Whether it is keeping active, eating well or losing weight, we are here to help you make those changes for better health.
Links to resources and organisations that can help you can be found below.
Here you can find resources and links to help you manage your health and stay well.
If you need any further help or guidance, call the surgery and ask to speak to the practice nurse.
Many long term health problem can’t be cured but can be controlled by medication or other lifestyle measures.
Understanding, monitoring and self care can make a significant difference to your long term wellbeing and risks
Keeping active, eating well and good weight management are key to a healthy lifestyle, along with cutting out smoking and reducing your alcohol intake.
Click on the pictures for quick links to services or
go to the Wandsworth Wellbeing Hub for more information on local services.
Musculoskeletal problems cover a range of conditions include injuries and disease of bones, joints and muscles. Although usually not life threatening, these conditions can severely impact with pain and can affect your quality of life. Here are some resources to help you manage your problems and find help and referrals:
Physiotherapy provide advice and tailored exercise programmes. For many injuries and worsening joint symptoms, we can now refer directly to the First Contact Physio.
There is no need to book an appointment with the GP.
Just let the receptionist know the nature of your joint pain or injury and they can book you an assessment appointment.
Versus Arthritis is a charity dedicated to supporting patient with arthritis.
Arthritis covers a range of conditions which include:
- Inflammatory conditions e.g. rheumatoid arthritis, gout and spondyloarthropathy
Find out about the various forms of arthritis, how to care for your joints, exercises and treatments.
Chronic (or persistent) pain is used to describe pain which lasts longer than the usual healing time after an illness or injury.
The Pain Toolkit has workshops and resources to help you manage chronic pain, reduce the need for regular painkillers and get you more active.
Or talk to your doctor or nurse about referral to the Pain Management Programme