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Warmdene SurgeryTel: 01273 508811
Branch surgery at DenewayTel: 01273 508811
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Click here for patient information leaflet.
Diabetes - the basics:
Click here for information on what diabetes is?
Your guide to diabetic eye screening:
Click link here for patient information leaflet.
Diabetic eye screening:
An easy-read guide is available here.
Healthy Living for People with Type 2 Diabetes:
A new digital education programme is available for people living with Type 2 Diabetes. This is available for people aged over 18, live in England, carers of people living with Type 2 Diabetes, newly diagnosed and those that have been living with diabetes for several years. You must have an email address and internet access to be able to access this. For more information or to register please click here.
Brighton and Hove City Council and the Clinical Commissioning Group are conducting a needs assessment of people living with more than one physical or mental health condition.
To complete the survey please go to: https://www.research.net/r/Adult_with_MLTC_public_survey
If we ask you to use a blood pressure recording machine at home for one week, you will need to record the readings each day on our form. At the end of the week you will need to send in the form to the surgery via email/ post or if needed via reception desk. There are 2 forms one to use if you do NOT have known hypertension (high blood pressure) and one to use if you have KNOWN hypertension.
A copy of the form may be provided in paper at the surgery (in the consultation or via reception) or is also available here on the website. If emailing a copy please complete the form electronically if possible rather than scanning a paper form as it is quicker to process and easier to read saving our staff time.
If you would like to purchase your own machine, there are a variety of low cost options available. For more information click here.
For more information on how to take your blood pressure accurately at home and choose the correct machine and cuff size please the British Heart Foundation website, by clicking here.
For more information on home blood pressure monitoring please click here.
No Hypertension Diagnosis
Need to see someone about bone, joint or muscle problems? Starting in July 2020 we have a Specialist Physiotherapist based here at Warmdene Surgery on a Friday afternoon.
They will be able to assess you, investigate your condition, give advice and exercises, and refer you on to other services if needed.
For more information please speak to reception.
MSK assist is a free-of-charge service that offers patients access to helpful advice, exercises and tools to best manage a range of common Musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions.
How it works:
Visit the website by clicking this link https://mskassist.com/patient-webplugin/
Then follow the 3 stage journey to access useful advice,
The Role of First Contact physiotherapists (FCP's) in primary care is to assess patients with soft tissue, muscle and joint pain and support patients to decide on the most appropriate management pathway. You do not need to see your GP first as the FCPs are expert in the assessment of these conditions and are able to request investigations such as xrays and blood tests if it is required. FCP's are physiotherapists with expertise in the assessment and management of Musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions. They may also be known as an Advanced Practice Physiotherapist (APP) or MSK practitioners.
Contact our practice on phone number to book an initial telephone appointment.
3.Sussex MSK Partnership
You can now self-refer to physiotherapy services through Sussex MSK Partnership.
Click here https://www.sussexmskpartnershipcentral.co.uk/what-is-musculoskeletal-msk/ for further information on the physiotherapy service and advice on common musculoskeletal conditions (such as tennis elbow or low back pain) OR if you would like to self-refer please click the following link https://sussexmskpartnershipcentral.co.uk/self-referral/