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FLU JAB - OVER 65'S - CLINIC DATE 12TH OCT 19

FLU JAB - AT RISK GROUP'S - CLINIC DATE 19TH OCT 19 - ASK AT RECEPTION TO BOOK AN APPOINTMENT

Our Practice recently received Positive Feedback from a patient with regards to the service we have provided  -

My wife and I have used the telephone consultation service recently and both think it is very effective. Setting up the consultations with reception was extremely easy, the return calls were in a very short timescale and the issues were positively dealt with - two onward referrals for appropriate advice or investigation and one same day face to face consultation.

Date: 09/08/19

Physiotherapy

Direct Access Physio

Strains and Sprains, 

                        Muscle or Joint Pains,

                                                        Stiffness?

You could see a Physiotherapist rather than your GP.

The Physiotherapist can assess you and give you some advice on how to manage your problem or refer you for more formal physiotherapy treatment if required.

Conditions a Physiotherapist could help you with:

Back or neck pain                                       Shoulder Pain

Sprains and Strains                                    Osteoarthritis

  Whiplash                                                    Sports injuries

                          Sprained ankles/knees                              Trapped nerves                                           

Appointments are available at Neston Medical Centre, Willaston Surgery and Neston Surgery.  Please enquire at reception or call the practice on 0151 336 4121 to discuss booking your appointment.  The receptionist may need a brief description of your problem to see if the appointment is suitable for you.

 

Physiotherapy - useful link

http://www.cwp.nhs.uk/services-and-locations/services/physiotherapy-musculoskeletal-or-msk



 
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