The Heeler Centre Clinic
Osteopathy specialist Paul Heeler founded The Heeler Centre in 1997. Paul set out to create a natural health clinic dedicated to helping patients maintain a healthy life, in a calm and relaxing environment. This recognition of outstanding patient care, with emphasis on the unique needs of individuals, is as important today.
The clinic is a natural health centre of excellence for the local community of Hassocks & Burgesshill and beyond. Our bright and modern state-of–the-art facilities are right next door to Hassocks mainline railway station which has regular services between Brighton, Haywards Heath, East Croydon, Clapham Junction, London Bridge and London Victoria.
We have ample parking here at the clinic with two spaces at the front of the building marked private and spaces at the rear of the building. We also have full access for disabled patients.
The Heeler Centre is open:
- Monday to Friday 8.00 to 20.00
- Saturday 9.00 to 12.30
Appointments outside these times by prior arrangement.
Located close to the A23, 7 miles north of Brighton, with its own car park, the clinic is readily accessible for patients in Hassocks, Hurstpierpoint, Haywards Heath, Burgess Hill, Ditchling, Henfield, Brighton and Crawley. The clinic is just yards from Hassocks railway station on the London Bridge / London Victoria / Brighton line. The centre’s location makes it a convenient alternative to London and Brighton based clinics.
The Heeler Centre provides patients with a safe and secure environment in which to receive their treatment. The clinic and staff will respect patient's privacy and confidentiality at all times. We will only collect, retain and use patient’s personal information for defined purposes. For example, to process treatment and to keep patients informed and up-to-date with products, services, news, events and offers from The Heeler Centre.
If therapists consider it necessary to write or refer to the patient's doctor, this will only happen with the express permission of the patient or their guardian.