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The Consultation: It's All About YOU!

We all lead busy lives. Sometimes, while we juggle work commentments and life in general, it's easy to put things on a back-burner - and this can include our health.

There are times when aches and pains and annoying niggles will come and go and resolve themselves of their own accord, but sometimes they don't.

I often see patients who've struggled with symptoms for months on end - unsure whether the problem will sort itself out, or get gradually worse - and over time this can start to affect your daily life; waking you up at night or stopping you from doing the activities you love. This is particularly true of musculoskeletal symptoms, which can initially present as a troublesome niggle and gradually worsen as the months pass. It often pays to seek expert advice - even if it's just for a second opinion and peace of mind - a google search for advice is certainly no substitute for a one-to-one consultation with an expert Clinician.

The consultation room can sometimes seem a daunting prospect - but often, many conditions can be treated non-operatively - and the first step in getting treatment is a diagnosis.

During the consultation, I'll carry out a detailed medical history and examination and from there we will discuss the options available and any further tests or treatments that may be necessary.

I think it's very important that patients know exactly what we've discussed and what a potential plan of action will be - you'll get a copy of your clinic note sent to you within a few days (usually quicker by email!) and naturally, I'm always happy to answer any questions you might have forgotten to ask, or thought of since our consultation.

If you have any questions about the appointments process, please get in touch. For more information, please click here

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