All of our surgeries have a Travel Clinic and can offer travel health advice and vaccinations.
Some countries have a legal requirement that you provide a certificate to show you have received immunisations against certain diseases such as yellow fever. Malaria risk will also be assessed and medication prescribed if required.
We advise that you contact the surgery at least 8 weeks in advance of your trip with completed Travel Risk Assessment Form. You can also pick this form up from any of the surgeries. After you have filled out the form, please contact the surgery and you will be booked into a 30 minute consultation with the nurse to go through the travel form, discuss if any vaccines are required and give any advice you may need.
Vaccinations can be given at this initial consultation but some vaccinations require a course of injections so we would advise you contact the surgery as soon as your trip has been arranged to allow time for this. All travel vaccinations have to be paid for at the time they are given and most health insurance policies do not cover this.
Please click on this link for further information of travel health and vaccinations.
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Osteopathy consultation (30 minutes)
Osteo home visit
Physiotherapy Initial extended consultation (45 minutes)
Physiotherapy follow up (30 minutes)
Physiotherapy home visit
Specialist Sports medicine doctor initial consultation (36minutes)
Specialist Sports Medicine Doctor follow up (24 minutes)
Ultrasound – Long diagnostic
Ultrasound – Short diagnostic
Ultrasound guided injection
Soft tissue injection
High volume image guided injection
£110 each treatment (course of 3 recommended)