and ‘you need a £30K hair transplant’. Hand on heart I probably would have had it done. But MHR Clinic was the only one to offer me something else. This is a far more cost-effective and natural way of restoring my hair. It is a maintenance thing.”

But when asked by ‘MHR’ if it meant we’d see the return of his long blond ‘curtains’, Rickitt insisted: “I don’t think the long blond curtains will come back. To be honest they were the bugbear of my life for far too long and I hated them then. I enjoy having my cropped hair now because I have grown to like it.”

MHR Clinic director Craig Henton said: “Adam was told by several other clinics that a hair transplant was his only option but that wasn’t true. His hair has come back to an excellent density and condition in just six months of regular laser therapy combined with medication.

“Low level laser therapy is proven to stimulate growth and promote the thickening of hair when used regularly as part of an ongoing medical plan. The treatment won’t work for a patient whose follicles have already died. But where follicles are found to still be alive, and Adam’s were, it can bring severely thinning hair back to a thick and full state.”

Additional Notes

MHR Clinic
MHR Clinic is a world-leading hair transplant clinic that offers advanced surgical procedures, medical treatments and supplementary therapies to achieve unparalleled, natural hair restoration results for men and women. It is owned by its CEO Craig Henton, Ryan Giggs OBE and Michael Vaughan OBE. Based in Knutsford, Cheshire – with a new clinic opening soon in the Harrogate area of North Yorkshire – its specialists have more than 40 years of combined clinical experience and expertise. Its bespoke hair renewal programmes pair breakthrough transplant procedures with measured amounts of low-level laser therapy, prescribed medication and herbal remedies. Its state-of-the-art clinics offer the latest hair assessment, transplant and growth technology in private, exclusive and relaxing surroundings. MHR Clinic’s comprehensive approach to total hair restoration ensures outstanding results that look natural, stay healthy and keep clients feeling young and confident.

Low Level Laser Therapy
Low level laser therapy is a safe, effective and affordable treatment proven to restore hair growth, enhance hair quality and alleviate medical conditions such as psoriasis, dermatitis and scalp scaling. Undertaken in cold laser light chairs, it delivers a light spectrum that boosts blood circulation and protein production in the scalp and keratin content in hair by up to 30 percent. Patients typically undergo a minimum of two 20-minute laser therapy sessions each month in conjunction with prescription medicines, supplementary therapies and surgical procedures where necessary.

Finasteride
Finasteride is a prescription medication for men suffering from mild to moderate hair loss. It reduces the effect of DHT (Dihydrotestosterone) on the scalp’s follicles, stimulating them to recover their normal growth cycle by arresting further hair loss and allowing the strengthening and thickening of every hair shaft. It has few if no side effects and works most efficiently when combined with low level laser and supplementary therapies.

Minoxidil
Minoxidil is prescribed in higher doses to men and women suffering mild to moderate hair loss. Applied topically as a lotion or foam, it widens the scalp’s blood vessels, allowing more oxygen, blood and nutrients to each hair follicle. It has few if no side effects, halts hair loss and stimulates strong regrowth in patients who use it indefinitely while combining it with low level laser and supplementary therapies.

Notes to Editors
PLEASE ENSURE PRINT REPRESENTATIONS OF THIS NEWS RELEASE CONTAIN SUITABLE REFERENCE TO MHR CLINIC. PLEASE ENSURE DIGITAL REPRESENTATIONS OF THIS NEWS RELEASE CONTAIN ‘DO-FOLLOW’ LINKS TO MHR CLINIC’S WEBSITE, www.mhrclinic.uk.

For additional quotes or an interview opportunity with MHR Clinic director Craig Henton, please contact Jonathan Stones on 07460 644844. For further information about MHR Clinic visit www.mhrclinic.uk.

July-2018

ENGLAND TEAM BARBER DANIEL JOHNSON TO OPEN FIRST SMP STUDIO AT MHR CLINIC

29-07-2018

  • Premier league hair stylist agreed deal with MHR Clinic after returning from World Cup
  • Grooming expert Johnson to open SMP studio AND training academy at MHR Clinic
  • MHR Clinic transformed ref Mark Clattenburg with a two day FUE hair transplant
  • Johnson to begin Scalp Micropigmentation work at MHR Clinic in Septembe

Three Lions hairdresser and leading scalp micropigmentation artist Daniel Johnson will open his first Scalp Micropigmentation studio at MHR Clinic to offer a range of combined hair treatments to clients. Celebrity barber Johnson, who travelled in tandem with the England team throughout Russia 2018 and has cut CL winner Gareth Bale, Man City forward Rihad Mahrez, Utd winger Anthony Martial and grime rapper Bugzy Malone’s hair among other stars, is also a world leading SMP expert and artist.

MHR Clinic –owned by Wales manager Giggs, his pal Craig Henton and England cricket hero Michael Vaughan – made the headlines earlier this year for transforming referee and football pundit Mark Clattenburg’s appearance with a two day FUE hair transplant procedure.

