The only Midlands based cryotherapy clinic, Active Clinic - based on Birmingham’s Hagley Road - recently celebrated 5 successful years of business with a lavish party which included VIP guests, celebrities and sports stars such as, Lord Mayor of Birmingham Councillor Muhammad Afzal, Love Island’s Idris Virgo, BBC Radio Presenter/Actor Noreen Khan, BBC Radio London duo Sunny & Shay, Brummie Take Me Out TV Personality Kirsty Lo, former kickboxing world champion Wayne Turner and international female rugby star Heather Fisher.


Guest were treated to an initial reception at Active Clinic’s HQ in Edgbaston where Lord Mayor of Birmingham Councillor Muhammad Afzal officially launched the new hyperbaric oxygen therapy chamber treatment room. Celebrations then continued next door in the Eaton Hotel with live fire dancing acts, a complementary bar serving an array of refreshing mocktails and delicious vegan food canapes. The evening was eventually finished off with a live DJ performance that had guests dancing throughout the evening.

Lord Mayor of Birmingham Councillor Muhammad Afzal said: “I was really excited when I read the invitation from Active Clinic as I genuinely wanted to discover more about the Cryotherapy and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy and how this will help the Birmingham community. I will most definitely be returning as a patient to try these treatments


Co-Director at Active Clinic, Tammy Takkar, said: “We’re very grateful to everyone who attended our 5th anniversary party and it was an extremely proud moment to have our new hyperbaric oxygen therapy chamber treatment room officially launched by the Lord Mayor.  The past 5 years has been an absolute ride, I’ve gone from starting the business in a room in my house to being the only Midlands based Cryotherapy Clinic, and I love what I do.”

Hilal Mehdi Co-Director at Active Clinic commented: “I am really proud of my Active Team for their relentless hard work and contribution to the business. I am also grateful to all our clients for trusting our services and supporting us, we wouldn't be here without them.”