A chiropractor, who took up the profession after being inspired by a well-known Sudbury doctor, believes he would be thrilled by her move to new premises.
Pippa Lane decided to take up the profession after visiting Dr Anthony Corrigan at his chiropractic clinic in King Street, Sudbury, following a horse riding accident.
She subsequently took over Dr Corrigan’s clinic and has recently moved the business to Gainsborough Street, to allow it to expand and offer more treatments.
“Dr Corrigan personally requested that I take over the practice, which I did with my husband Marcus three years ago,” said Dr Lane, 37, from Cavendish.
“I was very keen to continue his ethical approach to get patients pain-free as soon as possible.”
Dr Corrigan died in 2010, with the business moving to its new premises in June last year. An official opening ceremony with Sudbury mayor Adrian Osborne was held last Thursday.
The practice, PHD Chiropractics, has a massage room, rehabilitation room and yoga studio. It also offers a range of treatments and classes.
Dr Lane said she believed Dr Corrigan would approve of how the business had grown.
“I think he would be thrilled,” she said. “He would have done everything I have done given the opportunity.”