How to Spoil your Dad this Father's Day

Does the Dad in your life deserve being spoiled this Father’s day? - its coming up fast (16th June -UK). If you’re looking for something a bit different from the usual card and a day off, then here are a few ideas on how to make your Dad feel special this Father’s Day.

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How do you show the special man in your life that you care…?

You can do a lot better than breakfast in bed and a pair of socks & slippers!! What about instead - ‘THE GIFT OF GOOD HEALTH?’

  1. Pamper him with an Amazing Massage?

    Just because it’s Father’s Day, don’t make the mistake of thinking that the day has to be action-packed. Many dads enjoy being pampering just as much as mum’s. Massages here at The Physio & Sports Injury Clinic can be tailored specifically to that fabulous chaps needs, whether it is chilled out/therapeutic style or more deep tissue/sports style- to get into those niggles, which they’ve been moaning about for months?


Our gift vouchers can be ordered directly online (e-voucher) or bought in-house at the clinic reception. You can purchase our vouchers for any of our services & made out to any custom value:

If you are unsure about what voucher to order and would like to speak to us first Tel. 01492 545 291.

2. Give out a No-Chores pass!

The original point of Father’s Day was to give dad’s a day off from household chores, but in the busy world we live, this often doesn’t happen. Make a pledge to give your dad a ‘free pass’ from the chores so he can truly unwind for the day.

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3. Get outside

Enjoying the great outdoors has been scientifically proven to be one of the best ways to boost your mood and secondly it brings the whole family together. So why not make Father’s Day an opportunity to get outside and explore the area - whether that’s a leisurely walk along the prom here in Rhos on Sea or taking on mighty Mount Snowdon! Get out of the house, get some fresh air and enjoy beautiful North Wales with the people you love!

Thanks for reading. 

Oliver - Chartered Physiotherapist.


01492 545 291