Daniel Johnson, who cut Raheem Sterling, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Ashley Young, Fabian Delph and Jamie Vardy’s hair as the England team progressed to the World Cup semis, will launch his scalp micropigmentation service and first male grooming training academy at MHR Clinic in September.

MHR Clinic offers medical and surgical remedies for hair loss in the privacy of the Tatton Estate near Knutsford in Cheshire. High profile personalities regularly use the clinic to boost the condition of their hair under iiia class low level laser lights.

MHR Clinic CEO Craig Henton opted to bring Johnson’s services to MHR Clinic. He said: “Discussions went on hold while Daniel travelled with the team. But we were always confident we would come to an agreement after his trip to Russia.

“Daniel is a world class scalp micropigmentation specialist who can now offer complementary services to ours through MHR Clinic. Scalp micropigmentation can improve the appearance of surgical and medical hair restoration. Daniel is the best at doing it.

“His name and appeal in the male grooming world will also strengthen MHR Clinic in that marketplace. We are pleased to have him at our clinic.”

Celebrity male grooming expert Daniel Johnson, who announced the deal to his 115K Instagram followers last week, said: “I’m excited to align my male grooming brand with MHR Clinic. Scalp micropigmentation plays a role in the hair restoration service it offers. The privacy of the clinic’s location on the Tatton Estate is paramount for my business, which serves high profile sports stars and celebrities. “There’s been a big shift in perception from remedy to luxury around hair restoration and the success of both these businesses proves it. Men are learning that hair restoration services, including FUE transplants, medical treatments and SMP techniques, are part of modern day male grooming. Men now want real artistry in their hair and my DJ brand and MHR Clinic both offer that.”

Ryan Giggs, who plans to expand MHR Clinic with his partners, said: “The two businesses are well aligned. They have complementary services, standards and ambition.”

Additional Notes

MHR Clinic

MHR Clinic is a world-leading hair transplant clinic that offers advanced surgical procedures, medical treatments and supplementary therapies to achieve unparalleled, natural hair restoration results for men and women. It is owned by Craig Henton, Ryan Giggs OBE and Michael Vaughan OBE. Based in Knutsford, Cheshire – with a new clinic opening soon in the Harrogate area of North Yorkshire – its specialists have more than 40 years of combined clinical experience and expertise. Its bespoke hair renewal programmes pair breakthrough transplant procedures with measured amounts of low level laser therapy, prescribed medication and herbal remedies. Its state-of-the-art clinics offer the latest hair assessment, transplant and growth technology in private, exclusive and relaxing surroundings. MHR Clinic’s comprehensive approach to total hair restoration ensures outstanding results that look natural, stay healthy and keep clients feeling young and confident.

Daniel Johnson

Daniel Johnson is an award-winning barber, male grooming artist and leading UK Scalp Micro Pigmentation specialist. Sought out by celebrities, sports personalities and royalty, his DJ brand comprises his work as a fragrance entrepreneur. Daniel was one of three barbers to travel in tandem with the 2018 England football team during their recent world cup campaign. While touring Russia alongside Gareth Southgate’s squad he was charged with cutting the players’ hair between all of their eight matches in the tournament. His barbering skills have been the choice of leading footballers and music artists since he first cut winger Ashley Young’s hair as a fast-learning barber 14 years ago. He most frequently cuts hair for players at Man Utd, Manchester City, Arsenal, West Ham and Southampton football clubs. He has been a scalp micropigmentation for more than a decade.

Scalp Micropigmentation

Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) is a highly advanced cosmetic procedure that uses pigmentation to simulate the effect of tightly cropped hair on the scalp. While similar to traditional tattooing, Scalp Micropigmentation involves the use of specialized clinic equipment and techniques to inject pigment into the scalp. SMP is an extremely intricate procedure that is used as an alternative or complementary service for patients considering surgical and medical hair restoration procedures. Treatments are tailored to skin colour and type.

Low Level Laser Therapy

Low level laser therapy is a safe, effective and affordable treatment proven to restore hair growth, enhance hair quality and alleviate medical conditions such as psoriasis, dermatitis and scalp scaling. Undertaken in cold laser light chairs, it delivers a light spectrum that boosts blood circulation and protein production in the scalp and keratin content in hair by up to 30 percent. Patients typically undergo a minimum of two 20-minute laser therapy sessions each month in conjunction with prescription medicines, supplementary therapies and surgical procedures where necessary.

Notes to Editors

WHERE POSSIBLE PLEASE ENSURE DIGITAL REPRESENTATIONS OF THIS NEWS RELEASE CONTAIN ‘DO FOLLOW’ LINKS TO MHR CLINIC’S WEBSITE, www.mhrclinic.uk. For additional quotes, or an interview opportunity with MHR Clinic CEO Craig Henton please contact Jonathan Stones on 07460 644844. For further information about MHR Clinic visit www.mhrclinic.uk.

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