Due to a significant number of absence due to sickness with both clinical and non clinical staff, we are experiencing a serious short staffing problem which will require us to offer only urgent medical services. The non effected staff are working above and beyond to help ease the situation. Many have given up their holidays
Dystonia is a neurological movement disorder. It presents with uncontrollable and sometimes painful muscle spasms triggered by incorrect signals from the brain. It is the 3rd most common movement disorder behind Parkinson’s and essential tremor. Dystonia can affect any region of the body including the eyelids, face, jaw, vocal cords, torso, limbs, hands, and feet. It presents differently depending on the region of the body affected and each type has its own clinical name.
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Living with Arthritis
The word “arthritis” means ‘inflammation in the joints’. Inflammation is a difficult thing to imagine and describe, but it is part of the body’s normal healing process, just like the healing of a cut or a bruise. Inflammation can be thought of as being like a bruise with swelling on the inside of the joints, and this can cause pain and stiffness. Please visit the Arthritis Action website to find lots of helpful self care resources to help you manage this condition.
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Managing your bone, joint or muscle pain can be difficult. However there are many services and self care support that is available to you. Please visit the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, to find out how you can manage better your type of MSK pain.
First Contact Practitioner (FCP) Physiotherapy Service
If you are suffering from joint, bone or muscle problem you can ask our reception staff to book you an appointment to initially speak with a physiotherapist, who can then book you an actual appointment if required.
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Physiotherapy helps to restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury, illness or disability. It can also help to reduce your risk of injury or illness in the future. It takes a holistic approach that involves the patient directly in their own care.