Introducing the Curian Hub

It has been one year since Curian Medical moved to our offices in Riley Street, Willenhall and what a year it has been!

We have settled in nicely, the offices look fantastic and we are pleased to introduce the Curian Hub. We provide both serviced and self-managed office spaces, ranging in size that are available immediately. Ideally situated within five minutes of Junction 10 of the M6, the Curian Hub serviced offices are the perfect location for any business.  Whether in need of an office as your permanent HQ, or somewhere to hold a one-off meeting or brainstorming session, make us your first choice.

There is a reception on the entrance to the building to meet and greet clients/visitors and a meeting room that can be hired by the hour or by the day. The building is situated in the heart of Willenhall close to local amenities and the town centre.

Why not give us a call to hear of the options we have available to support you and your business or arrange a viewing on 0121 809 1010 or drop us an email with your enquiry to

We look forward to welcoming you to the Curian Hub – Take a look at our meeting rooms

Curian Medical – Continuing to support with rehabilitation of your clients

We are delighted to be able to continue to support your clients with their rehabilitation needs as further clinics open up and appointment availability increases.

We are contactable via our office number 0121 809 1010 or email


15th June – 21st June 2020

It’s men’s health week and a timely reminder to reach out to the men in your life to start the conversation on #mentalhealth


We would like to say a big thank you to members of our Curative Team who volunteer at our local primary school to support children with reading. We have missed visiting during the last few weeks but look forward to reading again with the children just as soon as we are able to do so safely.

Mental Health Awareness Week

Mental Health Awareness Week starts today and the theme this year is kindness. Be kind to others – after all it is free to give but priceless to receive!

#MentalHealthAwarenessWeek #Kindness

Continuing to deliver timely rehabilitation

Here at Curian Medical we continue to have our team working remotely and safely to co-ordinate timely rehabilitation for our clients and their patients.

We remain contactable via email or telephone to assist you between 9.00 am to 5.00 p.m, Monday to Friday. 

As well as continuing with offering diagnostic imaging appointments where it is safe to do so, to prevent any delay to treatment we also continue to make available remote psychotherapy and physiotherapy services.

Stress Awareness Month

Tip 8 – Enjoy time with your pet

Multiple studies indicate that pets are powerful forms of stress relief, lowering not only blood pressure but also stress hormones, which is associated with depression and anxiety, and elevating beneficial ones linked to happiness and relaxation.

Touch and movement are two healthy ways to quickly manage stress. Stroking a dog, cat, or other animal can lower blood pressure and help you quickly feel calmer and less stressed.

Curian announce expansion to diagnostic imaging network

We are delighted to provide some positive news this Friday by announcing that we have added a further 20 nationwide MRI sites, that currently have availability, to our diagnostic imaging network.

Curian Medical are one of the leading providers of diagnostic imaging to the personal injury sector. With our extensive network of venues offering the modern imaging techniques we are the perfect rehabilitation partner to the medico legal sector.

We offer competitive fixed fees across our portfolio of rehabilitation treatments and our ever increasing network ensures that patients do not travel far.

Curian Medical continue to be committed to facilitating rehabilitation for your clients where it continues to be safe to do so. #personalinjury #imaging #MRI #CT #Xray #Ultrasound #radiology

Stress Awareness Month

Tip 7 – Ask for help

When asking for help there are lots of options of support to choose from and different things work for different people at different times.  We’ve all heard of the saying “a problem shared is a problem halved” – If you are troubled by something, don’t supress it, instead speak to someone.  Some of the help available includes;

  • Visiting your GP – Your doctor is there to help with your mental health as well as physical health
  • Workplace support – Some organisations offer their employees access to talking therapies, mental health first aiders and Employee Assistance Programmes (EAP)
  • Counsellors/psychotherapists – Trained therapists and counsellors can offer a range of different therapies and these are available through the NHS or privately
  • Charities – There are a number of different charities which offer support via helplines and listening services
  • Student Services – Higher education establishments usually have a student wellbeing centre that offers support to its students
  • Your family or friends may be able to offer practical help or a listening ear

Importantly remember, you are not alone and you deserve support.

Curian Minds does not provide a Critical Crisis Response service. If you have urgent mental health needs or are in a crisis please contact your GP, GP out of hours service, NHS 111 or The Samaritans on 116 123 (UK & ROI) in the first instance.

Stress Awareness Month

Tip 6 – Get adequate sleep

Too much stress can cause you to have a bad sleep, leading to mental and physical health issues which can, in turn, cause stress in daily life, leading to poor sleep at night.

There are however a number of things you can try in order to get adequate sleep.  Remember, you might need to try a few different things before you find what works for you;

  • Establish a routine – try going to bed and getting up at roughly the same time each day to create a sleep pattern
  • Relax – try to do something relaxing, such as listening to calming music or take a bath
  • Sleep in a comfortable environment – you may want to experiment with the temperature, light and noise levels to work out what works best for you
  • Try to resolve stresses and worries – some people find meditation or writing down their feelings in a notebook before they settle down for bed really helps
  • Go tech free  – try to give yourself some tech-free time an hour or so before bed, to help yourself prepare for sleep
  • Food, drink and exercise – doing regular physical activity can help with sleep.  Whilst caffeine, alcohol and sugary foods may give short-term help they can all disturb your sleep patterns
  • Medication and physical pain – some medications and physical pain may affect your sleep, if you think this may be the case visit your GP.

Sleep allows our bodies to repair themselves and our brains to consolidate our memories and process information.  Most of us need around 8 hours of good-quality sleep a night to function properly – but some need more and some less. What matters is that you find out how much sleep you need and then try to achieve it.